Even with news that there may be 21 percent fewer people than thought on a wait list for affordable housing, city officials built a case Monday for turning Cambridge-owned parking lots in Central Square into housing.
The Cambridge Police Department held a ceremony Monday for Joseph L. Wilson III, who joined the department in 1987 and has served in a variety of patrol operations roles.
That 4.5-hour meeting held April 1 about a proposed residential tower for Central Square was absolute misery. But we all know the drill by now, starting with the […]
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.
Members are sought for the city’s two-year terms on the Transit Advisory Committee. The application deadline is May 1.
Voting begins Sunday to direct spending of a half-million dollars on projects citywide, with 20 options starting as small as $7,000 and getting as big as a $350,000 amphitheater in Danehy Park.
On Monday the city sued the owners of Vail Court, the derelict property near Central Square, demanding they pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines; cease the use of the property as a commercial parking lot; and secure the building against vagrants.
The Cambridge Police Department held a promotional ceremony Monday to promote two officers to lieutenant and six officers to the supervisory rank of patrol sergeant.
There has been scarcely a murmur of dissent over adding fluoride to Cambridge drinking water since 1974 – until recently. And new federal guidance would lower the amount we drink.
Brutal, unrelenting snow and cold is inspiring some new thinking about traffic and cars – even a demonstration of open-mindedness on considering whether people can reserve their street parking space spaces.