Meg Kribble, research librarian and outreach coordinator at Harvard Law School, will serve as an American Association of Law Libraries executive board member from July of this year to July 2019.
A fugitive facing charges in a flurry of ATM card scams has been returned to the state for trial, Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan and Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian said this week.
A neighbors’ attorney makes much the same argument as in Land Court, arguing simply that the court made the wrong decision in looking at a 1986 case called Durkin instead of a 1990 case called Mendes.
Contrary to popular belief, most divorces currently result in sole physical custody to one parent despite an overwhelming amount of research shows clearly that shared parenting is what most children want and need.
The forging of a petition presented to the License Commission was resolved Tuesday in Cambridge District Court, with Sydney DePaulo netting guilty findings on 11 counts, a year of probation and more than $1,500 owed in fines and fees.
The Brookline man accused in a Jan. 28, 2009, workplace shooting in Cambridge has been found guilty of first-degree murder again after the Supreme Judicial Court overturned a murder conviction on a question of his right to remain silent during an interrogation.
A former Somerville police officer and his brother were arraigned Thursday in Somerville District Court, with the former officer accused of breaking into Somerville Police Headquarters after his dismissal and stealing a commanding officer’s gun.
A suspect in an Aug. 12 shooting death in which the victim fled to Kendall Square was scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning in Cambridge District Court.
Keeping the cost of living in Cambridge affordable was explored by officials, including rewarding landlords who didn’t squeeze tenants for high rents and the question of how much money to demand of big developers per square foot of construction.
The city, state, real estate developers Leggat McCall Partners and five local residents and neighbors have agreed to settle the outstanding claims in a lawsuit about redevelopment of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge.