I just can’t attend an event run by people that have helped kill everything that made Cambridge special
Last month, the City set today as the deadline for the removal of the tents and the directing of inhabitants to low threshold, supportive housing
The pandemic spurred the city to find new housing for people experiencing homelessness. Will these programs continue?
Brockton hotel being acquired by Father Bill’s and MainSpring.
A holiday message
Institutions with more wealth than many nations have no excuse for inaction during a pandemic
A temporary homeless shelter opened Saturday night at the War Memorial Recreation Center in Mid-Cambridge—after two weeks before city councillors and a day late after a last-minute change requiring guests to test negative for COVID-19. Results from tests at the city’s warming center for the homeless Thursday did not arrive until Saturday afternoon.
Editor's note: The following petition was drafted by Cambridge City Councilor Quinton Zondervan and is reprinted here in the public interest. Read "Cambridge Plan to Warehouse Homeless Could Spark COVID Outbreak" by DigBoston's Jason Pramas for more background.
City Council, Gov. Baker have the power to force universities—Harvard, MIT, and Lesley—and hotels to provide better alternatives
“We said we’re going to do this the same way the British had to get their troops out of Dunkirk,” the radio host said. “It was an immediate need. They were going to die and homeless people are dying.”