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After nearly three hours of public comment on plans for the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge, a decision looks two months away.
The ribbons tied Friday to the fence around the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge seemed to have nearly as many meanings as colors.
The city is holding a competition to help craft five acres of new or redesigned open space planned for Kendall Square and East Cambridge.
Seth Teller, a neighborhood activist and professor of computer science and engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, died Tuesday.
The Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge got one step closer to redevelopment Saturday with the transfer of 220 prisoners.
It’s a good thing East Cambridge’s empty Foundry building is big, as lines are hardening for so-called Steam and early childhood education uses.
The special overlay districts the city created to host dispensaries are not quite big enough to provide a home for The Greeneway Wellness Foundation.
A lawsuit is all but inevitable in the redevelopment of a former courthouse, public officials said, but talks between neighbors and builder Leggat McCall are ongoing.
Family art workshop, Playwrights in Performance at MIT, Todd Barry does crowd work comedy, Amy Kucharik plays Sally O’s, So Brown and Ali McGuirk play Atwoods.
The balance of power over the fate of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse inched closer to the state’s developer, Leggat McCall, with two city legal opinions.