Public meetings this week look at monkeypox preparedness, a proposal for city-run delivery services making up for MBTA failings with shuttle buses, Brattle Street bike lanes, preserving The Pit and more.
Updated Cambridge population numbers based on the 2020 Census have deflated the city’s Covid-19 vaccination performance, with slightly lower vaccination percentages overall but bigger drops in vaccination figures for some age and racial and ethnic groups.
Trump-era funding decisions have contributing to a dramatic drop in aid available through the Cambridge domestic violence shelter Transition House, the nonprofit said in an email Monday. The shelter had to cut back its services July 1.
As the world continued to grapple this spring with the repercussions of living through a pandemic, Emily Newmann, Liana Trail and the fifth-graders of Graham & Parks School turned art into a mechanism for channeling emotion.