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Salisbury University geology and geoscience students continue to collect data throughout the city.

Reform on Tap Task Force heads to Cambridge.

Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley and the City of Cambridge are looking for middle and high school students interested in helping to shape the future of Cambridge.

Two public comment hearings will be held on the application of Egypt Road Solar Center, LLC to construct a 45.9 MW solar generating facility in Dorchester County.

Quaint Shop Connects Past to Present

First Local Delivery to Ocean Odyssey

Realtors and property owners showcase homes, buildings and studios for sale or lease during popular Second Saturdays

Cambridge Architectural crafts signature steel sculpture for RAR Brewing

April 9, 2014 (Cambridge, MD) -- Cambridge Architectural, an international full-service provider of sustainable architectural mesh systems for building interiors and exteriors, today unveiled a new site-specific stainless steel art installation at RAR Brewing. Employees and executives from Cambridge International including CEO Tracy Tyler and COO Tom Ross joined RAR co-owners Chris Brohawn and JT Merryweather to dedicate the 9 by 11 foot metal mesh screen etched with the brewery's signature brand logo.

March 10, 2014 (Cambridge, MD) Mural artist Michael Rosato planned to build a painting studio at his home near Cambridge. Then he discovered the tax benefits of creating artwork in the studio he now owns in the City's Arts and Entertainment District.

February 25, 2014 (Cambridge, MD) The public is invited to attend a homeownership event called 'COACH' Day, (Community Outreach for Attainable Cambridge Housing) Saturday, March 22nd from 10am until 1pm at the Empowerment Center at 615 Pine Street.

Dorchester County Public Schools and Dorchester Educators Announce Launch of KEYS 2.0 Program Survey to Help Improve Schools

(November 15, 2013) Cambridge, MD - With the success of the 2nd Annual Belgian Beer Fest on High Street during Cambridge's "Second Saturday" in November, along with Main Street mainstays, Joie de Vivre and Sunnyside celebrating milestone anniversaries, 13 years and 9 years respectively, Cambridge secures its place as one of Maryland's great small towns.

October 21, 2013 (Cambridge, MD) - Citizens who use Cambridge's Long Wharf and Great Marsh Parks will soon notice construction workers on site. A permanent restroom facility will be built at Long Wharf, and new playground equipment will be installed at Great Marsh Park. The improvements were made possible by $236,000 in grant funds received from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and are part of the City's ongoing efforts to upgrade the public parks and playgrounds.

October 10, 2013 (Cambridge, Maryland) -- When 50 volunteers pitched in with shovels, trash bags and gloves to participate in the latest "Cambridge Neat Street" on October 5th, they not only helped ‘spruce-up' the gateways, they became the face for one of the key drivers in the City's comprehensive plan for economic and community development: Improving Cambridge's streetscape by targeted investments.

September 4, 2013 - Hailed as easy, efficient and cost-effective by both applicants and economic development managers, the façade improvement program has enjoyed great success in Cambridge.

August 2013 - MEDCO received $50K grant for independent analysis of facility operations for City - Mayor calls community input critical to city's waterfront future.

ESLC's Center for Towns Hosts Public Workshop with Ed McMahon in Cambridge

March 2013 -

480-Acre Property on Eastern Shore Becomes the Foundation of New National Monument Honoring an American Icon, Harriet Tubman

August 1, 2012 - SCORE to Expand Support for Small Businesses in Cambridge/Dorchester County

July 13, 2012 - Mayor Jackson-Stanley Elected President of the Maryland Mayor's Association

June 2012 - The City of Cambridge extends an invitation to qualified nonprofits to submit projects for consideration.

Published: Friday, May 25, 2012 by Barbara Pash Special to The Gazette

May 2012 - Volunteer Cleanup Crews will hit the streets on Saturday, June 2nd for the continuation of Cambridge Fresh Coat.

February 15, 2012 - Forty-eight projects in Maryland receive over $3.9 million

February 2012 - Mayor Stanley holds 2012 business forum at Cambridge International

February 2012 - Cambridge City Hall Renovation Plans Awarded for Excellence in Community Engagement Click here for press release.

December 2011 - Mari Stanley to Take Reins at nonprofit Cambridge Main Street

March 7, 2011 - Start of Christ Rock Project to Protect Drinking Water and Reduce Pollution; State Grants Help Pay for Million $ Project

October 2010 - Second Round of Maryland Smart Sites includes Location in Cambridge

November 1, 2010 - Municipalities and Community Organizations in Maryland to Share in Revitalization Projects

August 2010 - Cambridge has Openings for Several Board Member Appointments

August 2010 - Cambridge Mayor and City Council to Host Ward Meetings

July 2010 - Shore Rock Music Festival coming to Sailwinds Park Saturday July 17th!

March 2010 - Triathlete Magazine has listed Chesapeakeman as one of the top 10 Best UrBan Races. 

September 2009 - Nine Eastern Shore communities team up to encourage Marylanders in the Baltimore and Washington areas to “Eat, Drink, and Buy Art” on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

October 2, 2009 - On Saturday, September 26, the City-owned lot at Chesapeake Court and Schoolhouse Lane came alive with a community cook-out hosted by the Cambridge Lives! Project.

August 25, 2009 - The Cambridge City Council voted August 24 to return Race Street to two-way traffic as of September 15.