Over 60 Cambridge residents met for the second session of the Climate Emergency Congress on Saturday to vote on a list of recommendations responding to the city’s climate challenges. Four hours and 52 minutes later, the delegates came to the consensus to reconvene for a third session.
About six months ago, when Sgt. James Crowley arrested Professor Henry Louis "Skip" Gates for disorderly conduct, it's unlikely that ...
Cambridge City Council members were unable to reach a decision over the election of a new mayor at the Council's inaugural meeting on Monday.
A man holds a sign outside the Harvard Square T-stop offering a “Free Bible Quiz.” Bruce M. Benson says his objective is not to convert people, but to start conversations with the people he encounters in the Square. And the Pit, the sunken amphitheater that surrounds the T-stop entrance, seemed the perfect place for interesting encounters.