Housing staff from the city’s Community Development Department will be available to discuss affordable rental and homeownership programs in North Cambridge.
Rogers will speak with constituents from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Nov. 15 at a Massachusetts Avenue Dunkin’ Donuts.
State Rep. Jonathan Hecht, whose district includes portions of North and West Cambridge, has open office hours Thursday and Oct. 16.
The annual free event, sponsored by the city, attracts more 4,000 people annually.
New England Zine Fest; National Honey Bee Day; Paddy’s Lunch 80th Anniversary Neighborhood Block Party; Mercury Orchestra performs; and the Hong Kong 60th Birthday Street Festival.
Residents hoping to stop a 48-unit condominium project around St. James’s Episcopal Church are okay with the case dragging on.
A 68-year-old Arlington man pleaded no contest to a charge of driving with an expired license when his car struck and killed a Cambridge woman.
We cannot simply tell children to be calm and focused; we need to teach them how to do so.
The “Rain Dance” family opera; reading from “A Map of Everything”; tribute to Pete Seeger; theatrical look at reproductive rights; and symphony fundraiser.
Cambridge’s three charter schools are joining for the first time to host a charter school fair. It takes place Tuesday evening at the Cambridge Community Center.