The Evergood Super Market closed permanently weeks ago without any notice, not even a note on the door. All that greets customers is a simple, standard “Closed” sign. What surprises customers more isn’t so much the closing, but its suddenness.
Developers are scared. The proposed doubling of required lower-priced apartments to 20 percent of a building would ultimately result in fewer affordable units, not more, a coalition of developers told the City Council.
Police are preparing residents for a steam pipe venting process – known as a “steam blow” – that in the past has brought emergency phone calls from worried members of the public.
A waiting list for coveted rent assistance subsidies reopens Oct. 3 after more than eight years closed to applicants, and now can even be done online. But there won’t be many certificates to hand out, a housing official cautioned when announcing the news.
Women get to grill the incumbents and challengers for the Second Middlesex District Senate seat and 26th Middlesex District House seat at an Aug. 31 roundtable on “Uplifting Women Workers & Families,” about a week before their Democratic primary Sept. 8.