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After waiting two years to make a proposal to city officials, companies behind a big building project came before the City Council to face rebukes for last-minute surprises and a vague presentation.
A Cambridgeport synagogue has until Jan. 8 to make peace with neighbors who suffered bee stings and swarms from four rooftop hives last summer, a chance the congregation has embraced.
For the third year in a row, Cambridge Health Alliance faces penalties for having too many patients return to the hospital within a month after they’re discharged.
The school department is rolling out a system that will allow parents to see where their child’s bus is, and even if their child is on it.
Two separate appeals were filed against the city’s granting of a special permit allowing development of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse.
The CRLS student went missing from her home after an argument, but her family fears “she potentially may be endangered,” police say.
A committee has referred a three-part zoning petition to the City Council with recommendations of yes, maybe and no.
Cambridge Health Alliance has some good financial news for a change: It’s doing much better than expected for the past three months.
What might be called the catastrophic success of development in the Alewife area makes it the place to start a citywide planning process, city managers told the City Council.