City officials and activists gathered in City Hall Wednesday to discuss bike safety in Cambridge.
Supermarket conglomerate Stop & Shop has proposed constructing up to 1,000 housing units about a mile away from Harvard’s science and engineering complex in Allston, prompting concerns from residents about potential demographic changes in the neighborhood.
Hundreds gathered in Jackson Mann Community School’s gymnasium to give input on an ongoing effort to renovate the Massachusetts Turnpike.
Cambridge’s top officials called on residents to reject President Donald Trump’s “misguided and un-American” actions.
The Cambridge City Council moved to delay voting on a petition Monday that could increase Cambridge’s number of medical marijuana dispensaries.
Kent K. Haeffner '17 (left) and Dustin L. Zacharias knock on a door in Laconia, New Hampshire, canvassing for the Republican Party. They were not canvassing in support of Donald Trump, however. Instead, they were rallying support for the New Hampshire senator Kelly Ayotte.
Harvard students excited for the possibility of legalized marijuana in Massachusetts may find it sobering that, if Harvard follows the paths of other universities, the drug will likely remain banned on campus even if Massachusetts Ballot Question 4 passes.
The Cambridge City Council passed three resolutions aimed at preserving the character of Harvard Square, including a proposed meeting with the University and other local stakeholders.