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Cyclist Killed in Porter Square

A male cyclist riding in Porter Square crashed with a tractor trailer at 1920 Massachusetts Avenue around 8:08 AM on Wednesday, Oct. 5. He was declared dead at the scene.

The incident occurred across from a Porter Square shopping center. The victim was riding toward Harvard Square.

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Becoming Well-Adjusted Towards the Future

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Cambridge InsideOut for July 5, 2016

In this episode, topics included recycling, composting, driverless cars, elevated highways, and the dangers of falling for "the next big thing." The hosts are Judy Nathans and Robert Winters.

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"DRIVERLESS CARS" is the Topic for a Panel Discussion at MIT

Questions About the Future

    On Monday morning June 13 MIT hosted a panel discussion on "Driverless Vehicles."  The panel was sponsored by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) and a Boston advocacy group, Transportation for Massachusetts.

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Expert Panel Launches “Envisioning Cambridge” at the Main Public Library

On the eve of February 11, in the auditorium of the Cambridge Main Public Library, Envisioning Cambridge was formally launched – not with a bang but with a low sounding hmm and wow.

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Join #TeamNeighborMedia!

Become a Cambridge reporter, March 9 @ 6 p.m.!

Wednesday, March 9 @ 6 p.m. @ CCTV, 438 Massachusetts Avenue:

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Organizations Under Stress : the MBTA, the Olympics and the Boston Globe

Three Organizations Struggle to Deal with Management Crises


         For the past four days, as a home subscriber to the Boston Globe, I have received four newspapers in a row for the first time since December 27. This could indicate good news, that a major, unnecessary crisis for Boston's largest newspaper is coming to an end. Thousands of Globe subscribers had found themselves without newspaper deliveries, and problems continued for three weeks.

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Cambridge City Council Candidates Forum Reveals Two Camps

Cambridge, Mass. – Eleven candidates at last Wednesday’s City Council Candidates Forum unanimously championed the need for more affordable housing in Cambridge. But incumbents and challengers running in the Nov. 3 election found little common ground in how to address this and other issues.

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Parking Day is happening this Friday!

This Friday, Sept. 18 is Parking Day, an international celebration in which metered parking spaces are transformed into miniature public places for the day. Cambridge has more parking spaces transformed than any other city in the world.

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News Brief: Cambridge Police to conduct car seat checks, installations

Next week is National Traffic Safety Week

The following is a press release from the Cambridge Police Department.