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Cambridge Health Alliance, facing big losses, plans to treat psychiatric emergency patients in its non-psychiatric medical ER starting June 4.
The number of big bank branches in city squares could be frozen at current levels in Central, Harvard and Kendall squares.
The city’s first freestanding urgent care clinic is scheduled to open April 24 — directly across the street from a primary care practice of Cambridge Health Alliance.
Cambridge Health Alliance is trying to bring make processes easier for patients after disappointing volume figures that fall short of performance goals.
What should be the next project or focus for the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority? You can tell the agency yourself at a community workshop tomorrow evening.
This may be Don Holland’s last chance to revive the legendary Central Square nightclub ManRay – or that last chance may already be gone. License commissioners will decide March 27.
The developer of NorthPoint, with 2,355 apartments relying on the Lechmere station, is as eager as the public to see the green line extension happen quickly and smoothly.
An already unpopular plan for East Cambridge’s least favorite building got another hit or two Monday.
As much as Google’s proposed sign for its Kendall Square offices tickled members of the CRA, its designs for a connector building were cause for anger and dire warnings.
The Planning Board unanimously greenlighted development Tuesday of 10 Essex Street, a 46-unit residential development called a “non-auto building” in the heart of Central Square.