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The police commissioner’s assurances of checks and balances on officer actions cann’t be accepted at face value – not if recent history is any gauge.
A new city assessment of community health goes beyond the obvious to shine a spotlight on poverty, disease, inequity and racial differences.
People interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission are asked to send letters of interest, a résumé and list of applicable experience.
A $140,000 education consultant is promising that his system will show how to correct teacher-education program flaws and even lessen the district’s achievement gap.
Residents and interested members of the community are invited to request a formal role in a new Citizen Committee on Civic Unity.
After four days of trial and four days of deliberation, a jury found in favor of the city on several claims in Gloria Law v. City of Cambridge.
There is a nationwide trend toward militarizing police forces, and Cambridge shouldn’t be part of it. City councillors such as Nadeem Mazen and Craig Kelley are right to push back.
Student achievement and school performance were prominent at Tuesday’s meeting of the School Committee, but the interpretation of a controlled-choice policy raised many questions.
Residents interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission should send letters of interest, a résumé and applicable experience by Feb. 7.
A report on local poverty stunned city councillors, showing a city where single mothers scrape by on $22,383 incomes and black and hispanic poverty soars above that for whites and Asians.