Santos was born and raised in New Bedford and Dartmouth, the grandson of Portuguese immigrants. In high school, he covered sports for the school and local papers; while attending […]
Toner is executive director of Teach Plus Massachusetts, where he works to engage and elevate the voices of teachers in local, state and national education policy, but started […]
Tim Toomey was born in Cambridge, raised in East Cambridge and lives on Sixth Street. He is a graduate of Matignon High School and earned a degree in […]
A resident since 2015, D’Ambrosio works as the producing artistic director of the Bridge Repertory Theater, a Cambridge nonprofit, and is an instructor in the Department of Music […]
Sivongxay and her family fled Laos to escape the aftermath of the Vietnam War and civil war. They spent two years in refugee camps in Thailand and the […]
Devereux, a writer and communications specialist for schools as well as a graduate of Princeton and Columbia universities for a bachelor’s degree and master’s in business administration, respectively, […]
Siddiqui moved to the United States from Karachi, Pakistan, at the age of 2 with her parents and twin brother. Her family won a lottery to enter Cambridge’s […]
Our Revolution Cambridge, the local chapter of a political movement springing from Bernie Sanders’ run for president, announced its endorsements for City Council: Dennis Carlone, Jan Devereux, Sumbul Siddiqui, Vatsady Sivongxay and Quinton Zondervan.
The Cambridge Residents Alliance announced its endorsements of five candidates for election to the City Council in Nov. 7 voting: incumbents Dennis Carlone and Jan Devereux and challengers Sumbul Siddiqui, Vatsady Sivongxay and Quinton Zondervan.
A Better Cambridge, a citywide citizens group that advocates “smart-growth” policies that will build homes and keep real estate prices manageable, has endorsed six candidates for City Council.