While it is clearly frustrating when some in our community continue to judge the Cambridge Police Department for the actions of police officers in other jurisdictions, we understand this reality.
State Rep. Tim Toomey has been endorsed for reelection to the 26th Middlesex District seat of the state’s House of Representatives by the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund.
The Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund said Marjorie Decker, in the 25th Middlesex District, and Jay Livingstone, in the Eighth Suffolk District, had been doing good work in the Legislature on behalf of the environment over the past two years.
In the wake of the horrible violence that has occurred in our country over the past several days, many have emailed city officials asking what the Cambridge Police Department is doing to ensure similar events don’t occur here. There are several things.
State Senate candidate and Cambridge city councillor Leland Cheung has received endorsements from unions representing workers in the Second Middlesex District.
State Rep. Jay Livingstone, a Democrat in the 8th Suffolk District, visits Cambridge constituents from 9 to 10 a.m. July 28.
The shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile are horrifying to the black community – horrifying, but unfortunately not surprising. There are a couple of critical things that need to happen to end this ongoing violence.
A new aide joined the office of vice mayor Marc McGovern on Monday: Jamila Bradley, former community engagement and leadership coordinator at Youth on Fire, a program of the AIDS Action Committee working with homeless youth.
Cambridge Community Television is inviting residents into its studios July 20 to be part of a video letter to the next city manager, but first comes “Final Remarks: A Conversation with City Manager Richard C. Rossi” from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Main Library.
City councillors agreed to explore publicly funded “clean elections” in a Monday vote, a potential step toward ending the ugliness of recent municipal election seasons and a cause for division and suspicion among residents and officials.