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Cambridge Rindge and Latin and Matignon High School girl’s hockey players have teamed up to take the ice this month for the Metro team for the Bay State Games.
A Somerville teacher has been arraigned on rape charges for conducting an inappropriate relationship with a 13-year-old, officials said.
The traditional area Fourth of July Boston Pops concert starts at 8:30 p.m. Friday, even with threats of rain. What else is going on in town?
Two Fathers Day activities; two community play events; “The Lego Movie” for free; Arts Against Aggression Street Festival; new theatrical music series; “Musical Chairs” dance movie; Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Breakthrough Greater Boston is one of 100 local nonprofits to get a grant of $100,000 from the Cumming Foundation’s $100k for 100 program.
Student committee members, scholarship winners and the seven-member Envirothon team – the high school’s first in nearly a decade – were honored Tuesday.
A sweeping revamp of tobacco control laws, including e-cigarettes and other “nicotine delivery products,” won unanimous support Monday’ from residents and officials.
A dozen home-school kids need 100,000 signatures by June 15 to get an official response from President Barack Obama about taking Jackson off the $20 bill.
Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School holds its annual STEAMS Expo on June 10 to give students the chance to show the community what they’ve learned about sustainability.
The 21st Annual Fair Housing Award Ceremony and Reception included Cambridge School student winners in grades 5-8, teachers, parents, bank sponsors and city officials.