No suspect has been identified in a stabbing that sent a Haverhill man to the hospital early Sunday with non-life-threatening wounds in his back, shoulder and forearm – the first extreme nightclub violence in Central Square since the summer.
An escaped federal prisoner and former Cambridge resident and Army reservist may be the man who attempted a bank robbery in Central Square early Wednesday, Cambridge police and FBI officials are saying.
The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office will host a free women’s basic self-defense course called the Rape Aggression Defense program Jan. 9-11.
A lot happens in the course of a year in a densely packed city of 110,402 people with high-profile industries, clashing interests and significant class disparities. From the first promises of newly reelected officials to the extinguishing of a massive fire, here’s a run-down.
Cambridge’s response to a recent rash of hate speech has drawn praise from the New England branch of the Anti-Defamation League, especially as incidents proliferate at schools – at least one of which has followed a less open approach.
Since reports of three swastikas and “hateful language” found at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, two more examples of hate speech have turned up Thursday – this time both found in girls’ bathrooms.
Swastikas and “hateful language” have been found in three boys bathrooms at the high school over the past two days, district officials say. A similar incident took place last month at the Vassal Lane Upper School.
Reports of post-election hate crimes are proliferating, but police have received only one formal complaint. In it, an elderly woman said she was hit by masked men invoking the name of Trump, while two other incidents involved people of color being accosted.
Police are hoping the public can help identify two men on a spree of car thefts and car breaks in Cambridge and Somerville that leads into Boston.
A low-key car chase after a stolen ambulance ended Tuesday evening with minor damage to a police cruiser, but no injuries.