A contactless holds pickup service begins at the Boudreau branch of the Cambridge public library system, on Observatory Hill in Neighborhood 9, beginning April 26.
Cambridge is freezing its coronavirus reopening where it is, going for a “cautious and measured approach to activities and industries permitted” despite saying in a Monday email that “the ongoing rollout of the commonwealth’s vaccination plan is encouraging.”
The Community Dispute Settlement Center of East Cambridge is offering free mediation services to landlords and tenants as part of the state’s Eviction Diversion Initiative, and for parents who are separating and need to address co-parenting time and other child-related conflicts.
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.