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With our local St. Paul’s Church Choir School turning 50, a model for its musical and academic tradition – The Vienna Boys Choir – comes to town Friday to celebrate.
A Michigan man and woman have been charged under the state’s new human trafficking law with bringing two underage girls to Cambridge as prostitutes, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said Tuesday.
State Rep. and city councillor Marjorie Decker was honored April 29 at Riverside Community Care’s 22nd Annual Appreciation evening for her work on issues of domestic violence.
Lesley University has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in recognition of its leadership on volunteering, service learning, civic engagement and bettering communities through service.
Cambridge Savings Bank announced the appointment Monday of Wayne F. Patenaude as president and chief executive of Cambridge Financial Group and Cambridge Savings Bank. Patenaude, who succeeds Robert M. Wilson, has served as the bank’s chief financial officer and treasurer since 2007.
Cambridge Savings Bank today announced the resignation of President and Chief Executive Officer Robert M. Wilson, effective Dec. 31. Wilson, who took a medical leave of absence earlier this year, will remain with CSB as a member of its board of directors.
The Benjamin Banneker Public Charter School, which is focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, had great MCAS results and resulting state recognition, officials said.
After being unable to get loans, medical care and other benefits in his own name, Cambridge resident Frederick Cross, 68, stole the identity of another man, ultimately scamming more than $65,000 worth of state benefits since 2005 for which he was not eligible, the Suffolk County district attorney said Monday.
The founder and head of school of one of the most successful public charter schools in Massachusetts has announced her retirement.
The Brighton man who led State Police on a multicity chase Wednesday evening was wanted for his role in the illegal sale of an unregistered handgun in Revere, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said Thursday.