Cambridge City Council
Citizens of Cambridge and several neighboring towns will vote in a special election this spring to fill imprisoned ex-senator Anthony D. Galluccio’s vacant seat in the Massachusetts state legislature, Senate President Therese Murray announced Wednesday.
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.
Massachusetts State Senator Anthony D. Galluccio, who has attributed failed breathalyzer tests to his toothpaste, was sentenced Monday to one year in jail for violating his probation in a hit-and-run accident.
Massachusetts State Senator Anthony D. Galluccio resigned his Senate seat Tuesday night after being sentenced on Monday to a year in jail for violating his probation for an October hit-and-run accident.
Massachusetts State Senator Anthony D. Galluccio, sentenced recently to six months’ home confinement for an October 4 hit-and-run accident, failed a series of breathalyzer tests on Tuesday and attributed the results to his use of two brands of toothpastes.
Tuesday’s Cambridge municipal elections were a landmark for the city, marked by the election of the first Asian-American City Councillor and the first write-in candidate, according to new results released by the Cambridge Election Commission yesterday.