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At an Ordinance Committee meeting running nearly four hours, public comment on the so-called Carlone petition dominated, with many saying they felt “zoning for the city is broken.”
Despite shock over flash flooding and a tornado in Revere, an order aimed at saving the Silver Maple Forest from development wound up as watered down as the region itself.
Early voting in state elections and preregistration at age 16 are two ways state legislators are working on raising voter participation.
Meetings to help shape a citywide development master plan are expected throughout next month, but did the city finish its last planning processes?
Representatives from neighborhood and community organizations are invited to a Neighborhood Summit to discuss citywide development.
Based on comparison with a YouTube video, a protester arrested Sunday by Harvard police faced charges – quickly dismissed – based on an inaccurate police report.
The MIT professor‘s recent focuses have included climate change, the crisis in Ukraine and Crimea, the homeless and nuclear weapons and disarmament.
A citizen facing police fines for putting fliers on cars heard support from city councillors, possibly helping cut short a First Amendment lawsuit against the city.
Anti-union actions at a Harvard-owned hotel in Allston drew strong reactions from residents and city officials Monday.
A step into politics by Russian violinist and conductor Vladimir Spivakov has drawn protests and a boycott for his stop at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre.