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Lady Cop

Deputy Superintendent Pauline Wells

I first laid eyes on DS Wells at the Senior Center in Central Square on election night. I was on the CCTV crew covering the election results, while she, along with the new police Commissioner, Branville G. Bard, Jr and several other police officers were on duty protecting the process.

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Kids-Only! Holiday Sale

An opportunity for school-age children to purchase gifts for family and friends in this safe, supportive, and fun environment.

Our sale features a wide variety of affordable items from peppermills to stuffed animals to holiday cards to eco-friendly wares to handmade crafts created by Agassiz Baldwin Afterschool students.  Proceeds support students enrolled in Agassiz Baldwin Children’s Programs.

The Kids Only! Holiday Sale is at Maud Morgan Arts, 20A Sacramento St., Cambridge.

Saturday, December 16th from 10:00am-1:30pm

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Drawn From Within: Agassiz Baldwin Community and Maud Morgan Arts Staff and Faculty Show

Artwork from Maud Morgan Arts faculty artists and Agassiz Baldwin Community staff members.

Come see the range of paintings, photos, sculptures, prints, drawings and more from artists united by their connection to a community agency. On display through January 11, 2018.

Chandler Gallery

20 Sacramento Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm

 

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Cambridge Residents Support Bike Safety Initiatives, Encourage Better Planning

A man enters a handicap accessible vehicle parked in a bike lane in front of Skenderian Apothecary on Cambridge Street on Oct. 5. Some city residents have complained the newly installed bike lanes are creating safety concerns for people who use wheelchairs.  (Photo courtesy of Robert Skenderian)

By Remi Duhé and Eve Zuckoff
BU News Service

CAMBRIDGE–An ongoing controversy over bike lanes in Cambridge has made some residents celebrate the new infrastructure, but question the accessibility and safety.

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Red Line Construction Disrupts Cambridge, Boston Residents

A passenger stands on Park Street’s Red Line platform for outbound service from Boston to Cambridge. This line is affected by the suspension of weekend service between Kendall/MIT stations and Park Street through mid-December. Photo Credit: Paige Smith/BU News Service

By Christy Osler and Paige Smith, Boston University News Service

LONGFELLOW BRIDGE — For the past month, those trying to go back and forth between Boston and Cambridge on the subway on weekends has gotten an extra bus ride for their $2.25. And they’ve lost at least 15 minutes in the bargain.

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Early Morning Blaze in Cambridgeport Damages Multiple Buildings

About 60 Have Been Displaced Within Blocks of Central Square 11/30/2017

Cambridgeport fire Nov 30, 2017

November 30th 2017 

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Not for Nothin' - Douroula Sister City

the possibility of a new Sister City for Cambridge

A discussion with Konate Oumarou about his country, Burkina Faso, and the possibility of forming a Sister City relationship between Cambridge and his town, Douroula – Mouhoun. Please see that attached presentation. For more information and to help with the Sister City project, contact Oumarou: okonate@hotmail.com 11-27-2018

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Cambridge Residents Weigh in On National “Take a Knee” Movement

Cambridge Residents Weigh in On National “Take a Knee” Movement
By Lupe Jacobson and Conner Reed
BU News Service

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Despite Decline in Opioid-related Deaths, Addiction Still a Problem for Cambridge

Pat Medeiros is the founder of Cambridge Overcoming Addiction. She lost her daughter, Bernadine, to a 20-year heroin addiction.

As has been reported, opioid related deaths in Massachusetts are down 10 percent so far this year.