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2010 Budget Drafted Despite Uncertainty

City Manager Robert W. Healy and his team presented the initial draft of Cambridge’s fiscal year 2010 budget yesterday, which

New Councillor Seeks Own Niche

At 10 a.m. on a Friday morning, City Councillor Larry W. Ward walks into Au Bon Pain wearing a sweatshirt,

City Officials Decry Harvard Staff Cuts

Union representatives and members of the Harvard community petitioned the City Council yesterday in response to the University’s low-wage worker

Cambridge Council Swears in Leadership

The swearing-in of new leadership and debate over development plans in the nearby Silver Maple Forest brought both celebration and

City Council Seat Filled After Public Recount

The Cambridge City Council spot vacated by Brian P. Murphy ’86-87 was filled by Larry Ward after a public recount

City Council Opposes Surveillance Cameras

The Cambridge City Council voted last night to oppose the use of Homeland Security surveillance cameras in eight locations in

A Day in the Life of an Exam Proctor

Judith R. Dortz, a retired administrator who has proctored Harvard exams for several semesters, said that during the three-hour finals,

Can UC Candidates Deliver?

The platforms of Undergraduate Council presidential candidates promise academic change. They promise to alter the way freshman courses are graded

Lab Plans Raise Safety Concerns

Are the biotechnology firms in Cambridge a blessing or a curse? At the City Council session last night, concerned members

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Shoppers Hit Square Stores

Retailers rolled out a variety of promotions and discounts with mixed results last Friday in an effort to lure recession-weary

China Care Event To Benefit Orphans

Members of the local community reached out to orphans in China through the third annual Harvard China Care benefit dinner

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Panel Analyzes Palin’s Candidacy

Four public policy experts met in the Fong Auditorium last night to debate the positions of Republican vice presidential candidate

Students Walk for Ugandans

Harvard students marched in Boston on Saturday to raise awareness of what former UN Under-Secretary General of Humanitarian affairs Jan

High Schoolers Encouraged To Vote

Representatives from the Cambridge Election Commission worked to register young voters at Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School yesterday, before

Light Shed on Sexual Violence

A representative for the Iraqi History Project Etelle R. Higonnet drew attention to the under-reported phenomenon of sexual violence in

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