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Here are some reasons the public may want to support fundraising to pay for opening up email between Cambridge and Harvard police.
This is not merely a few folks kvetching about an unpopular decision. People are irate.
Those who want to keep our Massachusetts roads and bridges safe for moving people and goods will vote no on Question 1, leaving a tax provision in place.
Proposed ordinance changes in Cambridge would help prevent youth from accessing and becoming addicted to these harmful products.
A new bus stop stretches across more than 60 percent of the sidewalk, is an eyesore and seems little used. Here’s why it’s here to stay.
There is city management and City Council support for upzoning West Cambridge, and large, dense projects can be built there right now despite the lack of housing or citywide development master plans.
A nice wine bar with charcuterie is a hallmark of hipster civilization, but one called UpperWest was turned away recently by opposition so extreme it bordered on the bizarre.
Our messy, wide-ranging clash over development didn’t end with a Sept. 8 vote by the City Council over the Carlone petition. But maybe we’ve left this sort of thing behind?
It seems highly irresponsible for the city to not resolve legal matters around this proposal, or to work with the developer to explore a smaller project.
A clerical error lets zoning for the city’s only pot dispensary expire, while a councillor suggests redundant “no smoking marijuana” signs in city parks.