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The Normandy/Twining zoning petition is going to the full City Council with a favorable recommendation for adoption from a council Ordinance Committee meeting Wednesday.
Developers promising 47 units of affordable and middle-income units out of 230 say they “know of no other private developer-owner that has offered such a permanent contribution with this type of income mix without taxpayer subsidies.”
Four finalists for the chance to develop an open space “framework plan” for in and around Kendall Square make their presentations today and Wednesday, with a winner to be announced in April.
The city’s next free walk-in informational sessions on affordable rental and homeownership programs is from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 8 in Central Square.
A partnership between the Cambridge Housing Authority and The Possible Project will bring a key component of an innovation economy to Washington Elms.
In place of the traditional black limousine-style hearse, the sendoff for Robert Nelson Wilson used an elegant horse-drawn carriage.
A man was reportedly shot in the head Thursday at Windsor and Washington streets after Fourth of July fireworks.
Harvard Book Store warehouse sale; Games Forum’s play test party; improv painting and music Experience; Calamity #6 variety show; and Cambridge Symphony Pops on the Lawn.
Officials are embracing the idea of residents-only job fairs, and of holding hirers more accountable when they outsource employment.
Harvard Square may not have needed another burger joint, but it’s hard to complain when that Shake Shack opens with a fireplace on one of the season’s coldest, snowiest days. Here’s where to find the flames all around town.