Landmarking the kiosk building could help maintain its architecture in the $4.6 million revamp of the plaza headed its way.
For the thirteenth year in a row, most Cambridge residents will see little to no increase in their property tax rates, according to a report presented to the city Council Monday night.
The lawsuit argues that because marijuana is still illegal under federal law, the proposed Winthrop St. dispensary should not be allowed to open.
“We cannot raise $50,000 to build new classrooms, but what we can do is get socks,” said an organizer of the drive.
After Cambridge City Council agreed to redevelop the Foundry Building outside of Kendall Square, the city manager appropriated $30 million to complete the project at the body’s meeting Monday night.
Several University officials received emailed bomb threats Wednesday afternoon, though HUPD says they are not credible and no buildings have been evacuated.
The real estate deal could fetch more than $100 million and reshape the face of Harvard Square.
More than a dozen candidates for Cambridge City Council discussed how to make housing more affordable in the city at an event hosted by the Harvard College Democrats Tuesday night.
Since the first freshmen arrived on campus for pre-orientation programs on August 15, the Harvard University Police Department has recorded 17 bike thefts or attempted bike thefts.
After severe state budget cuts, youth homeless center Youth on Fire is at risk of shutting down if it does not receive more money from the government this month.
Will H. MacArthur ’20, a candidate for the School Committee, and Nadya T. Okamoto ’20, a candidate for City Council, launched their respective electoral efforts this year.