Now is exactly the time to amp up citizen support for a revenue-neutral Senate bill and other initiatives (including increased energy efficiency and renewables) to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels.
With the average single-family home selling for $1.5 million, few people can afford to buy here. It is for that reason that we support more housing, and particularly more affordable housing.
A state senator has filed a bill that would establish carbon pricing in Massachusetts. All of the state representatives for Cambridge have signed on as co-sponsors, and Cambridge residents should get behind it too.
Cambridge Public School policy holds students to high standards of academic integrity and states clear consequences when these standards are not met, and committee members say they expect the same for CPS staff.
What are we to make of the fact that five decades after Harvard seminary students’ creation of Project Place, a safe haven for runaway teenagers, especially at-risk and drug-addicted youth, there is need for another?
So I’m just watching the morning news and a story comes on regarding leaving your child in a hot car, or even forgetting the kid in the car. One woman says to put a shoe in the back seat. Or try an app. What is wrong with you people?
Here’s what the fight boils down to and why it matters, according to one plaintiff, and why this is a bigger issue than just one crappy old former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse. You be the judge.
The state’s community-based civil legal aid providers, including Greater Boston Legal Services and its office in Cambridge, can do only so much for its clients and potential clients without proper funding.
The Twining/Normandy project, on the face of it, appears to be to the benefit of residents in need of affordable housing in Cambridge but will almost certainly have unintended and unforeseen consequences.
That 4.5-hour meeting held April 1 about a proposed residential tower for Central Square was absolute misery. But we all know the drill by now, starting with the […]