Sunday, July 14, 2024

Affordable housing additions at Walden Square move forward with Planning Board misgivings

Final approval for big underground power project praises Eversource deal, but says it’s not a model

Newtowne Court and Washington Elms tenants protest conditions and response by managers

Health Alliance expects an improved fiscal year but that the cost of growth will result in a loss

Board decision backs Eversource and Cambridge against MIT for massive substation, cable project

When Jefferson Park’s homes open after remake, 30% of units won’t have local-preference tenants

Bank is asked to forgive some of a loan to Neville, a nursing home, and has cause: Lack of collateral

Neville Center exec warns that mortgage lapse could lead to closing of 112-bed nursing home

Programs for kids weren’t told of mold problem because testing showed the issue was ‘localized’

Another charge is dismissed against shot man from Thanksgiving incident in Central Square