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The crafter of a petition against a proposed Massachusetts Avenue wine bar has been summoned to court on charges of forgery – but what would be the point?
The School Committee passed budget guidelines for the superintendent and discussed summer learning programs while clearing backed-up business in its first meeting in five weeks.
The victim said he was waiting at a bus stop when someone walked up behind him, stabbed him and ran away toward the Lechmere T station.
Long-simmering anger at the owners of the decrepit Vail Court apartments boiled over Monday at a meeting where city councillors moved to shut down a commercial parking lot they called likely illegal and potentially dangerous.
Brutal, unrelenting snow and cold is inspiring some new thinking about traffic and cars – even a demonstration of open-mindedness on considering whether people can reserve their street parking space spaces.
Five streets in East Cambridge switch to one-way traffic only Thursday as a result of the winter’s overwhelming snowfall: Otis, Thorndike and Hurley; and Fifth and Sciarappa.
The city is taking “extraordinary measures” to maintain emergency vehicle access while dealing with the nearly 90 inches of snow Cambridge has received over the past three weeks.
Jan Devereux of the Fresh Pond Residents Alliance said in a Monday announcement she is running for office, after never thinking she’d “see the word ‘politician’ next to my name.”
Another 10 to 14 inches of snow are expected this weekend, complicating life for city officials and drivers, but at least arriving during school Vacation Week.
A new winter storm warning is in place until 1 a.m. Tuesday, bringing a parking ban along with an estimated 17 inches and potential 24 inches of snow.