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Central Square to get its 24-hour Clover restaurant, despite police chief concerns

Central Square to get its 24-hour Clover restaurant, despite police chief concerns

A 24-hour Clover Food Lab restaurant for Central Square won approval Tuesday from the License Commission, with the city‘s police chief abstaining from a vote.

Haystack helps find those elusive parking spaces, but driving conditions are slippery

Haystack helps find those elusive parking spaces, but driving conditions are slippery

Haystack Mobile, an app that lets people trade public parking spots for money, has a official launch Thursday, but not everyone is happy about it.

Local stores still feel sweet on cupcakes, despite Crumbs’ crumbling nationwide

Local stores still feel sweet on cupcakes, despite Crumbs’ crumbling nationwide

Crumbs Cupcake is done, but it doesn’t mean cupcakes are over.

Sale of assets from bankruptcy at CSA won’t go to shareholders, but to lawyer

Sale of assets from bankruptcy at CSA won’t go to shareholders, but to lawyer

The sale of assets at Groton’s John Crow Farm will almost certainly be used to pay a Bankruptcy Court trustee, the bankrupt partner and U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Councillors caution: If mall doesn’t help walkers, city might take parking lot land

Councillors caution: If mall doesn’t help walkers, city might take parking lot land

The threat of a land taking at Fresh Pond Mall was raised to solve the dangers of crossing a busy parking lot to get to the T.

Pot dispensary plans to appeal rejection based on ‘inadequate financial capital’

Pot dispensary plans to appeal rejection based on ‘inadequate financial capital’

Cambridge’s only medical marijuana dispensary applicant, The Greeneway Wellness Foundation, was rejected Friday for licensing by the state, but plans to appeal.

Bridj startup plans to roll out big data, luxury buses, beat the T for commuters

Bridj startup plans to roll out big data, luxury buses, beat the T for commuters

A company is joining services such as Zipcar and Uber in competing with traditional transportation such as taxi and the T: Bridj.

First look at city regulating car services brings online firestorm, heated hearing

First look at city regulating car services brings online firestorm, heated hearing

Furor over regulation of app-driven ride programs such as Uber hasn’t calmed since a License Commission meeting Tuesday.

Cambridge ready for increase in tourists delivered by new nonstops from China

Cambridge ready for increase in tourists delivered by new nonstops from China

The first nonstop flight ever between Boston and mainland China arrives Friday at Logan, but Cambridge businesses have long been catering to Chinese visitors.

Plan to limit serving sizes of sugary drinks doesn’t have support of advisory council

Plan to limit serving sizes of sugary drinks doesn’t have support of advisory council

The city’s Food and Fitness Policy Council calls restricting large-size sugary drinks and sodas “not appropriate for Cambridge at this time.”

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