Annual Veterans Day Observance at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Veterans’ World War I Monument by the main gate of the Cambridge Cemetery, 76 Coolidge Ave.
Mayor David Maher kicked off a food drive today to run through Oct. 1 to benefit Cambridge food pantries.
Three surprise appointments, including one involving the head of the local teachers union, brought on a conversation about district transparency.
The threat of a land taking at Fresh Pond Mall was raised to solve the dangers of crossing a busy parking lot to get to the T.
School Committee members have praised the city’s response to the arrest of teacher Josh Wairi, while parents have called it “wanting,” “appalling” and “ridiculous.”
Mayor David Maher has added a streamlining of council committees to the list of potential changes for this two-year term, but late orders and rule suspensions got wrapped up in the debate.
While our voting process often seem endless, the outcome of many elections is settled in the first round of balloting. More importantly, a serious design flaw taints the count.
When it comes to messaging and the public image of Cambridge government, there are right ways for the people in power to say things … and then there are wrong ways.
The city is asking residents to hurry and nominate their “food hero” to be honored Oct. 24, the third annual nationwide celebration of Food Day. The deadline for nominations is Monday.
A bid for universal junior kindergarten in Cambridge’s public schools has led only to a realization of how little room for new students the district has – and a Tuesday vote by the School Committee to plead with the City Council to help alleviate the space crunch and make the plan happen.