The weather is getting colder and it is time to launch the ninth annual Winter Warmth Drive, starting with a goal of collecting $25,000 over the next three weeks.
In addition to helping choose a governor and the holders of other offices, voters in Cambridge have the opportunity Nov. 8 to weigh in on several ballot questions, several of which affect state laws.
We have been hearing stories about how robotic cars will be coming soon, but even the industry’s engineers say a safe automated car will be impossible.
While there’s no way to avoid many of the consequences of climate change, we can slow its progress by adopting some successful and mostly inexpensive “model laws.”
Over the next year, Mount Auburn Cemetery will invite more people in the community to join our conversations about values – in life, and how they live on in death.
More than 60 people gathered in Danehy Park on Tuesday to learn how to help stop tree loss in Cambridge and hear longtime environmental supporter state Sen. Will Brownsberger give an update on current climate change mitigation efforts.
A visit to Danehy Park in mid-August found 108 trees we categorized in a range from “poor” to “dead.” Of them, 87 were mature and classified as “significant trees” by city law.
Fall is an excellent time to revisit the ways we spend our days and build in some healthy routines. Follow these tips to set yourself up for an extra-healthy 2023.
Memorial Drive is a community asset. It shows what happens when people work together to listen to resident concerns, consider solutions and improve policies for everyone.
Before Covid, many folks said Cambridge baseball was on the decline because of competition with newer sports or the pace of the game. Our goal is to grow the numbers.