Police learned of a bomb threat against five Cambridge public middle schools Tuesday morning, leading to an assessment of campuses while classes went on and an all-clear sent at around 9:20 a.m.
From the City of Cambridge, Nov. 2, 2015: All Cambridge men are invited to “say yes to healthy masculinity and no to violence against women” and help end […]
Harvard’s Holden Green housing complex got additional patrols from uniformed university police officers last weekend after a resident reported a potential abduction or assault attempt.
Cambridge Police are looking for two men involved in a stabbing that followed a reported attempted robbery Friday night.
The forging of a petition presented to the License Commission was resolved Tuesday in Cambridge District Court, with Sydney DePaulo netting guilty findings on 11 counts, a year of probation and more than $1,500 owed in fines and fees.
The man who picked up an Uber fare and raped pleaded guilty Friday and was sentenced by Middlesex Superior Court Judge Merita Hopkins to 10 to a dozen years in state prison, followed by five years probation.
The Cambridge Consumers’ Council offers free document shredding from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 7 in front of City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square.
Police are looking for a man who entered the St. Sava Serbian Church early Sept. 29, dressed up as a priest and then “de-clothed” and “committed a lewd act on the altar of the church.”
The mass of initiatives and programs fighting an epidemic of hard-drug addiction, abuse and overdose is failing, officials said Monday, leading some to consider giving Central Square relief from the social services that seem to concentrate the problem there.
The Brookline man accused in a Jan. 28, 2009, workplace shooting in Cambridge has been found guilty of first-degree murder again after the Supreme Judicial Court overturned a murder conviction on a question of his right to remain silent during an interrogation.