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Jake Robinson

Playing on the Heartstrings of Cambridge

April 2, 2012

(I’ll post the pictures later.Scot) Roll over Beethoven – the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra is on the rise. Featuring over 40 members and seven lead players, they’ve become a staple in the community’s spotlight and have been impressing local audiences for years. The orchestra formed in December 2003, after Cambridge’s first Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts. […]

Oxycontin: Hillbilly Heroin Hits Cambridge

March 10, 2012

The Introduction of a three part story about OxyContin use in Cambridge. Cambridge may have a growing drug problem on the streets, as well as in the pharmacies. When a medical drug is used for a task other than its intended purpose, it can cause a chain reaction of abuse which affects more than just […]

Limerick Rd. Residents Win One!

November 8, 2011

Limerick Road may finally have its peace. After returning to council for a third time, the decision to have a gate on the road stands. Confusion arose after council agreed to a temporary gate to be installed on the street during a September meeting. However, the definition of “temporary” is what caused the misunderstanding. After […]

Limerick Rd. back before council Monday. Again

November 6, 2011

It seems that our council is incapable of making their minds up about Limerick Rd. Last week the residents were informed that the matter will be before council again this Monday. They thought was settled a month ago when Coun Ermeta changed his vote about the adjournment. The Limerick Rd. residents didn’t get their adjournment, […]

Develop Concerns at Dumfries Conservation Area

October 18, 2011

The Cambridge Official plan has some residents excited and concerned.             A developing plan was reviewed by the planning services department during a council meeting yesterday.             Director of policy planning Elaine Brunn Shaw presented the review and how it will affect the city. She talked about creating complete communities while […]

Mayor’s ‘State of the City Address’ Focuses on the China Connection

September 14, 2011

Cambridge Mayor’s ‘State of the City Address’ Focuses on the China Connection Cambridge, Ontario. September 13, 2011… Cambridge Mayor Doug Craig will deliver the 2011 ‘State of the City Address’ next week with a capture of the off-shore business development connections to Cambridge. The line-up also includes remarks by Nadir Patel, the former Canadian Consul […]

Cambridge singer new Teenage Head front man

September 14, 2011

Picture Pete MacAulay’s face as the new singer of Teenage Head. Three years after the band’s front-man, Frankie (Venom) Kerr, passed away from throat cancer, Teenage Head is back at it with Pete MacAulay on vocals. Teenage Head was a premier punk band during the 70’s and a legend in Canadian music. Formed in 1975 […]