A group representing primary care doctors affiliated with two city hospitals is running into financial problems, a victim of the changing and uncertain landscape being navigated by health care professionals.
Another longtime Cambridge business is passing out of family hands: Tags Hardware, the Porter Square mainstay founded in 1955, will be run by an owner of other Ace Hardware stores in Westford, Acton and Newton.
Central Square is getting a music venue to replace the closed T.T. the Bear’s Place, albeit one that will at least temporarily serve up its bands without also serving up beer, wine or booze.
Aching bodies have an entirely new option as of today: summoning a message therapist to homes, hotels, workplaces and events through an app called Zeel.
In a City Council resolution passed Monday, the institute is asked to consider alternatives to ending its lease to the company or that “at the very least, MIT consider granting one year to allow Metropolitan Moving & Storage customers find alternative arrangements.”
There’s a car service Cambridge riders can summon with an app that has no surge pricing and even offers a 25 percent discount off the cost of every ride. It’s called the taxi, and the app is called Origa.
A affordable-housing development called Port Landing has been announced for a vacant parcel in Area IV near Kendall Square. It is expected to open in August 2016.
Plans for the Lechmere station are as up in the air as the rest of the green line extension, despite its unique status in the project – it’s an existing station that will be moved, rather than one that is to be built and added to the MBTA system.
A team led by Utile Architecture + Planning has been selected for the Cambridge citywide planning project, city officials said Friday.
Metropolitan Moving & Storage, the massive, fortresslike Massachusetts Avenue structure by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is closing after some 120 years in business.