Like a timid Shakespearean character, Felipe Ruiz seemed destined for anonymity until events thrust a touch of greatness upon him.
Although he says his only immediate aim is to rebuild the Republican Party at the local level, former Texas Gov.
The Second Annual Hooker's Masquerade Ball at The Club was probably the most bizarre and fun party in Cambridge on
Peter Reilly was both the victim and the beneficiary of a small New England village's behavior. Living in an unheated
Cambridge Convention '77 supporters breathed easier yesterday when unofficial counts for number one votes in the Cambridge School Committee race
Many observers were stunned yesterday when unofficial tallies for number one votes in the Cambridge City Council race showed only
Cambridge elections traditionally have far fewer major issues relative to state and national races because voters seem to care most
Mayor Alfred E. Vellucci is the king of street smarts. A seventh grade dropout who speaks four languages, he has
The state selection committee for the developer of the commercial sector of the subway yards on Boylston St. may disqualify
Cambridge City Councilor Walter J. Sullivan, who is also an assistant clerk of courts at the Middlesex Court House, and
President Bok announced yesterday the Atlantic Richfield Company will donate $1.13 million for the Kennedy School of Government's new building,
In an atmosphere one councilor described as "trying to please everyone in an election year," the Cambridge City Council held
S LEEPY SOUTHERN TOWNS breed insanity. The stagnant air and oppressive mugginess drive their inhabitants crazy. Eccentricities grow into neuroses
Cambridge Mayor Alfred E. Vellucci resigned yesterday from a 27-year job as principal tax examiner for the state Department of
The Cambridge City Council last night unanimously approved the weakest of six legislative petitions to stem the increase in tenant