Shore Health preps tents at emergency entrances

EASTON — The tents installed outside UM Shore Emergency Center at Queenstown and the emergency departments at UM Shore Medical Centers at Chestertown, Dorchester and Easton may soon be in use for patient assessment, Dr. Walter Atha, regional director, Emergency Medicine for UM Shore Regional Health announced on Thursday. According to Dr. Atha, depending on […]

Making sense of the census

CAMBRIDGE — What if you knew an easy way, that only took 10 minutes, for you, as an individual, to bring more money to your community, to improve schools and infrastructure, to foster economic development and create jobs, and to support vital public services? Victoria Jackson-Stanley knows how. As Mayor of Cambridge, and as the […]

COVID-19: Cambridge Mayor addresses citizens

Main points • No confirmed cases in Dorchester on Friday morning • Government is open and functioning • Support local businesses • Check on the vulnerable CAMBRIDGE — Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley spoke to local citizens via Facebook video on Friday morning, sharing word of local preparations for COVID-19. “Due to the current State of Emergency, […]

COVID-19: Limited services for City of Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — The city government has responded to the COVID-19 outbreak. A statement from City Manager Patrick Comiskey on Friday said, “The City of Cambridge will operate on limited services during the Maryland State of Emergency. City offices will be closed to the public. “City staff will still report to work and be on duty. […]

Fire Marshal: Welding set off blaze

CAMBRIDGE — At 4:46 p.m. on Wednesday, Rescue Fire Company’s Station 1 along with Talbot Station 30 were alerted for an apartment fire at 500 Greenwood Ave. Dorchester Central advised Chief 1 they had received multiple calls on the incident and Cambridge Police were on scene with fire on the second- and third-floor staircase balconies. […]

Heirloom Athletics has opened in Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — Heirloom Athletics, a gym specializing in a sustainable and homegrown approach to overall wellness, opened its doors in downtown Cambridge on Saturday. The gym will provide engaging coach-led exercise classes designed to enhance physical, mental and emotional wellness. “I am thrilled to open the doors to Heirloom right here in downtown Cambridge,” said […]

Goodwill opens in Cambridge Marketplace

CAMBRIDGE — The city gained a new business on Thursday, when Goodwill opened a store in the Cambridge Marketplace development on U.S. 50. City leaders in government and commerce were on hand, joined by hundreds of shoppers who thronged the discount center. City Commissioner Robbie Hanson, (Ward 5) said, “We’re glad to have the employment […]

Cambridge Chick-fil-A will open Feb. 13

CAMBRIDGE — Chick-fil-A has selected Christian Albert as the franchise owner of Cambridge’s first Chick-fil-A restaurant opening Feb. 13. Mr. Albert will oversee day-to-day activities of the business, employing approximately 100 team members to serve guests, while continuing to cultivate relationships with local schools, organizations and neighboring businesses. Located at 705 Cambridge Marketplace, the restaurant […]

Gospel concert is slated for Sunday at Faith Fellowship

CAMBRIDGE — Faith Baptist Fellowship is pleased to announce a Gospel music concert featuring the solo voice of Mr. Ray Bennett. Also, the host church’s own One Day Closer Trio will bring some of your favorites songs to round out the event. The date is Feb. 9, beginning at 6 p.m. All music in the […]

5th Annual Cambridge Film Festival on Feb. 14

CAMBRIDGE — ShoreRivers and Dorchester Citizens for Planned Growth (DCPG) will host the fifth Cambridge Film Festival on Feb. 14. This annual festival presents 10 short environmental and adventure films that illustrate the beauty of the Earth and the work that communities are doing to protect the increasingly threatened planet. The community is welcome to […]