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The zoning accompanying a 22-story apartment building set to go up in Kendall Square nearly went through Monday, but was pulled back at the last minute by a city councillor seeking “reconsideration.”
Despite budget strictures, Cambridge Health Alliance will spend $2.1 million for equipment and renovations allowing doctors to perform more potentially lucrative procedures.
The City Council election looked largely unchanged Friday as election commissioners finished the first round of a recount from the Nov. 5 election: Incumbent Minka vanBeuzekom, who called for the recount, was listed 11th for a nine-member council
The legendary goth fetish nightclub, closed in July 2005 to make way for an apartment building, was to move into Central Square’s former Blockbuster video space, but that site is due for a Board of Zoning Appeal hearing Dec. 19 for a very different purpose: a pet store.
More than two decades after Cambridge’s Richard Gleason was stabbed to death inside a Dorchester apartment, the man long suspected in the killing has admitted his guilt and been sentenced to 19 to 20 years in prison.
As building proposals in Cambridge go, Ten Essex Street isn’t that big a deal, but it had officials and concerned citizens in a minor uproar Monday and even elicited a vague timeline for the Central Square zoning guidelines.
Although the election season lingers on with a City Council recount starting today – and expected to go for the next two weeks – council candidates have filed their final campaign finance reports, and things look a little different.
Harold Antoine Maxwell, 34, of Cambridge, was arrested Tuesday evening without incident, law enforcement officials said.
A recount of the Nov. 5 City Council election is set to start at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Willis Moore Youth Center in the Riverside neighborhood, according to a report from an attendee.