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The city has taken the rare step of delaying a City Council meeting, bumping it to 5:30 p.m. Thursday from the traditional Monday meeting night by a blizzard expected to bring up to 2 feet of snow.
An Uber driver has been indicted in connection with a December sexual assault, with a district attorney blasting the suspect as taking advantage of someone “in a vulnerable position.”
Pearl Street needs to be redesigned as a livable corridor that includes raised intersections, wider sidewalks, a one-way protected bike lane and safe, welcome bus stops with bumped-out curbs.
Residents are encouraged to renew their 2014 parking permits before the Jan. 31 expiration date to avoid getting a ticket Feb. 1.
A project detailing how 82 percent of bicycle accidents happens on 20 percent of Cambridge roads has won a civic contest run by the MIT-born Open Data Discourse.
Plenty of great things happened in 2014. It was the year the Cambridge doubled down on art, won a 24-hour restaurant for Central Square, showed citizen power and council follow-through, struck a blow for Steam and saw a healthier Health Alliance.
It’s not every day city officials, transportation experts and technology whizzes get together to listen to ideas about how to make Cambridge streets better and safer. In fact, that day is Jan. 9.
An Uber driver charged with rape and kidnapping will be held without bail until his next scheduled court hearing Jan. 26, authorities said at a hearing in Cambridge District Court.
Kendall Square’s emergence as a destination for diners, moviegoers and shoppers brings tougher parking rules Jan. 12.
A driver for the Uber car service has been arraigned on several charges in connection with a sexual assault, one in a spate of such incidents just this month.