It has been my great honor to represent the people of North and West Cambridge in the state Senate since 2013, and I ask for their support to continue to work with them on the many issues that face us in the commonwealth and our communities.
Our elected leaders must be a part of the fight against the addiction epidemic, and in this election season it’s important to support the people who have shown that they are personally invested in this fight. I know state Rep. Tim Toomey is one of those people.
A free solar installation is still a positive step for our communities, but why give up the benefits of owning your own system to a company when you can own it yourself?
Civic engagement can start with a spark, with one event you experience and become moved by. Hopefully more people in our local communities, Muslim and otherwise, see a reason to spend some time helping and working with others in the future.
Cambridge police made a bad decision to bring a heavy-duty armored vehicle to a peaceful Black Lives Matter rally Sunday.
The shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile are horrifying to the black community – horrifying, but unfortunately not surprising. There are a couple of critical things that need to happen to end this ongoing violence.
The city is thinking about how to make Inman Square better and safer for all modes of transportation, as well as turning it into a community gathering point. Normally this would take years to see to fruition.
In response to the city’s decision to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day and asking: How about the Italian-American experience in American history?
The License Commission’s investigation of whether the United American Vets’ Eugene F. Lynch Post No. 30 allowed overcrowding at a March 26 party inspired the post to act – by banning teen parties forever. But the teens did nothing wrong.
May was Bike Month, the month we celebrate all who crank through the urban landscape reducing traffic, helping save the environment and promoting a healthy lifestyle. But besides some flag waving, what do Bike Months really accomplish?