The Community Preservation Act Committee will hold a working committee meeting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday to discuss financials, anticipated funding resources for next year and how to refine the proposed schedule for the rest of the 2014 CPA process. The Community Preservation Act takes state funds and a property tax surcharge and spends the money [...]
This is the last chance for nominations for City of Cambridge Taxi Driver of the Year 2013. Nominations must be in by Wednesday.
Breakthrough Greater Boston raised $215,000 at its annual Springfest event April 24 for use in its dual programs: helping under-resourced students get to four-year colleges and training the next generation of urban teachers.
The CHA East Cambridge Health Center, 163 Gore St. next to Twin City Plaza, will host a health fair from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday. The family-friendly event is free and open to the public.
State Rep. and city councillor Marjorie Decker was honored April 29 at Riverside Community Care’s 22nd Annual Appreciation evening for her work on issues of domestic violence.
The Board of Election Commissioners elected officers at its annual organizational meeting.
The American Cancer Society will be at Draper Laboratory on Tuesday and City Hall on Wednesday to sign up residents between the ages of 30 and 65 for a historic cancer research effort called the American Cancer Society Cancer Prevention Study.
Lesley University has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in recognition of its leadership on volunteering, service learning, civic engagement and bettering communities through service.
Cambridge high school students are invited to spend April School Vacation Week performing community service projects alongside police officers throughout the city.
The honor, bestowed to a person of color with an outstanding history of service to the GLBT Community, is to be presented June 8.