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Statement on April 6 Shepard Restaurant & Bar Hearing from Cambridge City Officials

April 21, 2017

A statement from City of Cambridge officials is now available regarding the April 6 hearing on the use of solid fuel (wood and charcoal) as a cooking source at Shepard Restaurant and Bar. A final decision from Commissioner of Public Health Patrick Wardell is expected to be released no later than mid-June.

April 13 Update: Shepard Restaurant & Bar Hearing

April 13, 2017

An update is available on the April 6 hearing regarding smoke and odors alleged to be emanating from the use of solid fuel (wood and charcoal) at the Shepard Restaurant & Bar.

$500 Mini-Grants Available for Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Projects

March 3, 2017

The Cambridge Public Health Department, through its Cambridge in Motion and Let’s Move Cambridge initiatives, will award ten $500 mini-grants to support community projects that promote healthy eating and physical activity.

Hearing Postponed: Use of Solid Fuel (Wood and Charcoal) as a Cooking Source at Shepard Restaurant & Bar

March 2, 2017

The previously noticed hearing before the Commissioner of Public Health on the use of solid fuel (wood and charcoal) as a cooking source at the Shepard Restaurant & Bar, located at 1 Shepard Street in Cambridge, MA, has been rescheduled to take place on April 6, 2017 at 4 p.m. at the Cambridge Health Alliance Windsor Street Care Center.

Cambridge Celebrates White Ribbon Day 2017

February 17, 2017

The City of Cambridge is celebrating Cambridge White Ribbon Day during the week of Feb. 27–March 3. On March 1, people who live and work in Cambridge are encouraged to wear white to show that they are put of the solution to end gender-based violence.


Suzy Feinberg, MPH
Public Information Officer

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