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We Need a Square Deal

V ARSITY Liquor is moving out. The little store wedged into a corner of the Square next to the Tasty

Underground Mag Gives Bohemian View

"The goal is muckraking really, something that's fresh, that's graphically unique, something that's not objective, that takes in its surroundings."

Cambridge May Sue City Department

The city of Cambridge may sue its own building department for violating city ordinances related to rent control regulations. At

City Permits Nativity Display on Common

A nativity scene may adorn the Cambridge Common again this year after the Cambridge City Council last night voted to

Council Ending Lackadaisical Year

At the half-way point of the Cambridge City Council's two year tenure even members say there are few real accomplishments

Council Still Considering Plans for Linkage in City

More than a year after the Cambridge City Council rejected proposals to link future building with support for low- and

Volunteers Play Politics

"The whole guts of our operation has been students," says James D. Spencer, field director for the Congressional campaign of

City Okays Mass. Ave. Lot's Lease

The Cambridge City Council voted last night to lease a city-owned parking lot for a proposed commercial and residential building

New Hotel's Planners Face Access Charges

A Harvard faculty member's architectural firm--which designed the newly opened Cambridge Center Marriott hotel in Kendall Square--will go before a

City Council Votes to Increase Salary, Continue Contract for City Manager

The Cambridge City Council voted last week to extend the city manager's contract for two more years and to draw

Mass. Avenue Rezoned by City

To a loud round of applause from the audience of Cambridge residents, the City Council last night unanimously approved a

Cambridge School Committee Ponders Building New Student Health Clinic

The Cambridge School Committee is considering a proposal for a comprehensive health clinic to be located at the Cambridge Rindge

Council Hears Cabbie Complaints, Requests

A group of more than 50 cab drivers walked into City Hall yesterday to protest alleged police harassment, unfair treatment

Rent Control Board Says Harvard Rented Illegally

Harvard rented an apartment to a commercial tenant illegally, according to a ruling by the Cambridge Rent Control Board last

Tenants Say Harvard Rents Illegally to Businesses, Cover-Up Denied at Recent Fact-Finding Hearing

Tenants at a Harvard-owned building in Harvard Square are complaining about recently announced plans to improve the building. Also at