‘Flags for Heroes’ returns to the Choptank

CAMBRIDGE — Honor your Hero with a flag flying over the Choptank River. From May 23 through June 14 the Cambridge Rotary and the Cambridge Rotary Community Service Foundation will honor your heroes with a display of flags at the top of the hill adjacent to the Dorchester Visitor Center Amphitheater. Your tax-deducible sponsored flag […]

Athletes support YMCA in Crab Run

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Bill seeks to honor WWI vets of color

WASHINGTON – On Thursday, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) announced new bipartisan legislation to honor WWI Veterans of color with local veterans, historians, and community members at the Cambridge Empowerment Center. The World War I Valor Medals Review Act will ensure that veterans of color who served during WWI are honored and that their […]

Cambridge hosts exhibition construction

CAMBRIDGE – A traveling exhibition being constructed by The Smithsonian found a temporary home in Cambridge in the past week. The exhibition titled, “Men of Change,” which had been designed and prototyped by the Smithsonian Institution, needed space to be assembled prior to going on tour, and the dimensions of the exhibit demanded a fairly […]

Russian duo in concert April 14

CAMBRIDGE — The Christ Church Cambridge Concert Series will present pianist, Margarita (Maggie) Loukachkina and violinist, Nikita Borisevich, on April 14 at 4 p.m. Included in the program will be selections by Elgar, Grieg, and Rachmaninoff. Ms. Loukachkina gave her debut at the age of 15 at the Mishler Theatre (Pa.) performing the Rachmaninoff Piano […]

Neighborhood revitalization talks are underway

CAMBRIDGE – The City of Cambridge and their partners invite all residents, businesses and stakeholders to the second Community Visioning Meeting on April 6, to provide input and prioritize ideas for the Cambridge Neighborhood Revitalization Plan (the Plan) for the Historic Pine Street District. The meeting will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. […]