For the observation of Veterans Day, Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville G. Bard observed it from the perspective of one of his officers – he took the scheduled shift of an officer who served in the Coast Guard, and that officer got the day off.
“West Side Story” at CRLS or “Everybody” at MIT; Becoming Posthuman multimedia cyber arts festival; the Laughing Liberally Boston comedy show; elephant JANE dance; and “Masterworks: Mahler and Mozart” performed by the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra.
A daylong hand count of “auxiliary” ballots from Tuesday’s election denied challenger Sean Tierney a seat on the City Council and gave Craig Kelley a seventh term.
The attorney representing the replacement 24-hour market coming to Harvard Square stressed that its operation would be virtually identical to Market in the Square, the business that was shut down Thursday when a sheriff seized its assets for unpaid rent.
Incumbents had a very good year, with every person seeking reelection to City Council and School Committee winning their seats back – at least, according to “substantially unofficial and preliminary” results, election commissioners said.
Election commissioners reported at around 11:10 p.m., more than three hours after polling places closed, that a failure of memory cards from three voting machines would delay results by an hour to an hour and a half.
Our lack of 24-hour or even late-night culture continues to baffle: We have four major institutions of higher learning full of students who need to study and be social, not to mention packed with entrepreneurs and innovators. Is everyone in bed by midnight?
The Trump tax plan is a disaster for Cambridge’s public housing, and if enacted will undo years of planning and millions of dollars in rehabilitation for aging units, officials said.
A flier making the rounds in Cambridge’s Ethiopian community has been causing distraction for Samuel Gebru’s campaign for City Council just days before polls open, accusing Gebru of silence about political oppression and violence in the country he left at age 3.
An Everett man has been arrested and charged in one of the shootings that took place minutes apart early Oct. 14 – one in Cambridge, one in Somerville.