Cambridge grew far faster than Massachusetts, Census data shows, powered by people of color

Film fest screens ‘Caste in the Classroom’ doc, which traces the roots of racism in education

There are hidden surprises in Harvard Square

Local minority- and women-owned businesses: Get in on MPowered, a pop-up at CambridgeSide

Cambridge now has restitution and reparations on the table, awaiting input from the community

Baldwin Neighborhood name is approved 9-0, replacing Agassiz; second such change since ’15

Rally against gun violence set for 5 p.m. Monday, alongside one addressing environmental issues

Aaron Molyneaux Hewlett and family prospered as educators, lawyers, activists – and as Othello

Attend meetings on gun violence, reparations, trees and climate, apartments and much more

Residents are urged to give testimony Monday that reparations orders aren’t ready to be voted