Cambridge will test guaranteed income payments with 120 city households led by single caretakers

‘No confidence’ voted for school district officials; Educators want say in hiring next superintendent

In-person classes would see expansion March 1 in district’s proposal, with time to tweak details

Mourning staff death from Covid-19 is backdrop for a change in how to weigh in-person learning

New guidelines would look only within schools when deciding whether to go to remote learning

Worst of 2020 was the town hall held for business before any meeting held for struggling residents

All-remote classes staying until at least Jan. 11 through post-holiday ‘abundance of caution’

Coronavirus ended district enrollment growth despite safety measures of city’s public schools

McKinnon, whose projects helped define city, felled by heart attack at 73, group announces

Mr. Monopoly came to Cambridge