At a contentious 3.5-hour hearing Thursday, the Board of Zoning Appeal unanimously approved a comprehensive permit for Frost Terrace, an all-affordable 40-unit residential development near Porter Square.
The bidirectional bike lane on Brattle Street has company in controversy since Kensho Technologies has alerted residents and visitors to its new digs overheard by erected a giant, intensely bright, electric blue neon sign identifying it by name.
A Women’s March rally drew from 8,000 to 10,000 people to Cambridge Common on Saturday, far exceeding expectations, police and organizers said. Many of the protesters made their voices heard through the signs they carried – some vulgar, some angry, some fun.
With the filing of first-semester grades for high school students just seven days away, the School Committee agreed to remove a attendance penalty temporarily and work with the district and students to develop a replacement policy.
Over the past two years, the Cambridge-based human rights campaign Massachusetts Against Hewlett Packard has participated in what has become an international movement calling for a boycott of the technology company Hewlett-Packard.