State Rep. Mike Connolly, a Democrat in the 26th Middlesex District, made up of parts of Cambridge and Somerville, invites residents to bring questions, concerns and policy ideas to an office hour scheduled for 9 to 11 a.m. May 5.
A City Council policy order urging the city and state to use 100 percent renewable energy by 2035 passed without discussion Monday after a rally for it was held on the steps of City Hall.
Cambridge’s Housing Authority is working with other housing agencies around the country to develop printed materials and strategies they can all use to communicate with and protect immigrants living in subsidized housing.
A peaceful crowd estimated at upward of 2,000 by organizers and police called for President Donald Trump to release his tax returns and change his policies during a rally on Cambridge Common on Saturday, which was Tax Day for much of the nation.
The fields of Cambridge Common will host one of the 100-plus Tax Day marches planned for Saturday nationwide, which organizers say will express “outrage” that President Donald Trump hasn’t released his tax returns, despite promises on the campaign trail.
The police department’s written policy on immigrant “detainers” gives officers more leeway than some realize to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
The “Safe Communities Act” working its way through the Massachusetts Legislature is designed to do what its name suggests: Protect everyone in the community regardless of their citizenship status.
Business leader and environmental advocate Quinton Zondervan has declared his candidacy for City Council in this November’s election.
State Rep. Mike Connolly, a Democrat in the 26th Middlesex District, made up of parts of Cambridge and Somerville, invites residents to bring questions, concerns and policy ideas to an office hour March 31.
The bill, which would apply a fee to real estate transactions larger than $2.5 million statewide, revives an idea dating back to the 1990s in Cambridge “to capture some of the value that is created by speculative activity” in high-end commercial and luxury real estate.