Central Square is getting a music venue to replace the closed T.T. the Bear’s Place, albeit one that will at least temporarily serve up its bands without also serving up beer, wine or booze.
Aching bodies have an entirely new option as of today: summoning a message therapist to homes, hotels, workplaces and events through an app called Zeel.
In a City Council resolution passed Monday, the institute is asked to consider alternatives to ending its lease to the company or that “at the very least, MIT consider granting one year to allow Metropolitan Moving & Storage customers find alternative arrangements.”
The Brookline man accused in a Jan. 28, 2009, workplace shooting in Cambridge has been found guilty of first-degree murder again after the Supreme Judicial Court overturned a murder conviction on a question of his right to remain silent during an interrogation.
A draft paper submitted by a high school employee and mayoral aide was seen Tuesday as a possible foundation for a vision on closing the district’s achievement gap, while two-year-old changes to school choice were undone as “well-intentioned” but failing.
For the first time in nearly three decades, city officials are raising the “linkage” rate developers pay to help build affordable housing, as well as expanding what kinds of development incurs the fee. Some dubious reasoning was cited in the run-up to a vote.