Plans for the Lechmere station are as up in the air as the rest of the green line extension, despite its unique status in the project – it’s an existing station that will be moved, rather than one that is to be built and added to the MBTA system.
A team led by Utile Architecture + Planning has been selected for the Cambridge citywide planning project, city officials said Friday.
Metropolitan Moving & Storage, the massive, fortresslike Massachusetts Avenue structure by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is closing after some 120 years in business.
Police are investigating the non-fatal stabbing of a resident Sunday at Jackson Place and on Monday saw the arraignment of a Bedford man on charges of a indecent assault and battery and resulting attack with scissors.
The state cannot meet its burden of proof and has decided not to prosecute Aisling Brady McCarthy, who was accused of murdering a 1-year-old girl she was looking after in West Cambridge, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said Monday.
City Council action on the war between taxis and their car-service competition goes on, with a meeting about city regulations penciled in for mid-September as one member may want to undo votes from mid-August.