The city manager seeks to fill vacancies for members and alternates on the city Historical Commission and neighborhood conservation district commissions for Avon Hill, Half Crown-Marsh and Mid-Cambridge.
A committee that advises the city Health Department has voted to recommend reducing the “target level” for the cavity-fighting chemical fluoride to a single standard of 0.7 parts per million from a range of 0.7 parts per million to 1.2 parts per million.
It’s expected that city planners may reveal static snapshots of its models before a June 29 joint meeting of the City Council’s Ordinance Committee and the Planning Board, but it is looking unlikely they will release the 3-D models themselves.
The city’s noble opposition to ads or branding on its Hubway bike rental system is crumbling, with councillor Tim Toomey making a formal request Monday for the city manager to rethink the ban.
Even with news that there may be 21 percent fewer people than thought on a wait list for affordable housing, city officials built a case Monday for turning Cambridge-owned parking lots in Central Square into housing.
The Cambridge Police Department held a ceremony Monday for Joseph L. Wilson III, who joined the department in 1987 and has served in a variety of patrol operations roles.
That 4.5-hour meeting held April 1 about a proposed residential tower for Central Square was absolute misery. But we all know the drill by now, starting with the […]
A wide-ranging citywide planning process is expected to start in September and “take approximately three years,” ending sometime in 2018. First: Choosing a consultant to run it.
Members are sought for the city’s two-year terms on the Transit Advisory Committee. The application deadline is May 1.
Voting begins Sunday to direct spending of a half-million dollars on projects citywide, with 20 options starting as small as $7,000 and getting as big as a $350,000 amphitheater in Danehy Park.