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Running into Mid-Cambridge building was only the start of a driver’s trouble

Running into Mid-Cambridge building was only the start of a driver’s trouble

An arraignment is expected Tuesday for the man accused of hitting the Bo Concept high-end furniture store with his car over the weekend.

MIT, Harvard suffer third student death in two months as medical examiner slows

MIT, Harvard suffer third student death in two months as medical examiner slows

MIT announced the death of graduate student Eliana Hechter on Friday night, the third student death in two months between MIT and Harvard.

Police Twitter system failed at vital time, adding to confusion in bomb aftermath

Police Twitter system failed at vital time, adding to confusion in bomb aftermath

In all the examination of police response since the Boston Marathon bombing, it has never been mentioned publicly that an automated police alert system broke.

Officials: Arrested teacher admits to child porn, filming in elementary school lockers

A fifth-grade teacher is facing child pornography charges and has confessed to filming in a school locker room, law enforcement officials say.

Cambridge Housing Authority moves back toward nudging some tenants out

Cambridge Housing Authority moves back toward nudging some tenants out

The Cambridge Housing Authority plan is partly to free up apartments for much poorer people and partly to help higher earners move to private housing.

Cambridge Health Alliance losses jump to $21.5 million already, over previous year’s

Cambridge Health Alliance losses jump to $21.5 million already, over previous year’s

The health group is $2 million deeper into red ink than forecast because of low volume and delays in money-saving improvements.

Council calms fears of halted construction, decides master plan orders will be merged

After nearly fours hours of public comment and debate, two policy orders about development were deemed not so far apart after all and tabled to be combined.

Is there a pay gap for women at City Hall? Pre-Equal Pay Day order aims to find out

Is there a pay gap for women at City Hall? Pre-Equal Pay Day order aims to find out

The White House has gender pay disparity? Next they’ll be saying that about about liberal Cambridge. Actually, maybe they will.

District expects solution for families foiled by kindergarten policy, for long term too

District expects solution for families foiled by kindergarten policy, for long term too

The “Olá 4” got good news this week – just short of an outright guarantee that the families’ kids were getting into the Olá Bilingual Program.

Idea of school hosting administration offices returns, with bit more hope

Idea of school hosting administration offices returns, with bit more hope

One of the next two public schools to be renovated could hold the district’s administrative offices – an idea you may remember from 2012.

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