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Talbot County Public Schools Recognizes Advanced Placement Scholars

The Board of Education recognized current students who achieved the status of Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar through their performance on AP exams as of the end of the 2021-2022 school year during their September meeting. AP exams are scored on a 5-point scale, with many colleges and universities granting credits for scores of 3, 4 or 5. A score of 3 or higher on an AP exam indicates that a student is considered “qualified” for college credit and capable of being successful in a college level introductory course in the particular content area.
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Man arrested on gun charges in Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE, Md. – An investigation led to firearm charges for a man in Cambridge Wednesday evening. At around 7:20 p.m., officers responded to the 800 block of Maces Lane for a report of a male subject driving a white pick-up truck waving a gun at another person. Police were able to locate the vehicle at the Cambridge Inn and made contact with the driver, identified as 21-year-old Jabron Cooper.
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Thieves Target Public USPS Mailboxes in Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - They're a convenient way to drop off a letter, invitation or even a check, but thieves are targeting those blue U.S. Postal Service mailboxes you see all over town. Andrew Clark, who lives in Cambridge says he can not believe a criminal would stoop to this level.
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Leaders Hope An Event In Cambridge Reduces Gun Violence

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Clean-up Day will bring community members, city leaders, and Cambridge police, together. On Sept. 24 the Cambridge Police Department will sponsor a Clean-up day on Pine St. Police hope this day builds a relationship with community members and officers. Chief Justin Todd, of the Cambridge Police Department...
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ESLC Celebrates a ‘Returning to Roots’ at Annual Party to Preserve

Supporters and friends of Eastern Shore Land Conservancy gathered at Duvall Farm and Lodge on Saturday, September 17, 2022, for the organization’s annual premier fundraising event, the Party to Preserve. The evening included wagon tours of the spectacular wildlife habitat on Duvall Farm, performances from renowned jazz performer Lena Seikaly, and a live auction of singular experiences.
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Man convicted, sentenced for killing girlfriend’s dog

SALISBURY, Md. – A Wicomico County judge has sentenced a man on felony animal cruelty charges after he killed his girlfriend’s dog in October 2021. On October 9, 2021, the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office responded after receiving a complaint that Nathaniel Ennels II had killed his girlfriend’s dog. Deputies were able to locate a video recording of Ennels punching and kicking a 4-year-old miniature schnauzer named Spanky, who was found dead later that day. A necropsy revealed that the cause of death was internal hemorrhaging of the liver and kidneys caused by blunt force trauma.
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Habitat for Humanity dedicates new home in Selbyville

Sussex County Habitat for Humanity dedicated a home for affordable homeownership to a Selbyville family Sept. 7. With the devoted service of volunteers, and donated gifts of handmade quilts and housewarming supplies from Eagles Nest Church and St. Martha’s Outreach Committee, the Maciey family was welcomed and ready for a successful transition into their new home.
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A Chilly Night Ahead

Forecast updated on Friday, September 23, 2022, at 4:00 PM by WBOC Meteorologist Dan Satterfield (AMS-CBM). Tonight:Clear, and chilly by sunrise. Low 45-47°. Wind: N 4-10 mph. Winds higher near open water. Saturday: Sunny early then increasing high clouds PM, dry, and pleasant. High 73°. Wind: W 5-12 mph....
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Fatal Shooting In Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - A Fatal Shooting in Cambridge has left those, in the community, in tears. 20-year-old Kevin Dwayne Raeford, of Salisbury, was shot and killed. Cambridge Police say Raeford's body was found in a wooded area on the 600 block of Edgewood Ave. Cambridge Police arrived to the scene, around 3 p.m., after shots were fired. Maryland State Police have taken the lead in this case.
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MSP investigating fatal shooting in Cambridge, victim identified

CAMBRIDGE, Md. – Maryland State Police are investigating a fatal shooting in Dorchester County. Just after 3 p.m. Tuesday, officers with the Cambridge Police Department responded to a report of shots fired in the area of Wood Street and Fairmount Avenue. Officers began searching the area and located a body in a wooded area along the 600 block of Edgewood Avenue.
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Two Men Wanted for Mardela Springs Robbery

MARDELA SPRINGS, Md. - The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help in locating two men wanted for robbing a Mardela Springs convenience store. The sheriff's office on Tuesday said the crime happened at the Goose Creek store on July 24. Detectives investigating the crime determined that Ivan Lee Conaway, 30, and Michael Jacoby Robinson, 39, entered the store and asked for a carton of Newport cigarettes. Investigators said that when the clerk placed the cigarettes on the counter, Conaway smacked the clerk’s hand off of the cigarettes, grabbed the cigarettes and fled the store. The store clerk received minor injuries to her wrist as a result of the incident.
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Kent Island routs Cambridge-South Dorchester

CAMBRIDGE, Md- Kents Island downs the Cambridge-South Dorchester Vikings 39-12 through a dominant ground game. Buccaneers Running Back Kasey Heath had two touchdowns on the ground in the first half alone. Kent Island led 19-0 in the first half before blowing out the Vikings on the road.
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Talbot County Council Meeting Agenda – Tuesday, September 27, 2022

III. Minutes – September 13, 2022. IV. Disbursements – September 20, 2022 and September 27, 2022. V. Proclamation: Suicide Prevention Month – October 2022. VI. Presentation of FY23 Senior Care Plan – Kate Stinton, RN, LCSW, Community Health Nurse Program Manager, Talbot County Health Department; Carrie Ottey, RN, Community Health Nurse Program Supervisor, Talbot County Health Department; Maria Maguire, M.D., MPP, FAAP, Talbot County Health.
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