The quick election of city councillor Marc McGovern as mayor – and therefore as chairman of the School Committee – at the council’s Jan. 1 morning inauguration led the way for the committee’s own election of its vice chair at their inauguration that evening.
A flier making the rounds in Cambridge’s Ethiopian community has been causing distraction for Samuel Gebru’s campaign for City Council just days before polls open, accusing Gebru of silence about political oppression and violence in the country he left at age 3.
Benjamin, a Haitian-American who grew up in Long Island, N.Y., holds a bachelor’s degree from York College of the City University of New York and arrived in Cambridge in 1998 […]
Harvard-educated longtime resident Dennis Carlone has aeen in private practice as a planner, architect and urban design consultant since 1978. His clients have included the cities of Cambridge, […]
Marc McGovern, a fourth-generation Cantabrigian, graduated from Cambridge Rindge & Latin School in 1987 and went on to the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. After a few years off, […]
E. Denise Simmons, a lifelong resident of Cambridge, has been on the City Council since 2002 after starting civic life as executive director of the Cambridge Civic Unity […]
Tierney works full-time in state government as the research director and legal counsel for the Massachusetts Committee on Housing, where he works to create smart growth, affordable and […]
Mallon grew up in Brockton, where her family experienced poverty and food insecurity but she benefited from “an activist municipal government and the social safety net programs it […]
Gebru was born in Sudan to Ethiopian parents in 1991, but was moved to Cambridge when he turned 3. He attended the city’s public schools, and during his […]
Levy, of Belgian descent, has been a Cambridge resident since 2003 and a neighborhood activist since 2006. A software engineer when he is not being “an activist for justice […]