A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from a nature walk to ‘violin from the future’

Zoning around electric cars and micro-mobility wins Planning Board support – but isn’t zoning

Heard at the hearings: Parking revenue problems and budget clarity that might look like a mistake

Heard at the hearings: Police want body cameras, broadband hire is under the manager, and more

Gig-economy drivers and grad students at MIT draw support in fights over wages and a union

‘Systems failure’ disrupted hospital computing; staff tried pen and paper, canceled appointments

Business case study: Industry Lab is an incubator where the innovation includes arts and sciences

‘Ready for a bit of a break’ after 4.5 years, Covid, Kendall Square leader C.A. Webb will step down

Starry will put $15 broadband into CHA homes; The Brook opens; Residences will cross city line

Municipal broadband ‘feasibility study’ is tilted against the success of project it’s set up to assess