The Benjamin Banneker Public Charter School, which is focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, had great MCAS results and resulting state recognition, officials said.
Customers at Porter Square’s Miso Market on Saturday could get freshly cooked Asian foods and even take part in circus-style shooting games as part of a year anniversary celebration. They could also take part in another activity at checkout: signing a petition to help block the building’s demolition.
The 17th Annual Danehy Park Family Day is set for Saturday, with shuttle buses ready to accommodate some of the thousands of attendees from around the city.
It was the death of his wife’s stepfather just a few days ago that brought North Cambridge’s John Darrah to Montana, but on Friday Darrah himself died, local media say.
Workers at the Johnnie’s Foodmaster grocery stores serving Inman Square and the westernmost parts of North Cambridge say they are not being bought and turned into Whole Foods.
The four-store Stellabella chain is leaving Porter for Davis Square, leaving only an Asian market and seller of fresh sushi in a storied Massachusetts Avenue building that is expected to be sold and torn down.
A friend and family to the creative finds himself lucky to live in Huron Village — right across from Formaggio Kitchen and its salted oat cookies.
At least the fifth shooting incident in four weeks came late Sunday, with police reporting someone shot at around midnight in North Cambridge, causing police officers to linger near Russell Field Park into early Monday.
The vacant convenience store on Massachusetts Avenue near Porter and Davis squares will become a 7-Eleven, area resident Ron Newman reported after four big posters appeared in the windows of 2245 Massachusetts Ave. on Friday bearing the chain’s logo.
There’s so much development in Cambridge even watchdog Charles Teague can’t keep up. On Wednesday he added 10 units to what he thought was a comprehensive map of what’s on the way to North Cambridge.