Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin administered the oath to Koutoujian, who is just the 30th man to serve as Middlesex Sheriff in the office’s 325-year history.
This year’s Faculty Innovation Grant awardees have been announced by the nonprofit Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.
David Whalen, a Cambridge resident, will oversee philanthropic development for the Watertown-based school for the blind, bringing new approaches and strategies from his lengthy career in human services and education.
Mount Auburn Hospital was one of 844 hospitals to get an “A” rating from The Leapfrog Group, a national patient safety watchdog, ranking it among the safest hospitals in the United States.
The discussion was part of the White House’s “Making Health Care Better” Series, which has looked at progress made at improving the health care system during the Obama administration.
The board of directors of the Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers has announced the election of its four officers.
Food rescue organization Food For Free has been awarded a $15,000 grant from Bank of America through its Basic Needs community support program. The grant will support Food For Free’s food rescue program.
The Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Field House rocked during June 9 graduation ceremonies to cheers and yelps as Meighan Bannon, Jacqueline Cesario, Doug McGlathery and Tanya Trayer became Faculty Distinction awardees.
The 41st annual Graduation and Awards ceremony of the Cambridge Community Learning Center was held recently at the Cambridge Main Library. This year, 42 graduates from three programs received certificates of completion.
Nearly $20,000 has been presented to the nonprofit association Friends of CRLS by the Whole Foods Market grocery store chain.