Man Sentenced For Two Armed Robberies In Salisbury

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A man has received a 24-year prison term for his guilty plea to two counts of armed robbery in Wicomico County. According to the State’s Attorney’s Office, 32-year-old Tyrone Camper of Cambridge held up Church’s Market and Pizza City in Salisbury on consecutive days. Salisbury Police arrested him a short time after the second hold-up…

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Boys & Girls Club Opens On Eastern Shore

Boys & Girls Club, Cambridge (photo courtesy of Gov. Larry Hogan's Office)
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The Eastern Shore has its first Boys and Girls Club. Governor Larry Hogan took part in a ribbon cutting Wednesday at the facility in Cambridge. Hogan said it will be the first of several Boys and Girls Clubs in Eastern Shore counties. “All of our Maryland Boys & Girls Clubs provide hope and a safe,…

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2 Teen Boys Shot In Cambridge

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Cambridge Police are investigating the shootings of two male teenagers. Officers responded to Greenwood Avenue and Camelia Street at about 12:15 a.m. Wednesday. A 17-year-old boy was found with a gunshot wound to the thigh, and was losing a lot of blood. He was flow to University of Maryland Shock Trauma. A 14-year-old boy was…

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Man Shot, Killed While Riding His Bicycle

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A Cambridge man has been shot to death while riding his bicycle. Maryland State Police said Cambridge officers responded to the area of Greenwood Avenue and Gloria Richardson Circle Monday night to a reported shooting. 22-year-old Da’Jour Sorrell was rushed to a hospital and died. According to State Police, Sorrell fell from his bicycle and…

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5 Injured In Dorchester Co. House Fire

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A house fire in Cambridge sent five people to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries Tuesday. According to the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office, the fire on Academy Street started just after noon Tuesday in the two-story home. The occupants were released after hospital treatment and were being assisted by the American Red Cross.…

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2 Eastern Shore Projects Part Of Md. Preservation Initiative

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Seven Maryland historic preservation projects will share more than $9-million in tax credits and leverage millions of dollars in economic activity and investment. The Maryland Historical Trust, part of the Maryland Department of Planning, announced the awards this week. Projects include residences, businesses and arts-related venues and attractions. Two of the projects are on the…

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3 Residential Fires Investigated On Md. Eastern Shore

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Firefighters on the Maryland Eastern Shore responded to several residential blazes over the Christmas weekend. A space heater problem sparked one fire in a detached garage in Fruitland. According to the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office, two adult dogs and six puppies died in the fire Saturday afternoon in Clyde Avenue. Damage was estimated at…

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Fire Damages Bed-and-Breakfast In Dorchester Co.

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A fire broke out at a bed-and-breakfast in Cambridge, Maryland early Sunday. According to the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office, one of the occupants of the home on Killarney Road discovered the blaze at about 1:41 a.m. Smoke alarms activated, and no one was injured. Damage to the structure is estimated at $15,000, and $10,000…

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Challenger Wins Runoff Election In Cambridge, Md.

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Cambridge will get a new mayor following a run-off election Tuesday. Andrew Bradshaw defeated the incumbent Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley, capturing about 57-percent of the vote. Bradshaw is a local volunteer firefighter. He also posted on Facebook that he could not say “enough good about outgoing Mayor Jackson-Stanley and the foundation she has built, as we…

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Laurel Man Shot, Killed In Cambridge Md.

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A shooting in Cambridge, Maryland has claimed the life of a Laurel, Delaware Man.Maryland State Police say the victim was found with gunshot wounds early Sunday in a grassy parking area on Chesapeake Court.21-year-old Khalil Reid was pronounced dead at University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Dorchester. Cambridge Police requested that the Maryland State…

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Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge To Reopen Visitor Center on Weekends Beginning 10/3

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In accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and in coordination with the Governor and local public health authorities, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is re-opening the Visitor Center at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) near Cambridge on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-2pm.   The refuge is working with federal,…

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Fire Leaves Cambridge Townhome In Ruins

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A fire in Dorchester County has left a townhome heavily damaged. According to the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office, the blaze started in a garage on Wood Duck Drive in Cambridge late Thursday morning. A neighbor discovered the fire. The two-story wood frame townhome was heavily damaged. No one was injured. The occupants as well…

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Gov Hogan, CVS, Rite Aid and Walmart Announce Additional Coronavirus Test Sites in Maryland

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Governor Larry Hogan and Walmart today announced the opening of additional COVID-19 test sites at Walmart stores in Maryland. This is the latest in a series of recent testing expansions in the state, including the announcement of new CVS sites yesterday, and follows Governor Hogan’s emergency order earlier this week authorizing the state’s nearly 1,200 pharmacies to…

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Maryland Mahi Record of 34 Years Smashed by Cambridge Angler

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A Maryland record that has held since 1985 has fallen after a Cambridge angler, Jeff Wright, reeled in a 72.8-pound dolphinfish off the coast of Ocean City. Maryland Natural Resources officials say Wright was at Poor Man’s Canyon practicing for next week’s White Marlin Open when his line snagged the mahi. The weight was certified…

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Maryland State Police Launch Internal Investigation After Man’s Suicide

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Maryland State Police say they have launched an internal investigation out of the Easton Barrack after a social media post went viral, in which a mother alleges Troopers led her son to kill himself. That Facebook post made on Wednesday has amassed nearly 7,000 reactions and over 12,000 shares. In it, mother Jane Bailey says…

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Maryland Middle School Warns Parents of “Choking Challenge”

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Administrators at Mace’s Lane Middle School in Cambridge are warning parents about the dangers of the “choking challenge” after students encouraged each other to choke each other to the point of passing out. The Dorchester Banner reports that two students were sent to the emergency room on Monday, one of them in a wheelchair after…

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