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Mayor Maher’s Allston Street Fire Relief Fund

The City of  Cambridge and Mayor David Maher have created a Fire Relief Fund for the nine families that were displaced by the devastating fire that ripped through three homes on Allston Street during the early morning hours of Sunday, July 27th. Thankfully, no injuries were reported, but the majority of the residents displaced were … Continue reading »

1st Annual Harvard Job Fair July 21

The Harvard Square Business Association is hosting a free job fair in historic Winthrop Park on Monday, July 21st, from 2pm – 4pm. There will be numerous job opportunities, and this is your chance to meet hiring managers all in one location. Remember to bring plenty of resumes. The following businesses will be onsite collecting resumes … Continue reading »

Green Line Extension Public Hearing – July 10th

The MBTA will hold a public hearing to review an Equivalent Facilitation Request by the Green Line Extension (GLX) on Thursday, July 10, 2014. The hearing will be held at the Dr. Albert F. Argenziano School at Lincoln Park, 290 Washington Street, Somerville, MA from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm in the cafeteria. The Equivalent Facilitation Request … Continue reading »

East End House Receives Re-Accreditation

Congratulations to the East End House for receiving re-accreditation from both the Council of Accreditation (COA) as well as the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). This endorsement recognizes that East End’s practices are in full alignment with best practices for the learning, health, and development of our youth. East End House, … Continue reading »

Green Line Extension: Community Path Meeting

The Green Line Extension (GLX) Project Team will hold a public meeting to review the latest design plans for the Community Path on Wednesday, May 14 at the Holiday Inn in Somerville on 30 Washington Street from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. MassDOT Secretary & CEO Richard A. Davey announced on April 30th that as … Continue reading »

Buses Only on Longfellow Bridge This Weekend

Temperatures are expected to rise this weekend as the polar vortex remembers why it’s called a “polar” vortex in the first place. That’s good news for the folks working on the Longfellow Bridge, because they’ll be working hard this weekend during one of the project’s planned service diversions. As with previous weekend diversions, the only … Continue reading »

Cambridge After-School Programs Win Additional Funding

Christmas came early for Cambridge’s City Sprouts and East End House after-school programs. Both groups recently received five-figure “quality enhancement” grants from the Commonwealth’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The money is intended to fund an expanded menu of STEM-focused service-learning summer programs and to expand the amount of time our kids spend learning … Continue reading »