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At a Cambridge waterfront stakeholders meeting in the City Council Chambers on March 22, City Manager Tom Carroll began by saying: “There’s this confluence of several issues that I think … more
On St. Patrick's Day, kids at the Boys and Girls Club at Leonards Lane were busy making slime in shades of festive green. But it was definitely a red letter day, with both of Maryland's U.S. … more
“We’re excited to start working on this project,” landscape architect Shelley Rentsch told the handful of people who gathered at the Cambridge City Council Chambers on the evening … more
Jenkins appointed advocate Leaders at the Cambridge Police Department last week announced the appointment of Montre Jenkins as the first civilian/citizen advocate. A statement from the CPD said, … more
CAMBRIDGE - Dorchester County and The City of Cambridge are jointly hosting a community listening session to receive input on a proposal to combine the Ironman Maryland and Eagleman events into an … more
CAMBRIDGE - The city of Cambridge is inviting the public to join a meeting to discuss issues regarding the city’s marina and the shoreline resilience plans at 4 p.m. March 22. The meeting will … more
CAMBRIDGE – In the early hours of March 3, a 22-year-old Cambridge man was shot and killed. At approximately 12:08 a.m., Cambridge Police Department officers were alerted to two “Shot … more
Victoria Jackson-Stanley has never been one to dwell on how she made history as the first female and first African American mayor of Cambridge, winning re-election three times, and earning the city's … more
CAMBRIDGE – To celebrate Harriet Tubman Day, the new Beacon of Hope sculpture will be the scene for music, stories and reminiscences that connect, inspire and engage. The program, sponsored … more
The Cambridge City Council met in a special work session earlier this month to discuss the problem of their two commissioners who no longer live in the wards they were elected to serve. Ward 1 … more
“It’s been a long time coming.” That was a common refrain among a small crowd of community leaders and other interested citizens who squeezed onto a piece of sidewalk in front of … more
CAMBRIDGE – Police are seeking a 31-year-old Cambridge man after a vehicle pursuit led to the seizure of multiple firearms and crack cocaine. On Feb. 14, at approximately 10:46 a.m., a … more
Like countless others from Cambridge, Dion Banks headed out right after high school. The military took him to Kentucky, then Kuwait. Later, a random dart thrown at a map had him heading for … more
CAMBRIDGE - The city of Cambridge, in partnership with Alpha Genesis CDC, has invited interested members of the public to attend an inclusive listening session on Feb. 16 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Art Bar … more
CAMBRIDGE – On Feb. 7, at approximately 8:11 p.m. there was a “Shot Spotter” alert that was outside of the reportable boundary area within the city of Cambridge. The alert was for a … more
Cambridge Waterfront Development has announced completion of the demolition phase at the development known as Cambridge Harbor. It included the removal of the Dorchester General Hospital building … more
Maryland’s 10 retail and seven mobile sportsbooks combined for $441,481,779 in handle and generated $2,114,613 in contributions to the state during January, a news release said Friday. more
Ask WHCP's "Smooth Operator" Kirk Major when his knack for being a DJ began, and he can't tell you the exact day, time or year. The overwhelming urge to “groove” has always been with … more
EASTON – University of Maryland Shore Emergency Center at Cambridge has named Luke Whalen, MD, as medical director. Dr. Whalen has served UM Shore Regional Health as an emergency medicine … more
“It’s an architectural gem,” Cambridge City Manager Tom Carroll said of the historic City Hall at 307 Gay St. “It’s in the center of our central business district. It is … more
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