A 17-year-old was arrested today, suspected of shooting at a car from a 901 Cambridge St. apartment, police said.
Harvard Business School graduates Jennifer Hyman and Jennifer Carter Fleiss are wrapping up the test phase for renttherunway.com, a fashion-rental service. Here’s a low-tech fashion idea people can employ right here.
Pinkberry, the chain that launched our nation’s latest frozen yogurt craze, is coming to Cambridge.
It took literally less than five minutes for the Main Library to be flooded today with eager uses, invading every nook and even just as swiftly logging on to public computers for Internet use. (Today’s crowd gets the benefit of live music as well until closing at 5 p.m.)
Development of condominiums around a historic Porter Square church was hampered tonight at a meeting of the Cambridge Historical Commission, with commission members seeming to suggest ways for the project to be slowed and the revelation of an ancient deed that could be used in an attempt to block construction.
Leland Cheung, a 31-year-old graduate student, has been preliminarily elected to Cambridge’s City Council, pushing incumbent Larry Ward off the panel.
The count of auxiliary ballots goes on at the Central Square Senior Center, with the determination of winners in City Council and School Committee races likely, but not certain, by the end of the day
Cambridge’s beloved storyteller, Brother Blue, died Wednesday. There will be visiting hours Sunday at the Keefe Funeral Home, 2175 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge.
A café meant to inspire entrepreneurial doings in Kendall Square will have its start in weeks rather than months — but in Harvard Square.
The Election Commission will be counting auxiliary ballots — write-ins and other wild cards keeping election results from being settled — until 7 tonight, a two-hour extension from the official schedule. The races won’t be decided until tomorrow at the earliest, though.