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Court Bans Walsh From Serving on Council

BOSTON--William H. Walsh, a fixture of Cambridge politics for the past decade, is a city councillor no longer. Associate Justice

Walsh Receives 18-Month Term For Bank Fraud

BOSTON--Cambridge City Councillor William H. Walsh was sentenced to 18 months in prison yesterday for 41 counts of bank fraud


The sentencing of Cambridge City Councillor William H. Walsh on 41 counts of bank fraud and conspiracy in U.S. District

Students Turn Out to Cast Their Votes

Some students took time out of midterms and classes to vote yesterday, but an election official said their turnout was

Woman Says Harvard Covered Up Evidence

A woman who slipped and broke her hip on an allegedly slippery surface in the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) has

City's Politics Remain All in the Family

In 1980, former Secretary of State Cyrus R. Vance was scheduled to give the keynote address at Harvard's Commencement. And

Student Sues Coop

An Extension School student has filed suit against the Coop, alleging that he was detained by employees of the store

Rent Control Issue Heats Up

The war over Cambridge's most perennially divisive political issue--rent control--heated up last year as landlord groups campaigned for a statewide

Noise Annoys Residents Near Divinity School

Residents near the Harvard Divinity School complained yesterday that landscapers preparing the school for Commencement violated an agreement to limit

Harassment Trial Starts Friday

A sexual harassment suit against a Harvard Extension School research advisor brought by his former co-worker will go to trial

Harvard, City Will Increase Cooperation in Next Decade.

In a meeting at the posh Inn at Harvard Square yesterday afternoon, Harvard Director of Planning Kathy A. Spiegelman told

Harvard, City Face Suit For Biolabs Expansion

A Harvard lecturer and her husband have filed suit against the University and the Cambridge Board of Zoning Appeal claiming

Rent Control Foes Win Key Victory

In what could prove an important victory for opponents of rent control, a Massachusetts judge recently ruled that a petition

Sexual Harassment Suit Raises Questions

In May of 1991, L. Dodge Ferruled Jr., the assistant dean of the Extension School, wrote a desperate memorandum to

Council To Clarify Document

In response to a petition that demands revision and implementation of a blueprint for the city's future development, the city