Surrounded by family and friends, Katherine Clark was sworn in on Thursday as the newest member of the Massachusetts Congressional Delegation.
With winter weather beginning to take hold throughout Massachusetts, and with the first major storm forecast for this weekend, the Babson College Auto Group hosted a winter driving clinic to help students learn how to handle the dangerous conditions that can arise from snow and ice.
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While a delay in former Sen. Scott Brown’s swearing-in caused a stir back in 2010, U.S. Rep.-elect Katherine Clark, of Melrose, plans to join the House on Thursday following her special election win on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Standing up to Polaroid, Harvard, MIT and Coca-Cola, Cambridge residents have long had a history of supporting the anti-apartheid movement through divestment campaigns, Mayor Henrietta Davis said at a special remembrance ceremony Monday, Dec. 9, for former South African President Nelson Mandela.
Democrat Katherine Clark easily won a special election Tuesday night, Dec. 10, and will succeed former U.S. Rep. Ed Markey in the 5th Congressional District.
Democrat Katherine Clark triumphantly told supporters "We did it!" Tuesday night after winning the race to succeed former U.S. Rep. Ed Markey.
Local results in 5th Congressional District election
Katherine Clark will take a seat in Congress after winning the race for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 5th District.
State Sen. Katherine Clark is the new congresswoman for the 5th Congressional District of Massachusetts. She will fill the seat that Edward Markey vacated when he was U.S. Senator from Massachusetts earlier this year.
Democrat Katherine Clark easily won a special election to fill the Massachusetts' 5th Congressional District seat vacated by Edward Markey, defeating three opponents Tuesday and becoming only the fifth woman to represent Massachusetts in the U.S. House.
Last Tuesday evening was the third and final reading in the Library’s new poetry series in honor of Louisa Solano. The turnout was great. The evening began with a personal and wonderful introduction by poet and critic Dan Chiasson. Frank Bidart took the stage and read for about 30 minutes. After his thought-provoking reading, Bidart answered questions from the audience. The night was perfect.
The Library would like to thank everyone who came to the readings. For our new poetry series, it was an honor to host four critically acclaimed poets: Gail Mazur, Robert Pinsky, David Ferry, and Frank Bidart. Now its time for the Cambridge Room to prepare Louisa Solano’s materials for use by researchers. Stay tuned for updates!