County and city to eye schools

CAMBRIDGE — Members of the Dorchester County Council voted unanimously May 8 to join the Cambridge City Council in a joint effort to address issues in public education. Concerns have mounted in recent weeks over incidents of violence and indiscipline in local schools. County Manager Keith Adkins read the motion to form the committee, saying, […]

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 […]

City promotes accessibility awareness

Submitted to the Dorchester Banner Gracie Turner, 10, supports the city's drive for disability access.

The City’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance Committee is spearheading an Accessibility Awareness Campaign to encourage business owners, citizens, and city government to make Cambridge fully welcoming and accessible to persons with disabilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination and ensures people with disabilities are provided the same safe and accessible opportunities in […]

Letter to the Editor: Submit ideas for Cambridge Center

(Editor’s Note; 1st Ward Commissioner Steve Rideout has been asked to be the “Enrichment Programs” representative of the Cambridge Center Strategic Planning Work Group. Over the next 3 months or so, the Work Group will meet to discuss possibilities for the Cambridge Center. The college provided the following as an explanation of what they are […]