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CAMBRIDGE — Residents and leaders in Cambridge are looking for answers after a recent increase in violence that has left two teens dead in as …

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No charges will be filed against the state trooper who shot and killed 16-year-old Peyton Ham in Leonardtown on April 13. Ham's parents and other family members in an interview following this week's release of a state's attorney's office report expressed disappointment with the decision not to charge Trooper Joseph Azzari.


LINKWOOD — Maryland State Police have arrested two Cambridge men in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred Sunday in Dorchester County.

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