Nadya Okamoto, a 19-year-old nonprofit director and global advocate for youth empowerment and gender equality, has officially launched a campaign for City Council.
Business leader and environmental advocate Quinton Zondervan has declared his candidacy for City Council in this November’s election.
The School Committee had the opportunity to request data on the impact of race on student participation in extracurricular activities. It chose to assign the project to the high school student government.
No one in the military has asked for a $54 billion increase in spending. No one in Trump’s administration has explained its point. And strangely, no one seems to be asking the White House about it.
The federal budget proposed by President Donald Trump for 2017-18, if enacted, could affect a wide range of city programs serving thousands of residents, from special education to help with fuel bills for low-income families to affordable housing.
In light of heightened concerns about immigrant issues following the election of President Donald Trump, the city has allocated funds for an immigration coordinator that will work as part of the Human Rights Commission.
A petition filed Monday to set rules for Airbnb hosts drew suspicion and anger rather than support, with city councillors signaling that they would take care to avoid what they considered a trick to delay legitimate regulations from being passed.
Free “For the Love of Ireland” celebration; free “On Record: Music by Bach and Brahms”; “Hypnotic Manipulation” dance show; Spring Equinox Pagan Witch Ritual & Variety Show; and an Activist Art Pop-Up Market.
State Rep. Jay Livingstone, a Democrat in the 8th Suffolk District, visits Cambridge constituents from 9:15 to 10 a.m. March 24.
The head of the city’s public housing agency denounced a reported proposal by the federal agency overseeing affordable housing programs to chop funding for low-income housing, but said Cambridge’s public housing program could escape some of the impact.