By - 3/11/14 - 4:32 pm
White geese in Cambridge

Jaeseung Hahn captured the scene in Cambridgeport yesterday morning, when the white geese of the Charles River went for a stroll.

By - 9/25/13 - 10:21 am
No parking

Truck Stop Tea Party spotted this sign in Cambridgeport.

Copyright Truck Stop Tea Party. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

By - 2/9/13 - 7:53 pm

Cambridgeport, before

Rebecca Volynsky photographed her Cambridgeport street before and after the blizzard.

Cambridgeport, after... Read more

By - 5/12/12 - 11:37 am

Geese on train tracks.

Some geese were just hanging out this morning on the train track on the Cambridge side of the BU Bridge.

By - 5/23/11 - 3:08 pm

The parents of a girl bitten by a brown Chihuahua in Cambridgeport last week are hoping the owner will come forward and let them know if she has to complete her painful rabies injections, Wicked Local Cambridge reports.

By - 11/14/09 - 5:04 pm

BellyGlad reports on a talk about raising urban chickens, says there are lots of live chickens living in Cambridgeport, while Somerville bans chicken raising. Also:

Shredded junk mail makes great chicken litter.

By - 7/14/08 - 8:11 am

Spatch shows the dangers of leaving an old sign up long after the bar has closed, in Cambridgeport.

By - 5/17/08 - 11:24 pm

Chemi Che-Mponda reports on a fire on River Street today.

By - 3/13/08 - 11:58 am

Cambridge Police report that Cambridge Hospital officials called them when a pregnant woman tried using a stolen ID around 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday (no word if she was in labor). When police arrived, they found the car her male acquaintance had used to drive her there had been stolen - and was loaded with "ten stolen pocketbooks and several personal identifications from victims of... Read more

By - 3/22/06 - 5:17 pm

On Democracy for America - Cambridge, Ssachs signals support for a Silver Line-like bus line from Allston to Central Square via Cambridgeport:

... Any transportation system worth its salt will have heavier reliance on buses than subways, since bus routes are more flexible and cheaper to run (and are consequently more affordable for commuters). ...

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