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Allston residents demanded a response from Harvard at a recent Harvard-Allston Task Force meeting about alleged damage to their homes caused by construction on a University-owned plot of land.
The Cambridge City Council approved a six-month pilot program for Bridj, a transportation startup, on Monday night.
On Tuesday, former Kirkland House tutor Eric P. Lesser ’07 secured the Massachusetts State Senate seat for the First Hampden and Hampshire District.
Maura T. Healey '92 won the race for Massachusetts Attorney General Tuesday night, becoming the first openly gay person to be elected attorney general in the United States.
Massachusetts voters picked a new governor on Tuesday, but also voted on several new ballot measures.
He will be the first Republican governor of the Bay State since 2006.
Some attendees at the weekly meeting criticized the Planning Board for not being sufficiently representative of the greater Cambridge community.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development reported last week that the homeless population in Massachusetts has experienced the third highest increase of the 50 states in the past year.
Cantabrigians entering voting booths around Harvard today can expect to cast ballots that will determine a contentious gubernatorial race and some ballot measures.
At the meeting, which drew more than 20 residents, some members of the Cambridge community raised concerns about the impact of the school’s proposed renovations on the surrounding area and nearby construction.
Harvard police reported 40 instances of forced sexual contact on or near campus in 2013, more than any other Ivy League school, last week.
The Cambridge Police Department arrested an unidentified youth after an unarmed robbery Sunday outside Leverett House, following a chase.
The eatery will be located at 1 Bow St., the former location of Dunkin’ Donuts; its hours have not yet been determined.
Revere resident Mariel Teves, 24, was arrested early Saturday morning after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend.