As legendary Central Square nightclub T.T. the Bear’s Place enters its final month, its landlords say they hope the space will carry on as a rock club without a gap in performances. A high rent and licensing questions could complicate that plan.
The city, state, real estate developers Leggat McCall Partners and five local residents and neighbors have agreed to settle the outstanding claims in a lawsuit about redevelopment of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge.
A high-stakes process to remake 14 underused acres in Kendall Square and potentially give Cambridge a landmark skyscraper heads for a milestone meeting Monday.
The final School Committee meeting before summer looked at topics including the replacement of a resigning principal and drug policies. But members were especially stirred by an initiative of third-graders seeking broader narratives on the Revolutionary War.
A committee that advises the city Health Department has voted to recommend reducing the “target level” for the cavity-fighting chemical fluoride to a single standard of 0.7 parts per million from a range of 0.7 parts per million to 1.2 parts per million.