A Rally for Our Youth is planned for 5 p.m. Monday at City Hall to raise awareness of the city’s increased gun violence.
The 130 workers demand that the Tufts administration either pay them this summer after a surprise cancellation of their work or allow them to collect unemployment insurance until the fall semester.
The city has opened a cooling center during the extreme heats of this week and is welcoming residents to come cool down in certain city buildings as well.
The current timeline for reopening municipal offices now that the coronavirus pandemic has faded was explained Monday to the City Council by City Manager Louis A. DePasquale.
Cambridge is staying at Phase IV, Step 1, of the state’s coronavirus reopening plan as other parts of the state are able to return Monday to additional activities such as indoor singing at restaurants and venues.
The Cambridge Police Department is seeking applicants for its next class of police cadets, a program designed for Cambridge residents between the ages of 18 an 23 interested in a career in policing.
The Department of Conservation and Recreation began operation Saturday of curbside parking meters recently installed along Memorial Drive.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts is sponsoring free Blue Bikes rides to and from coronavirus vaccination sites.
East Cambridge Planning Team voting has elected four people to its board of directors and reelected president Chuck Hinds.
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.