Cambridge Police report a woman was shot in the leg outside Monroe, 450 Massachusetts Ave., around 2:10 a.m. Read more.
Tamas K-L enjoyed the updated crosswalk put down in Central Square.
Nick McNulty happened upon a newly shorn U-Haul with a driver who learned around 2 p.m. why they don't allow trucks on Memorial Drive, in this case, inbound under the Mass. Ave. bridge.
Boston Restaurant Talk says the end is nigh for the restaurant.
Carly Brownsberger was among the many non-MIT people who got to enjoy the fireworks the weekend after MIT's commencement.
WBUR reports on work by students at Cambridge Rindge and Latin, which included traveling to Louisiana to look for evidence first hand.
Lisa Plesko reports:
Let the games begin! Memorial Drive at Mass Ave (plus MIT commencement).
A federal appeals court ruled today that Charles Jaynes got a fair trial for the rape and murder of 10-year-old Jeffrey Curley of Cambridge in 1997 and that it sees no reason to do anything about his life sentence. Read more.
Steven Cappy rolled up behind this car in Harvard Square today - imagine being cooped up in that all the way from Illinois.
The Globe reports OSHA has fined Cambridge Brands Inc., which makes Tootsie Rolls, $46,000 for several violations uncovered after a temporary worker had a fingertip sliced off by a machine that wraps the candies.
WBUR reports on a recent conclave on the state of the local live-music scene following the closings of several venues.
Cambridge Day reports on an effort by two city councilors to make it a tad easier for local artists to qualify for affordable housing now that they've been priced out of the city. Other councilors, however, wondered why artists should get precedence when other people, such as teachers and firefighters, can't afford to live in Cambridge, either.