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Cambridge (Dorchester, Maryland)

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  • Mother survives loss of son, strives to help other families

    Mother survives loss of son, strives to help other families
    Sue Nickerson remembers driving west across the Bay Bridge, steeling herself for another ceremony held to honor her son and the hundreds of other Maryland police officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty. By then, five years had...
  • State regulators take over two Maryland banks

    State banking regulators closed two Maryland banks Friday, the first two bank failures in the state since 2010. The Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation shut down the Bank of the Eastern Shore in Cambridge and appointed the Federal Deposit...
  • Police blotter for week of May 14

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Brandon M. Robinson, 25, of the 900 block of Cambridge Avenue, was arrested on a bench warrant Thursday in a case in which he was charged with possession of a drug other than...
  • Mostly Main Street: Cherrybration Celeration has everyone thinking pink

    Think Pink: that's what the banners up and down Main Street are telling you these days. Why? Because the historic district is the hub for many events planned for this year's Cherrybration Celebration, an annual event that supports the work of the...
  • Dickens W. Warfield

    Dickens W. Warfield
    Dickens W. Warfield, a psychologist who as associate director of Baltimore Neighborhoods Inc. became an outspoken advocate for fair housing, died Oct. 21 of liver cancer at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. The longtime Towson...
  • Carroll officials meet at Maryland Municipal League legislative conference in Cambridge

    Hours after a rare October winter storm dumped several inches of heavy, wet snow on Carroll County for most of Saturday, local municipal officials braved the weather and joined colleagues from Maryland cities and towns throughout the state at the...
  • Ocean City freshens up for summer crowds

    Ocean City freshens up for summer crowds
    Whether it's a wedding on the beach, a White Marlin fishing tournament, muscle car shows or ocean baptisms during the annual Jesus at the Beach festival, Ocean City isn't afraid to mix things up a bit. The resort offers an ample dose of tradition, yet...
  • Andrew Zimmern eats up Baltimore

    Andrew Zimmern eats up Baltimore
    Andrew Zimmern's Baltimore adventures continued on Tuesday. Zimmern is spending three days filming material for a Baltimore episode of his popular Travel Channel show "Bizarre Foods America." The sixth season of "Bizarre Foods America," premieres on July...
  • Stinging forecast: Jellyfish swarming Bay

    Stinging forecast: Jellyfish swarming Bay
    Further news of note for beachgoers: This could be a bad year for stinging nettles in the Chesapeake Bay, a University of Maryland scientist says. Maggie Sexton, with the UM Center for Environmental Science, has been checking for jellyfish daily in the...
  • Martha Jane Schneider, music teacher

    Martha Jane Schneider, music teacher
    Martha Jane Schneider, a piano teacher and church organist who had been a longtime resident of Cambridge, died June 24 of pneumonia at an assisted-living facility in Clemmons, N.C. She was 92. The daughter of a banker and a homemaker, Martha Jane...
  • Glen Burnie low-income housing development gets green light

    The developer of a planned affordable-housing community in Glen Burnie will start construction on the project next month, after the Anne Arundel County Council voted to grant the company a key tax break on the project. The council's 4-3 vote on the tax...
  • Food manufacturer opens location in Cambridge

    A Canadian company is launching a food manufacturing operation on Maryland's Eastern Shore, the state announced Monday. Protenergy Natural Foods Corp., based in the Toronto area, has leased a building in Dorchester County that had been used by food...