Residents are invited to apply to fill vacancies on the city’s Central Square Advisory Committee (apply by Feb. 28) and the Human Services Commission (apply by March 2).
From the City of Cambridge, Jan. 17, 2018: Applicants are being recruited by the city to take the state’s Open Competitive Municipal Service Written Examination for firefighters on […]
Democrats in Cambridge Wards 8 and 10 will hold caucuses at 2 p.m. Feb 4 at the Graham & Parks School, 44 Linnaean St., Neighborhood 9, to elect delegates to the Democratic State Convention.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation made at least 8,500 pothole repairs to its roads in the past year, using approximately 412 tons of material, though only five of the repairs shown on its online pothole dashboard were in Cambridge.
Trash and recycling collection, Recycling Drop-Off Center and Cambridge Cemetery hours, curbside collection of bare holiday trees, street cleaning operations and parking meter payments are all affected by holiday hours and possible bad weather.
The Cambridge Community Electricity program remains open for residents and businesses who want to save money on electricity and boost renewable sources of power.
More than $1.5 million in grants has been awarded to 31 community organizations by the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation to support promotion of accessible health care and coverage for vulnerable and low-income residents across the state.
The Dr. Edward Leitão Memorial Scholarship Fund is accepting applications for scholarships from Portuguese-American medical students and physicians in training.
The first meeting of a new Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math Advisory Committee was convened Wednesday, Nov. 15, in Central Square by City Manager Louis A. DePasquale and Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Salim.
Municipal offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 23, and Friday, Nov. 24, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Other services will also be disrupted.