Letters to the Editor, Oct. 7, 2020

Examining housingCambridge housing was cited as the top issue by virtually every candidate in recent League of Women Voter forums where each candidate was provided a platform to answer questions from the community. There are no simple solutions. The League of Women Voters left a report on Cambridge housing in 1969 in the time capsule […]

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 […]

Mentoring our workforce in the new decade

Last month I wrote about the start of the new year and decade and encouraged you to take full control of your life and make 2020 and the rest of the 20’s the best they can be for you and your loved ones. This month, I want to reinforce you still do that, but also […]

Chamber honors Boyle, gets update from MDHCD’s Holt

CAMBRIDGE — Members of the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce held their 74th Annual Dinner on Thursday at the Hyatt Resort. A full house of 300 members and guests witnessed the late Gerry Boyle’s family accept the C. Robert “Bob” Spedden Award on his behalf, and heard Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Sec. Kenneth […]