Cambridge developers planning an unpopular project in the neighboring town of Arlington nearly had a project meeting held without them – but now will be part of an Aug. 12 hearing about the Mugar site.
The four-day tournament – an Olympic style competition held annually since 1982 – starts Today and concludes with a medal round Sunday.
The Arlington International Film Festival has received more than 1,500 submissions from around the globe, and 15 jurors have been selected to choose the entries for the fifth annual event Oct. 15-22 at the Kendall Square Cinema.
State Rep. Dave Rogers will meet constituents from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. March 21 at Verna’s Coffee & Donut Shop in North Cambridge.
The state’s Ethics Commission has imposed a $37,500 civil penalty on Joseph Tulimieri, the former executive director of the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority, and has required him to pay $21,245 in restitution to the authority.
The triangular parcel is north of Route 2, not far from the Alewife Reservation and a floodplain that has been the subject of years of protests during recent development in Cambridge and Belmont.
CRLS DanceWorks show; four-poet reading at the Grolier; Dar Williams with Lucy Wainwright Roche perform; Cambridge Symphony Orchestra performs “The New World”; and the 19th Annual Mystic River Herring Run and Paddle.
A wide-ranging citywide planning process is expected to start in September and “take approximately three years,” ending sometime in 2018. First: Choosing a consultant to run it.
After seeing a building permit issued for part of the Silver Maple Forest in Belmont, people worried about flooding and the loss of open space aren’t going to be happy to hear the news from Arlington.
A 10th-grader from the Community Charter School of Cambridge has won the fifth annual Arlington International Film Festival poster contest.