Cambridge News

Cambridge Community Television, Mar 18, 20
Boston resident Meia Geddes shares the love with her friends in Cambridge.
Cambridge Community Television, Mar 17, 20
A submission to the Quarantine Confessional series. A tour of Seth's room.
Cambridge Community Television, Mar 17, 20
A submission to the Quarantine Confessional series. Peter plays an instrument and shares his feelings about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Susan Fleischmann, Mar 16, 20
JOINT STATEMENT BY CAMBRIDGE MAYOR SUMBUL SIDDIQUI AND CITY MANAGER LOUIS A. DEPASQUALE ON COVID-19 EMERGENCY MEASURES March 15, 2020 The City of Cambridge has been deeply immersed in dealing with the containment of the Coronavirus crisis. We have closed schools, libraries...
Susan Fleischmann, Mar 16, 20
The City of Cambridge has announced that City buildings and offices will close at 5pm, March 16. For the most up-to-date City information, go to cambridgema.gov
Susan Fleischmann, Mar 15, 20
Cambridge Neighbors have banded together to form the Cambridge Neighborhood Aid Network, connecting those who need help with others who might provide it. From their welcome letter: "In these fast-moving and uncertain times, it’s important that we show up for each other and...
Susan Fleischmann, Mar 13, 20
A fun public service announcement from your friends at CCTV. Send us your videos! Play a part in fighting the outbreak by washing your phones! You may have noticed that most stores, online and in the real world, are completely out of essential cleaning supplies. But don’t...
Susan Fleischmann, Mar 13, 20
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 13, 2020 Media Contact: Suzy Feinberg, Public Information Officer, Cambridge Public Health Department Telephone: 617-665-3833 | Cell: 617-455-2671 | Email: sfeinberg@challiance.org | @CambHealth Three Cambridge Residents Test Positive...
Susan Fleischmann, Mar 13, 20
Cambridge Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui and Vice Mayor Alanna Mallon bring Cambridge up to date on how the City is dealing with the coronavirus. 3-13-2020
Beverly Mire, Mar 11, 20
Mt. Auburn Street. A wicker chair and blooming crocus make the world's troubles seem far away.
she the people
Siobhan Bredin, Mar 8, 20
It was ironic, or perhaps, fitting, to attend a reading of She the People: A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women’s Equality at the Cambridge Public Library on the day after the front runner female...
Friedman at Geo Lecture
Joe Creason, Mar 6, 20
I sat down with William ‘Ned’ Friedman, Director of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, about an hour before his talk at the Geo Lecture hall. The subject of his lecture: who discovered evolution? Textbooks from elementary schools to the graduate level will credit...