Police are investigating the non-fatal stabbing of a resident Sunday at Jackson Place and on Monday saw the arraignment of a Bedford man on charges of a indecent assault and battery and resulting attack with scissors.
The state cannot meet its burden of proof and has decided not to prosecute Aisling Brady McCarthy, who was accused of murdering a 1-year-old girl she was looking after in West Cambridge, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said Monday.
City Council action on the war between taxis and their car-service competition goes on, with a meeting about city regulations penciled in for mid-September as one member may want to undo votes from mid-August.
A former Somerville police officer and his brother were arraigned Thursday in Somerville District Court, with the former officer accused of breaking into Somerville Police Headquarters after his dismissal and stealing a commanding officer’s gun.
An attack on a teenager after leaving an underage drinking party has led not only to charges of rape for another partygoer, but an arraignment on a charge of furnishing alcohol to minors for the woman who hosted, officials say.
Work on what’s being called the nation’s first student-run homeless shelter begins Thursday in Harvard Square. The 22-bed shelter is expected to open in November.
A suspect in an Aug. 12 shooting death in which the victim fled to Kendall Square was scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning in Cambridge District Court.
Trying to keep low- and moderate-income tenants in Cambridge despite skyrocketing rents, the Housing Authority will offer crisis Section 8 rent vouchers. But landlords must be willing to accept the voucher rent limits, already short of the white-hot market.
Police are seeking the man who sexually assaulted a woman at around 2 a.m. today near the Weld Boat House on Memorial Drive, on the outskirts of Harvard Square.
Three City Council candidates ruffled feathers at the body’s sole meeting of the summer, two accusing the city of enforcing laws selectively and another pointing out a lesser double standard: who gets to eat and drink in historic City Hall chambers.