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Every seat at Chesapeake Grove Intergenerational Center was filled by 6 p.m. Thursday, April 18. An estimated one hundred sixty-nine people attended in person with more watching via live stream to hear from the governing board of Cambridge Harbor. more
The governing body of the Cambridge Harbor development, which has come under fire in recent weeks following the resignation of City Manager Tom Carroll, has posted two streaming links to its community update meeting Wednesday. more
Cambridge Mayor Steve Rideout took steps to assert city oversight into Cambridge Harbor activities with the introduction of amended articles of incorporation for Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc. (CWDI). Under the revisions, the Mayor of Cambridge would be designated as the nonprofit CWDI’s sole member. more
City Council’s April 8 agenda covered a wide range, from youth opportunities, to the City Manager search, the High/Washington Sts. corner rezoning, crucial sewer overflow work, street paving, committee volunteer openings, and kudos for cost cutting lighting measures and other staff initiatives. more
CAMBRIDGE – With spring now in full swing, road work can resume and the city announced Friday a tentative schedule for road resurfacing in April. This year, the annual paving project will … more
Land banking, taxes, schools, police death benefits, CWDI, and stop signs versus traffic signals were all discussed during the Cambridge City Council meeting March 25. more
CAMBRIDGE -- The Dorchester County Council meeting room was overflowing Tuesday as the public had a chance to comment on eight recommended charter changes. more
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s blue crab season officially opens April 1 in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries and the Atlantic Ocean and coastal bays. With the opening of a new … more
CAMBRIDGE -- Almost two years after becoming Cambridge City Manager in April 2022, Tom Carroll submitted his resignation due to differences over the direction of the Cambridge Harbor waterfront development project. more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last week, U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen, a member of the Appropriations Committee, and Ben Cardin (both D-Md.) announced $32,537,200 in direct federal funding for … more
Dorchester County, one of nine Maryland counties operating under Charter Home Rule, may be set to place proposed changes to that charter on the November ballot. First, Council members want to hear from the citizens they represent as soon as possible. Charter Review Commission Chair William Layton presented the seven-member committee’s recommendations to Council during its regular bi- monthly Tuesday evening meeting on March 5 at the County Office Building. more
ANNAPOLIS — Lawmakers are moving toward consensus on changes to Maryland’s juvenile justice system, discussing how to address crime by children ages 10 to 12 and get them into … more
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s Democratic-led legislature passed the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future in 2021, vowing to pour billions of dollars into the state’s public schools to … more
For Cambridge City Council, it isn’t business as usual to present honorary proclamations near the top of its meeting agenda. But with the Cambridge-South Dorchester Boys Varsity Basketball Team winning the 2024 Bayside Championship last week, the Council jumped at the chance to celebrate the winners as one of the first orders of business Monday, Feb. 26th more
American-made semiconductors and other parts have been found in Russian weapons used against Ukraine, even with strict Biden administration sanctions, experts told a Senate panel Tuesday. more
Nearly $25,000. That’s how much one ticket cost on Vivid Seats for Hozier’s upcoming Merriweather Post Pavilion show in May. The original price for a seat at the sold-out show was $99, according to I.M.P., the production company that owns Merriweather. more
ANNAPOLIS – On Friday, House Republicans received Department of Juvenile Services Secretary Vincent Schiraldi’s response to their Feb. 6 letter with questions regarding a juvenile child … more
February is Black History Month, an observance meant to honor and celebrate the achievements made by African Americans throughout the history of the United States. more
WICOMICO -  Acting State Fire Marshal Jason M. Mowbray is issuing a call for Marylanders to check their smoke alarms and have an escape plan … more
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Larry Hogan’s recent decision to run for U.S. Senate comes as a shock to many of the state’s lawmakers — especially Democrats who worked with the former Republican governor and think he wasn’t all that cooperative with the legislature. more
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