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Here’s a car service app Cambridge won’t fight – one that aims to get cars fixed as cheaply and conveniently as possible while bringing auto repair shops new customers.
Get “Shivers at Dusk” at a Halloween-themed reading; party at the Comicazi Halloweeniversary; get religion at the Drag Gospel Festival; eat the best at the “Smoke This” Rib Fest; and get a stirring take on poetry with the Manhattan Chorale.
Clover Food Lab will be able to serve local beer along with its vegetarian, locally sourced and largely organic fare to Google employees and others at their new location at 5 Cambridge Center.
There will be a several-month delay in the remaking of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge, officials confirmed Tuesday, with construction of the replacement office tower likely not being done until mid 2016.
The developers of the city’s jail and former courthouse tower offered East Cambridge a new grocery store Monday, and city councillors accepted the idea – or, rather, took it away.
The campaign of Jefferson R. Smith for Cambridge City Council will be hosting a meet-and-greet event at noon Thursday at the Millers River Apartments in East Cambridge.
City Council candidates get a formidable moderator at a Sept. 27 informational public forum: former Gov. Michael Dukakis.
At approximately 2:30 a.m., Cambridge Police responded to a report of a stabbing on Hurley Street near Sciarappa Street in East Cambridge and arrested a young man as a suspect.
The city manager’s view on the Foundry building was clear: “It is my strong recommendation that the City Council authorize [a] sale,” Robert W. Healy told the City Council last month, after a $40,000 study. But Healy is no longer city manager.