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Officials are embracing the idea of residents-only job fairs, and of holding hirers more accountable when they outsource employment.
A group is being put together to take a fresh look at the unpopular plan to redevelop East Cambridge’s former courthouse, but the state is so far opting out.
World language instruction in elementary schools isn’t in the foreseeable future, according to a budget proposed by Superintendent Jeffrey Young.
The Foundry is due for more public input to decide its use, but everything from CRA involvement to private fundraising is still on the table in finding ways to pay for it.
An already unpopular plan for East Cambridge’s least favorite building got another hit or two Monday.
The Lechmere T station is due for at least its third long-term transportation disruption in a decade, but the area may yet get a public market afterward.
Lesley University is rebranding! It has a new logo and advertising campaign and an exciting new reputation for paying slave wages.
Neighborhood opposition to plans for East Cambridge’s former courthouse is growing again, taking form in a new group ahead of a March 4 meeting of the Planning Board.
In addition to contemplating community loans and grants as a payback to the city, Cambridge Redevelopment members are enthusiastic about contributing to renewal of the Foundry building.
Mayor David Maher has added a streamlining of council committees to the list of potential changes for this two-year term, but late orders and rule suspensions got wrapped up in the debate.