As of Monday, the city advances with other communities statewide to Phase III, Step 2, of the coronavirus reopening plan, with limited exceptions: An emergency order issued by the city prohibits live musical performances at restaurants until further no …
The Clarendon Avenue Playground in North Cambridge has reopened with an improved entry plaza, seating area and play opportunities.
Volunteers are wanted for the Harvard Square Advisory Committee, which reviews and comments on land use and development proposals in the Harvard Square Overlay District; conducts large project review consultations; and comments on applications for variances and special permits.
The Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers launched an initiative Feb. 8 to offer remote counseling to community members experiencing coronavirus-related mental health issues.
A city snow emergency parking ban ended at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in Cambridge and a half-hour later in Somerville for a storm that fell short of the threatened foot of snow.
Cambridge’s recycling contamination rate dropped to 4 percent last year from 11 percent in 2018, saving the city more than $100,000 for the year,
The city’s current coronavirus restrictions are extended one week to the start of Feb. 8, officials said in a Friday email.
The City of Cambridge has signed a 36-month electricity supply contract with Direct Energy for its Cambridge Community Electricity Program, begun in July 2017 to use group buying power to negotiate lower prices and increase the amount of renewable energy.