The Cambridge City Council will vote on a resolution Monday calling upon Congress to look into impeaching President Donald Trump, alleging that his business holdings violate the U.S. Constitution.
Cantabrigians called for the City Council to take steps to continue to increase the availability of housing in Cambridge at the body's weekly meeting.
Cambridge City Councillors voted unanimously Monday night to support the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts’ calls for the state to withdraw from a federal customs enforcement training program.
Cambridge City Councillors formally requested that the Cambridge Historical Commission considering designating the Abbott Building in Harvard Square as a historical landmark at its weekly meeting Monday.
Cambridge City Manager Louis A. DePasquale invited the public to assist city officials in the search for a new police commissioner in an announcement Wednesday.
City officials and activists gathered in City Hall Wednesday to discuss bike safety in Cambridge.
Cambridge residents flocked to a City Council meeting by the dozens Monday, urging the body to create a new “tree task force.”
Cambridge City Councillors modified existing zoning ordinances regarding medical marijuana dispensaries, permitting the establishment of potentially “five or six” new dispensaries in the city, according to Vice Mayor Marc C. McGovern.
Cambridge’s top officials called on residents to reject President Donald Trump’s “misguided and un-American” actions.
Dozens of Cambridge residents advocated for building more bike lanes around Cambridge at a City Council Monday.
Cambridge, a “sanctuary city" for undocumented immigrants, stands to lose funding from the federal government after an executive order from President Donald Trump.
The Young Turks broadcast a live panel from the Kennedy School about the aftermath of the 2016 election, as part of their nationwide tour.
Patrons sipped cups of mint tea as they sought to savor the final hours of Café Algiers, a small and mystical restaurant that served up Middle Eastern treats for 45 years in Harvard Square.
Some Harvard students are sizzling from excitement with the return of popular healthy fast food restaurant b.good to a new location in Harvard Square, following a six-month hiatus.
Former Massachusetts Governor and now Libertarian Party Vice Presidential nominee William F. Weld '66 projected confidence regarding his ticket's long-shot bid for the White House.