Fresh on the heels of opening the first section of the Grand Junction Path in Kendall Square for bicyclists, walkers, joggers and inline skaters, the city is putting money down in North Cambridge for land intended to be another crucial section of path.
Community and faith-based organizations, five area police departments – in Cambridge, Somerville, Arlington, Belmont and Watertown – and the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office are partnering to host the county’s first regional gun buyback initiative in June.
The iCanShine Bike Camp held in neighboring Arlington from April 18-22 teaches anyone 8 or over with a diagnosed disability how to ride a conventional two-wheeled bicycle. The group seeks volunteers age 14 and over to work with riders during the camp.
Cambridge and Somerville artisans, artists, craftspeople and “mompreneurs” are invited to set up shop and display products or services for free at the one-day Common Ground Pop-Up Market to be held March 13.
Unpaid summer internships are available at the State House office of state Rep. Dave Rogers for college students, graduates and some high school students.
State Rep. Dave Rogers will meet constituents from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at Fiorella’s Express, 2401 Mass Ave., North Cambridge.
The restaurant replacing India Cuisine in the spring could be a “New American-style restaurant with an emphasis on Italian cuisine” or “rustic Italian food with American accents,” but one thing looks certain: There will be fresh pasta.
A community forum on carbon pricing in Massachusetts for Cambridge, Arlington and Belmont residents is planned for 7:30 to 9 p.m. Dec. 3 in Arlington.
State Rep. Dave Rogers will meet constituents from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Oct. 24 at Verna’s Coffee & Donut Shop in North Cambridge.
Aching bodies have an entirely new option as of today: summoning a message therapist to homes, hotels, workplaces and events through an app called Zeel.