At nursing homes most vulnerable to Covid, filings show 80% of workers are vaccinated

More flexible heating and cooling was considered but not feasible in 2013, authority says with regret

Among the dramatically dwindled cases of Covid, those under 20 account for most infections in city

System offered heat instead of relief to tenants during 90-degree days, set pre-climate change

Vaccinations of older teens lag in Cambridge; Manager says of Covid-19, time to ‘move on’

Pandemic eviction moratoriums near the end, with officials citing efforts to help the at-risk

City disbands its Covid-19 Expert Advisory Panel, but warns that a need for masks may come back

Information on police accountability tool elusive as budget hearing escalates over defunding effort

Vaccinations for students are being prepared, with clinic expected to come to the high school

Cause for medical debate, reinfection from Covid is reported by resident; Vaccinations pick up pace