The Dorchester Reporter breaks the news.
The Crimson reports that former Trump Chief of Staff Reince Priebus will spend three days next week as a fellow at the Kennedy School's Institute of Politics, where he will attend “a number of events” and “engage with students." Last fall, you may recall, Sean Spicer took a turn as a fellow at the institute.
Cambridge Day reports.
Gedalia Pasternak spotted this bird in his front yard in Inman Square today; reports the bird was like that for at least ten minutes.
Cambridge Police report at least three shots were fired on Columbia Street near Suffolk Street around 1:35 a.m. No victims found.
A Harvard student faces a variety of charges, including indecent exposure and assault and battery on an EMT, for an incident last night in which Cambridge and Transit Police responded to a traffic island on Mass. Ave. at Waterhouse Street to find him standing there naked. Read more.
Cambridge Day reports the bridge could go up by 2025, funded by a new fee on developers in the area.
Tuesday’s meeting hosted by WalkBoston and the Charles River Conservancy about how MassDOT’s reconstruction of the Mass Pike in Allston can Unchoke the Charles River Throat brought out 150 people and a renewed emphasis on the need for the project to prioritize removing barriers, creating connections and healthy transportation. Read more.
Roving UHub photographer Pat Quintin stopped roving long enough to enjoy the sunset over Porter Square yesterday evening.
Cambridge Day reports and takes a look at efforts to increase bicycle infrastructure in Cambridge.
Cambridge Day reports on the EMF Building situation.
Cambridge Police report somebody fired shots at School and Cherry streets around 4:05 a.m. No apparent victims.
A 27-year-old Cambridge man whose body was recovered from the Charles River near the Mass. Ave. Bridge Saturday morning wasn't pushed, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Cambridge Police are looking for help to ID the driver who hit a 14-year-old on a bicycle as the teen was turning from Western Avenue onto Putnam Street around 7:20 a.m. on March 15 - and then kept driving. Read more.
John Gage watched the sun go down through the cupola of the Liberty Hotel and over the Charles River.
Marshall Hansberry came across this coyote, acting all casual and stuff, by Eastman Court, outside MIT's School of Science today. He reports animal control arrived to assess the situation.
The Supreme Judicial Court today upheld a woman's conviction for beating the co-owner of a Cambridge chicken place after she was refused permission to use its restroom after closing time. Read more.
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