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The city honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a number of ways this long weekend, with a Day of Service and #BlackLivesMatter protest march coming Monday.
Somerville Police are seeking help with the investigation of a stabbing on or near Broadway just before 1:25 a.m.
We are grateful Cambridge has largely been spared the deep fractures between police and the people they serve. And yet, Cambridge is no stranger to social dysfunction at the intersection of class, race and law enforcement practices.
Police in neighboring communities have been notified and are helping search for the man, reported as missing since this morning.
A plan can be worked out for a trial use of cameras, but beware what you ask for. Sometimes the public would rather not show how they really act in the street.
An Uber driver charged with rape and kidnapping will be held without bail until his next scheduled court hearing Jan. 26, authorities said at a hearing in Cambridge District Court.
A driver for the Uber car service has been arraigned on several charges in connection with a sexual assault, one in a spate of such incidents just this month.
The state’s highest court has rejected an appeal for a new trial by the man who killed retired Cambridge Police Officer Myles “Tony” Lawton and tried to kill a second man.
The city’s response to Freedom of Information Act filings is so bad that the City Council has taken action.
Wenzday Jane was charged by police who saw her filming them as they questioned three teenagers June 15 at a playground in Somerville’s Prospect Hill neighborhood.