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City Dancers Search for Space

City councillors, local administrators, and Cantabrigian dancing enthusiasts gathered last night in a special roundtable meeting to discuss the fate

Cambridge Council Plans to Audit City Manager, Improve Mass. Ave., and Honor Burger of the City

Cambridge city councillors serenaded the new mayor, Kenneth E. Reeves ’72, who is one month into his term, with a

City Council Approves Purchase of VFW Center Near Fresh Pond

In the final meeting of its 2004-2005 session, the Cambridge City Council bid adieu to its lone departing member before


At their penultimate meeting of the year yesterday, Cambridge city councillors sparred over a proposal that could alter the balance

THE NEWS IN BRIEF: Cambridge denies Harvard’s construction truck request

Massachusetts has denied Harvard’s request to route trucks involved in the construction of its Cowperthwaite Street graduate dormitory along Memorial

Kelley Poised to Unseat Council Incumbent

Environmental consultant Craig Kelley was poised to replace three-term veteran David P. Maher on the Cambridge City Council, with the

City Council Complains Of Strict Regulations in Harvard-Owned Senior Living Facility

Two weeks before municipal elections, the Cambridge City Council last night complained of “draconian rules and regulations” in senior living

Students Protest Marriage Ban

Sarah J. Sidwell ’09 stood near the State House in Boston Wednesday, only four days after moving into Pennypacker, waving

Arrested Dealer May Have Lifted Harvard Maps

The June 8 arrest at Yale University of an antique map dealer has sent officials at libraries across the United

Process Moves Online

One of Harvard College’s biannual traditions will go the way of the slide rule this fall, as registration day—the ritual

KSG Rewards Gov’t Programs

The White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) was among the six winners last week of the 2005 Innovations

Construction Irks Riverside Residents

Several residents of the Kerry Corner neighborhood near Mather House complained to the Cambridge City Council about the ongoing construction

City Council Candidates Enter Race

All nine current members of the Cambridge City Council—plus an assortment of nine Democratic, Libertarian, and even Republican challengers—declared their

University Sells Most Of Forest Holdings

Less than eight years after amassing over 2,000 square miles of forest land, Harvard will sell two-thirds of its holdings

Power To Advise Obama For Year

One of Harvard’s brightest stars will take a leave of absence next year to advise Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), himself