In the wake of the University’s pledge some Allston and Brighton residents said they were thrilled by the promised influx of Harvard money. Others were less optimistic.
The University also promised up to $8 million to help construct another, interim transportation station in Allston in a letter sent to the Mass. Dept. of Transportation.
“My hope for this term is that we really take steps forward to become the socially and economically just community that we truly claim to be and want to be,” McGovern said.
The Cambridge City Council discussed possible changes to city funding as a result of the proposed Republican tax plan at its Monday meeting.
Several property owners contend that a letter falsely touted their support for Dhanda’s attempt to prevent the opening of a local medical marijuana dispensary.
Harvard proposed developing a 14-acre plot of its now-empty land in Allston, prompting concern from some Allston residents at a community forum.
Students strolling the streets of Cambridge can exercise their pedestrian right-of-way a little more safely.
A preliminary vote count shows Cambridge electing six incumbents and three new officials to City Council.
More than a dozen handmade stickers reading “It’s okay to be white” surfaced around Harvard Square Wednesday, prompting a Harvard Law School Dean to denounce them.
The rise in appraised property values provides a window into the economic forces reshaping Harvard Square.
Police from the Middlesex Sheriff’s Department presented a court order to seize the property this morning.