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The start of a yearlong test of late-night T service starts Friday, giving partygoers and bar-hoppers longer-than-usual waits for trains with no entertainment.
Did you know the T will be doing a yearlong test of late-night weekend hours? You would – sort of – if you followed more comedians on Twitter.
The developer of NorthPoint, with 2,355 apartments relying on the Lechmere station, is as eager as the public to see the green line extension happen quickly and smoothly.
There was applause for keeping some math students from learning by computer. Another policy – no buses for middle-schoolers making daily one-mile walks – stayed in place.
The Lechmere T station is due for at least its third long-term transportation disruption in a decade, but the area may yet get a public market afterward.
The Planning Board unanimously greenlighted development Tuesday of 10 Essex Street, a 46-unit residential development called a “non-auto building” in the heart of Central Square.
Swing by Traffic, Parking & Transportation Department on Monday and you’ll see a line all the way up the stairs to renew expired residential parking stickers. This annual ritual should be ended.
Clover, the city’s homegrown healthy fast food chain, is a great but terrible place to be for breakfast at about 7:30 a.m. today.
City officials have declared a snow emergency parking ban starting at 8 p.m. today – a full five hours after Somerville’s snow emergency is to begin.