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Beginning last July, a coalition of Cambridge Christian churches and ministries took a dedicated leap of faith. The group joined forces, seeking the best way to offer practical help and hope to … more
ANNAPOLIS - The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) will begin a paving project Monday, June 27, along MD 341 (Race Street) and MD 343 (Washington Street) in … more
The Fourth of July fireworks in Cambridge will be held July 4, 9-10 p.m. Celebrate Independence Day on the Cambridge waterfront with fireworks over the Choptank River on Monday, July 4. Two of the … more
CAMBRIDGE – A favorite spot among locals and visitors could soon be open again for fishing, photography and leisurely strolls. The Bill Burton State Park’s fishing piers were closed by … more
As director of the nonprofit Cambridge Waterfront Development Inc., Matt Leonard considers himself a partner with an adopted community he's come to treasure.  "My wife and I moved to … more
ANNAPOLIS - On June 11, we cut the ribbon for the Salisbury Animal Health Laboratory, celebrating the opening of the new facility. The updated facility, which replaces the original lab built in … more
Fifty years ago, Hurricane Agnes devastated the Mid-Atlantic states, causing unprecedented death and damage. Dorchester County was not untouched by the storm, and the effects are still being felt on … more
The Cambridge Empowerment Center, which opened in 2003, is justifiably proud of its service to the community in the heart of the Pine Street historic district. But new Executive Director Andrew … more
CAMBRIDGE – Two Cambridge men were arrested on multiple charges June 15 following a chase. A deputy on patrol on Rt. 16 near the intersection of Rt. 392 observed a small black vehicle … more
CAMBRIDGE – Artist Miriam Moran and a group of volunteers took their social activism to the streets Saturday, as they retouched the Black Lives Matter mural in the 400 block of Race … more
ANNAPOLIS - The Maryland Department of the Environment has closed McKeil Point bermed infiltration pond No. 1. After multiple inspections, MDE has determined that the BIP identified as McKeil Point … more
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan joined local leaders and representatives of Boys & Girls Clubs to break ground last Friday on what will become Mace’s Lane Community Center and Edythe M. Jolley … more
Everyone is invited to celebrate Juneteenth on Race and Pine streets this Saturday, June 18. Two downtown murals will provide scenic and meaningful backdrops to Juneteenth community celebrations, … more
BALTIMORE – A federal jury on June 8 convicted Andre Ricardo Briscoe, aka “Poo,” age 38, of Baltimore and Cambridge, on federal drug distribution charges, use of a firearm to commit … more
CAMBRIDGE - Groove City Black Heritage & Culture Group is partnering with T.E.A.M (Together Everyone Achieves More) Inc. to enhance programs and provide resources to help youth and families in … more
EAST NEW MARKET – A 24-year-old man is in custody following a lengthy chase in North Dorchester. On May 31, a deputy from the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area … more
ANNAPOLIS - The Accountability and Implementation Board for the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future is creating four advisory committees to be made up of a wide diversity of voices from across the … more
CAMBRIDGE - On May 27 at approximately 5:40 p.m., Cambridge Police officers responded to the 500 block of Poplar Street in reference to a gunshot victim who had arrived there by car. Upon arrival, … more
On Saturday, I had the honor of speaking at a ceremony unveiling the new historic marker for suffragists Mary Bartlett Dixon and Mary Jenkins in Easton. Specifically, I spoke on many of the … more
Since its creation in the 1930s, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge near Cambridge has been a must-see destination for viewing breathtaking flora and fauna.  Now, in addition to marsh and … more
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