Nicholas W. Sundberg
School of Design To Offer Free Online Course
A new online course from the GSD will offer students the opportunity to study the fundamentals of architecture from Harvard professors for free.
City Council Talks Republican Tax Plan, Affordable Housing
The Cambridge City Council discussed possible changes to city funding as a result of the proposed Republican tax plan at its Monday meeting.
City Council Funds Programs for Homeless Teens
City councillors approved tens of thousands of dollars in funding to expand work programs and social help for homeless teens in the city at their weekly meeting Monday.
Preliminary Vote Count Shows Six Incumbents Re-Elected to City Council
A preliminary vote count shows Cambridge electing six incumbents and three new officials to City Council.
Jan Devereux, an incumbent running for her second term, has lived in Cambridge since 1993. She was the only non-incumbent elected as councillor in 2015.
City Council Greenlights Volpe Redevelopment
The Cambridge City Council voted Monday to approve a new housing development that will include 280 affordable units near Kendall Square.
Bernie Sanders Endorses City Council Candidates
Sanders endorsed five candidates for Cambridge City Council and candidates for a number of Somerville positions.
Cambridge City Manager Proposes 2018 Property Tax Rate
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.
Councillor Mazen Teases Congressional Run
Mazen recently filed a statement of candidacy that would have him running a campaign to fill the seat of retiring House Rep. Niki Tsongas.
Cambridge Talks Lighting, Urban Wildlife at Weekly Meeting
Councillors and Cantabrigians talked affordable housing, light pollution, and bunnies at the City Council's meeting Monday.