Last night around 9:30pm a neighbor heard two guys on bikes going through a can on Griswold Street. The got into the unlocked car and rummaged through it, but did not steal anything as there was nothing to take. The police were notified.
Please be sure to keep your vehicles locked and to keep . . . → Read More
Amoroso, Joseph A. “Babe” Of Cambridge, May 9, Retired Lt., Cambridge Police Dept. Beloved husband of the late Esther (D’Arrigo). Devoted father of Joseph, Jr. and his wife Donna, Marie Davis and her husband Bunker, Janice Martin and her husband John, Patricia Amoroso and her fiancé James McAlpine. Loving grandfather of Jeff and Andrea Martin, Oliver, Esther, Benjamin Davis, Christina Mulcahy and great-grandfather of Taney and Sarah Martin, . . . → Read More
The City of Cambridge will host its first World Café focused on Information Technology Thursday, May 10, from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM, at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School, Pearl K. Wise Library, 459 Broadway. The objective of the event is to engage the public in discussion about Information Technology and use the input . . . → Read More
Sergeants James Crowley and Steven Lefebvre invite all Cambridge Highlands residents to join them in a conversation about current crime trends, neighborhood safety and quality of life issues.
When: April 26, 2012 Time: 7:00 pm Where: Sancta Maria Hospital – Conference Room
Visit www.CambridgePolice.org/NeighborhoodSergeants for information about the Neighborhood Sergeants assigned to your neighborhood, . . . → Read More
Please see the information below about the proposed MBTA fare increases/service reductions. The MBTA is holding a public meeting in Cambridge on Feb 29th from 6-8pm at the Senior Center (800 Mass Ave.)
If you are interested in preparing an individual testimony for the Feb 29th meeting – please contact Allentza Michel at the . . . → Read More
After nearly two months and 10 rounds of voting, Cambridge has finally elected a new mayor, Councilor Henrietta Davis.
The 66-year-old Davis was elected by her colleagues in a unanimous vote last night, breaking an impasse that dates to the beginning of the year.
City Council members and the audience at Cambridge City Hall . . . → Read More
Noticed that a lot of people did not put their trash out, but we are scheduled for regular pickup this week:
Trash and Recycling Collection
There will be no change in the curbside trash and recycling pickup during the weeks of December 19 and December 26. Curbside trash and recycling collection will take place . . . → Read More