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CAMBRIDGE – If Dorchester County had a Boat Builders Hall of Fame, Neck District natives Captain Jim Richardson and Harold Ruark could have been picked. These local legends’ legacies … more
The case of critically missing Tiyavauna Britt has been linked to the Cambridge area and a Cambridge man has been charged with kidnapping, first and second-degree assault, and multiple misdemeanor charges. more
Freedom fighter Harriet Tubman was born and raised in Dorchester County, Maryland, so Cambridge has become a hub for her legacy. more
Battling childhood poverty is not a new idea. It is a familiar topic of concern for the seventy plus community members and local officials gathered to hear Gov. Wes Moore at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Intergenerational Center Monday, February 12. But Moore’s fresh approach in his proposed ENOUGH Act got their attention and some support. more
From the start of his journey May 4, 1996, Tony Cohen was struck by the enormity of it. After extensive research on the Underground Railroad, he began a trek to follow it, starting in Sandy Spring. more
CAMBRIDGE — One day wasn’t enough to officially welcome downtown’s second Harriet Tubman mural. The two-day event drew delighted visitors to Cambridge from New York, Delaware, … more
Looking back, it almost seems that Araminta Ross had been unconsciously training her entire youth, absorbing the skills tapped into by her future self, freedom seeker Harriet Tubman. more
As Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI) advances its mission to develop Cambridge Harbor, we plan to keep the public informed on our progress and what you can look forward to in the coming … more
WASHINGTON – On Friday, U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin (both D-Md.) announced $1,612,926 to bolster flooding mitigation efforts in Cambridge. The federal funds, provided through … more
Harriet Tubman is a monumental figure on the Eastern Shore, born and raised in Dorchester County and going on to conquer so much for the country. more
HANOVER – The Maryland Department of Transportation congratulates 17 counties and municipalities in Maryland for their selection to receive more than $28 million in Fiscal Year 2023 Safe … more
CAMBRIDGE — A recently erected locked security fence gate, blocking foot entry to the Choptank River Lighthouse and adjacent docks at Long Wharf, dominated public comment prior at Cambridge … more
By Craig Anderson Salisbury Independent SALISBURY — A gathering to honor abolitionist Harriet Tubman’s legacy was time to acknowledge a hero and profess hope for the future as well. In a … more
CAMBRIDGE – Deputy state fire marshals have arrested a 31-year-old Cambridge man for arson and numerous other charges stemming from an arson fire on Sept. 23 at 406 Muir St.  An … more
CAMBRIDGE – The Cambridge Ice & Oyster Fest returns to dazzle downtown this weekend, Friday, 4-9 p.m., and Saturday, noon to 8 p.m. (with a possible rain day Sunday, should the need arise). … more
CAMBRIDGE – A 19-year-old man is being held in connection with a shooting and escape last summer. On Aug. 1, at approximately 5:39 p.m., Cambridge Police Department officers responded to … more
CROWNSVILLE – The Maryland Department of Planning announced last week that the Maryland Historical Trust has awarded 10 projects totaling more than $20 million in historic … more
When this year’s 74th Christmas Parade gets underway in downtown Cambridge on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 5 p.m., eager crowds will line the streets to celebrate festive floats, spirited marching … more
CAMBRIDGE – Groove City Black Heritage and Culture Group last week announced its Fourth Annual Christmas on Pine event on Dec. 9 from 1-7 p.m. The event will take place on the 600 … more
The board of the Pine Street Committee, also known as the Cambridge Empowerment Center, has appointed Sharon Chester as its new part-time executive director. Chester grew up in Cambridge and … more
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