Somerville-based pub Bull McCabe’s is looking to expand in Cambridge, the owner said.
On Tuesday, Jan. 21, they’ll be in front of the License Commission seeking approval to take over The Dubliner Pub at 2046 Massachusetts Ave., outside of Porter Square.
I guess 3 years isn’t that long for a company named Millennium, huh? Read more about this story here.
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The Cambridge Community Development Department released neighborhood-level statics from the U.S. Census held every 10 years and the American Community Survey, an annual estimate of the population. CDD statistician Cliff Cook said both counts have varying degrees of accuracy. The …
The face of East Cambridge is changing dramatically, a fact bolstered by recent statistics released last month by the city’s Community Development Department (CDD). While Cambridge as a whole grew by just over 10 percent from 1980 to 2010, the total population in East Cambridge increased by 70 percent, outpacing every other neighborhood in Cambridge, according to data compiled from the decennial census and the American Community Survey.
Cambridge City Councilor Leland Cheung is considering a run for lieutenant governor, he told the Chronicle Wednesday, Jan. 15.
Following a successful effort at Tufts University last fall, adjunct professors at Lesley University will have the opportunity to vote on forming a union beginning at the end of this month, according to Lesley professors and organizers at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).
Once again a big “thank you” goes out to PJN, who correctly identified this photograph as the 175 Brattle Street with the back of 6 Fayerweather visible on the left hand side of the photograph.
Even though there is a lot of foliage, the carriage house windows of 175 Brattle Street are unmistakable as is the brick on 6 Fayerweather Street. Click the photo to enlarge.
Check out who was at the Lisa Marie Presley concert Friday, Jan. 10, 2014, at The Verve Crowne Plaza in Natick.
A Boston man was beaten with a U-lock after a man accused him of “messing” with his girlfriend. The boyfriend, later identified as Robert Francis O’Regan, 23, 120 Great Republic Ave., Weymouth, reportedly hit him three or four times on the back of the head with a 3-inch U-lock.