On October 4, archivists from the Cambridge Historical Commission took over the City of Cambridge Twitter account to answer your questions about any and all things archives. Continue reading Ask An Archivist Day
Cambridge is home to the largest collection of contemporary public art in New England, with more than 250 artworks in locations throughout the City. Continue reading Dynamic Public Art Program Creates Record of Cambridge Life
Last year, Cambridge Firefighter Timothy Norton came up with an idea to educate local teens about the work of the Cambridge Fire Department. Continue reading Getting Cambridge Youth Fired Up
As a City, we are committed to supporting and promoting the safety, health, and well-being of all of our residents and providing services to all, regardless of their immigration status. Continue reading Opening the Doors to Opportunity
Envision Cambridge has launched a new engagement tool to collect public feedback on draft goals related to:
- Climate & Environment
Can you guess the neighborhoods associated with our trivia questions?
In August, Branville G. Bard, Jr., took command of the Cambridge Police Department, and he recently spoke with THE CAMBRIDGE LIFE to share his thoughts on policing and getting to know the Cambridge community.