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11/15/2017 3:25 p.m. Expect traffic delays on Sunday, Nov. 19, starting at 7:30 a.m. in Kendall Square, Central Square, Riverside & Cambridgeport during the 2017 Cambridge Half Marathon (Course Time Limit: 3 hours). The event will also impact MBTA bus service along the route. The 13.1 mile race starts at CambridgeSide, heads west through MIT & Harvard to No Beacon St. bridge in Watertown, then back along the Charles River to finish line in Canal Park. More details »

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  • Joint Statement Regarding Recent Shooting Incidents

    The Mayor, City Manager and Police Commissioner wanted to let residents know that the recent violence that has occurred in the Cambridgeport and Riverside neighborhoods is of the deepest concern and the highest priority for the Cambridge Police Department and the City of Cambridge

  • Helping Houston

    Mayor E. Denise Simmons and City Manager Louis A. DePasquale are asking residents and businesses of Cambridge to contribute to helping support residents of Houston, Texas who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

  • Women's Equality Day Proclamation

    The Honorable Mayor of Cambridge formally declares August 26, 2017 to be Women’s Equality Day in the City of Cambridge.

  • Mayor Simmons & LGBTQ+ Commission To Host Town Hall Meeting

    Mayor E. Denise Simmons and the LGBTQ+ Commission will be co-hosting Come Out of the Margins: A Cambridge Town Hall Meeting in the Sullivan Chamber inside City Hall. This meeting will be an opportunity for people from all across the Cambridge community to share their concerns with City leaders about the direction the country has taken in recent months

  • Mayor Shines Spotlight on Pay Equity “Early Adopters”

    Mayor E. Denise Simmons announces more than two dozen local businesses are bringing gender wage parity to their companies.

  • Mayor Simmons to Host Members of the Famed “Syracuse 8” in Cambridge

    Mayor E. Denise Simmons will be hosting Alif Muhammad, Greg Allen, and John Lobon for a discussion about sports, civil rights, and confronting institutionalized discrimination. These three individuals were members of the “Syracuse 8,” a group college athletes who, in the late 1960s, put their college and future professional careers on the line by speaking out against a system of racial discrimination on the Syracuse University football team

  • Black History Month 2017

    Each year since 1976, the United States has set aside each February to celebrate and reflect upon the achievements and contributions to our country and our history by people of color. While we can and should be celebrating the contributions of all of the great diverse members of our society each and every day,

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