Only three people in the world received permission from Nelson Mandela to interview him and write an authorized biography. Cambridge author Charlene Smith was one of them.
Residents came out by the dozen in opposition to a proposed ban on smoking in Cambridge’s public parks, only to find out the scheduled hearing on the proposal was cancelled due to a lack of a quorum of the City Council members.
The campaign of Frank Addivinola for the 5th Congressional District received the support of over 75 people at an event in Framingham on Dec. 4.
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After almost nine years in the historic Hyde-Taylor house in Harvard Square, the Irish pub Tommy Doyle’s announced via twitter it will close its doors on Dec. 22. The owners plan to relocate the business, which already has two other …
Citing her longstanding leadership in fighting for equality, the state’s leading grassroots advocacy organization for LGBTQ rights has endorsed state Sen. Katherine Clark for Congress in the special election to be held on Dec. 10.
The Cambridge Police Department welcomed five new police officers to its ranks at a swearing-in ceremony held in the Sullivan Chamber at Cambridge City Hall on Nov. 18.
Cambridge Day reports the location where the old club was set to return to now looks set to become a pet store instead.
The Tech reports on an outbreak of gastroenteritis on campus; officials are not sure if it's norovirus.
The American Postal Workers Union of Massachusetts endorsed Katherine Clark in her campaign for Congress.
After a year and a half of work, the exhibit on Palestinians in Cambridge: Stories from the Diaspora has opened at the Multicultural Arts Center, 41 Second St., Cambridge.
Over the course of roughly four hours, construction workers carefully moved a 168-year-old church nearly 100 feet down Massachusetts Avenue in Porter Square to make way for the Art Institute of Boston’s new home at Lesley University – now called the Lesley University College of Art and Design.
On the heels of an announcement that ridership on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) had reached an all-time high, the authority said it would reduce fares for passengers on the RIDE and increase hours for late-night subway-goers in the spring.
Am I the only one that believes a computer could count 17,846 ballots more accurately than a bunch of humans? Also, this is the first City Council election recount in Cambridge in 42 years. Recounting by hand made sense back …
With less than a week to go before a special election, congressional candidates Katherine Clark, Democratic state senator of Melrose, and Republican Frank Addivinola of Boston are set for their first televised debate.
A proposal to transform a private parking lot in Central Square into a 46-unit apartment building generally received support from residents and Planning Board members at a hearing Tuesday, Dec. 3.