In further evidence the job of city manager was always Louis A. DePasquale’s to lose, one of his two competitors dropped out Wednesday. So Cambridge can expect more of the same in leadership, and that’s generally a good thing – generally.
I would like to briefly share some of my personal observations and experiences with Robert “Jay” Ash Jr., an effective, personable and caring leader who transformed Chelsea from a city somewhat rough around the edges to one that is a desirable place to work and live.
On Sept. 21, 1991, the doors to a shuttered, bankrupt health club chain were flung open again and the New Dance Complex was born. Twenty-five years later, it’s still the living rhythm of Central Square.
The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra and music director Cynthia Woods sincerely thank our recent financial supporters as we enter our 42nd season serving Cambridge, Somerville and Greater Boston.
The School Committee held a two-day retreat last month to set priorities and make sure its members could work well together, but its first public meeting since the summer shows it came back worse than it went in.
On Dec. 7, 1956, was the U.S. government still using the Pearl Harbor attacks to justify why key parts of the Constitution should be considered invalid? Of course not.
Hearing gigantic developer Equity One talk of the glories that will be its 113th property – the “it’s not a mall” Harvard Collection, featuring national and international brands – we thought of a better collection to be housed in its “restoration.”
No voter should use the late-campaign mysterious mailer brouhaha to decide how they’re casting a ballot. There are plenty of other ways to decide the 26th Middlesex District.
Regardless if Trump wins the presidential election, his candidacy has brought about a marked change in attitude toward immigrants – resulting in more hate crimes and racist language in the fight for the Islamic community to bury their dead in Western Massachusetts.
In this race for the 26th Middlesex District of Cambridge and Somerville, the progressive choice is clear on issues such as a clean, safe environment, quality public schools and an economic system that gives working families a fair shot: Mike Connolly.