The Cambridge order points to the dragging of a passenger off a plane as a potential hate crime and refers also to an earlier incident, when three girls were barred from flying because they were wearing form-fitting leggings as pants.
From the City of Cambridge, April 3, 2017: People interested in serving on the city’s bicycle, pedestrian or transit advisory committees have an April 21 deadline to apply. […]
A block of East Cambridge is about to feel emptier, with the closing of Hub Bicycle Co. at 1036 Cambridge St. on Friday and portentous signs at the Family Dollar store just two doors down at 1030 Cambridge St.
In paying off expenses of winter’s snowfall, city makes it official: 43 inches came down (corrected)
With temperatures at least expected to reach the 70s in the coming week and the likelihood of snow all but vanished for the year, the city has done its accounting: Cambridge got about 43 inches of snow this winter, costing just below $3.1 million to deal with.
A citywide public meeting about the realignment of Interstate 90 is planned for April 13.
A citywide public information meeting about the realignment of Interstate 90 across the river in Allston – a project slated to begin in 2019 – is planned for March 30 by the Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association.
A Tuesday storm dumped an estimated 6.2 inches of snow on the city, temporarily cutting off power to more than a thousand residents as high winds took down tree branches and power lines, public works and utility officials reported.
With the region expecting likely snowfall of 12 to 18 inches, but potentially as much as 20 inches, officials has announced that city offices, libraries and schools would close Tuesday.
A free public meeting of the Cambridge Residents Alliance taking place March 12 will include state Rep. Denise Provost, reporting on the status of the construction of the MBTA green line extension, and other guests with information on the project.
Public input will be taken at the meeting, and there will be a presentation and discussion of the draft recommendations of the task force, which has met eight times over the past 22 months.