The 42-unit Cambridge Point condominium project in North Cambridge had a concierge – but also $2 million worth of construction and design flaws resulting in water damage and mold, tenants found. A court has found that their lawsuit against developers can go forward.
The spree, including an attempted crime in Cambridge, ranged as far north as Woburn and as far south as Brockton and was committed by a group of friend who flew in for an NBA playoff game, officials say.
Bail will no longer be a factor in nonviolent, low-level criminal cases in the local district court, District Attorney Marian Ryan says, though the system will go on as usual for cases of sexual assault, domestic violence and firearms when warranted.
In a major victory, MIT janitor Francisco Rodriguez-Guardado is being released from jail this week, his immigration attorneys said Wednesday afternoon.
The historic Brattle Building at 1-8 Brattle St. and its near-neighbor the 17-41A ensemble of single-story buildings in Harvard Square will sell for $108 million to Charlotte, N.C.-based Asana Partners.
Lawyers for Francisco Rodriguez-Guardado filed an emergency motion Monday morning in federal appeals court in Boston seeking his immediate release from jail because immigration authorities can no longer “reasonably foresee” his deportation.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver has granted a stay of removal from the country to Francisco Rodriguez-Guardado, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology custodian, for the duration of his case, which will run “at least into the summer.”
Appeals courts have ordered that Francisco Rodriguez-Guardado, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology custodian, cannot be deported from the country until at least Dec. 7, blocking attempts by immigration authorities to send him to El Salvador this week.
The suspect wanted in connection with two assaults in Harvard Square on Saturday has been positively identified, arrested and will be charged with two counts of armed assault to murder, police said late Tuesday.
The rooftop uplighting at the Zinc luxury apartment building that brought neighbor complaints in 2016 must stay off, a judge said in a decision dated Monday.