CAMBRIDGE — On April 20th, at 7:30 a.m., 60 runners toed the line for the 2019 Cambridge Crab Run Half Marathon. This 13.1 mile course, which started at Great Marsh Park in Cambridge, is an exact copy of the run course for the upcoming Eagleman 70.3 triathlon in June. With participants from five different states, […]

Thomas’s Fine Jewelry donates to For All Seasons

EASTON – Thomas’s Fine Jewelry in Cambridge is donating sterling silver Hope Hearts necklaces to be included in For All Seasons “Comfort Kits” for victims of rape, sexual assault, abuse, or a traumatic experience as part of the agency’s Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign in April. “Comfort Kits” enable For All Seasons Victim Advocates to bring […]

Plans for Mace’s Lane School move forward

CAMBRIDGE — Members of the Mace’s Lane Community Center Steering Committee met with planners at the boarded-up Mace’s Lane School last month as they continued their work to develop a Mace’s Lane Community Center Museum. The Steering Committee is commissioned to re-purpose the former Mace’s Lane High School building into a center that fosters inclusive […]

Church bulletin, April 17, 2019

Nazarene ServicesThere will be a Maundy Thursday service at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary. On Easter Sunday at 10:45 a.m. the Rev. Richard Prahl will be preaching on John 20:1-18. Special music will be provided by The Rev. Tim Thompson and Kathy Baker. The church is located at 97 Sandy Hill Road in Cambridge. The […]

Tours celebrate history and heritage

CAMBRIDGE — To celebrate Dorchester County’s 350th anniversary, the Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area has created a new cell phone app featuring a suite of walking and driving guides that showcase the unique history and heritage of Dorchester County. The Visit Dorchester Audio Tour Guide is free and can be downloaded from the Google […]

Tyler and Asburn join Main Street leadership

CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge Main Street has recently welcomed Tracy Tyler and Wendy Windsor Ashburn to its leadership team. Raised in Cambridge, Tracy Tyler is a dynamic and respected business leader who, as CEO of Cambridge International, developed and led the team that built the company into the global leader in metal conveyor belts. She “retired” […]

Cambridge man convicted of attempted murder

CAMBRIDGE – On April 4, a jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Dorchester County convicted Antoine Stevenson, 32, of attempted first degree murder, attempted second degree murder, first degree assault, second degree assault, handgun on person, and use of a firearm in a crime of violence. The trial, which lasted three days, involved allegations […]

C-SDHS opens new bocce court

CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge-South Dorchester High School bocce players opened a new turf court at the school last week, thanks to a team effort. Led by a commitment to Unified Sports and Special Olympics, the court is the result of a fundraising effort by Principal Dave Bromwell and Coach Jake Coleman. Community members Jim Crain and […]

Contractors begin to lay pavers

CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge Department of Public Works manager, Odie Wheeler had this to say about the repairs to High Street: “First and foremost I would like to thank everyone for their understanding and patience as we have worked towards completion of the High Street rehabilitation project. The contractor has been very good in keeping at […]

‘Freedom’ Wine sales double in past six months as perpetual fundraiser gains steam

VIENNA — Friends of Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center received the third donation from Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery’s ongoing fundraising efforts. The donation of $4,175, made in honor of Harriet Tubman Day (March 10) brought the total amount donated by the winery to more than $11,000 in the last two years. “Layton’s Chance […]