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  • Cambridge Police Arrest Three and Recover Three Firearms

    The Cambridge Police Department today announced that three suspects have been arrested following a late Thursday night shooting in Somerville.

  • Small Business COVID-19 Webinars

    The SBA, SCORE, and other local business organizations are offering a variety of small business education sessions around COVID-19 topics. Learn about these upcoming opportunities and more. Unless otherwise noted, these programs are not presented by the City of Cambridge.

  • Daily Log 7.1.2020

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for July 1, 2020.

  • Residential Smoke & CO Detector Inspections

    Cambridge Fire Department is resuming Residential Smoke Detector/Carbon Monoxide Detector Inspections

  • Phase III of Reopening Massachusetts Set to Begin on July 6

    Baker-Polito Administration Initiates Transition to Third Phase of Four-Phase Approach

  • Cambridge's Community Benefits Advisory Committee to Offer $1 Million in Grants to Eligible Nonprofit Organizations

    The Community Benefits Advisory Committee (CBAC) will be issuing an application for $10,000 grants for up to 100 eligible 501c3 nonprofit organizations. The grants will support services to vulnerable Cambridge residents during the COVID-19 emergency and recovery.

  • City of Cambridge Amends Temporary Emergency Restrictions on Public Meetings and Events

    The City of Cambridge today announced that all City-sponsored community events, athletic events, events permitted for the use of City parks or other City-sponsored public gatherings will be cancelled through July 30, 2020. City Sponsored Youth Sports to resume July 12.

  • Daily Log 6.30.2020

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service for June 30, 2020.

  • Cambridge Together Apart

    Covid-19 has prompted us to rethink how we can come together as a community during difficult times while maintaining a safe physical distance. Our porches, windows, sidewalks, doorways, or front yards can serve as platforms for self-expression, connection, and solidarity. During the month of July, the City of Cambridge encourages you to connect with your neighbors from afar by making use of these spaces.

  • Director's Update, June 29, 2020

    Planning Underway for Pop Up Grab and Go Service for Youth, Communal Reading of Frederick Douglass on July 2

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