Harvard students’ semester on Harvard Square stretches from 1630 founding to current events

Crime and stress from Central Square’s unhoused draw increased attention from police and officials

Apartments overlooking Harvard Square park okayed by Historical Commission with changes

Green jobs ordinance begins to take shape, imagining programs that will train workers

Being able to go faster on a Bluebikes e-bike won’t happen quickly, councillors are told

More detail is asked on how new Middle East fits in Central Square, and saves ‘Crosswinds’ mural

Most property owners will again receive tax relief through a process drawing increased discontent

Proposal to end parking minimums gets 7-1 vote on way to council, despite Planning Board fears

In a call for all to follow the rules of the road, bicycle advocates see more implied criticism

In quest to build multifamily housing citywide, there’s still debate on the scope of study needed