The number of COVID-19 cases has been up this week in Cambridge, so city councilors are now debating what to do next to slow down the spread of the coronavirus.
This farm-to-table pizza place has an environmental conscience.
Some Harvard Square restaurants have joined delivery apps to attract customers during the pandemic, but these apps charge fees that make it difficult for restaurants to turn a profit.
Two trailers opened for business Monday in a parking lot in Harvard Square. The long white units, next to a Harvard computer lab and across from a Mexican food restaurant, include an amenity many of us take for granted: a hot shower.
The city of Cambridge, in partnership with the local business community, are launching “Pick It Up Cambridge,” a social media and print campaign to encourage patrons to call and pick up their orders to “help business owners retain the full value of their product and support local eateries.”
Erika Salloux will always remember this birthday.
Salloux, a Certified Professional Organizer®, is the CEO and harmony coordinator at Living Harmony LLC in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She offers personal and business organizing and speaking assistance.
Denise Jillson, Harvard Square Association, on the impact of universities like Harvard cancelling activities due to the pandemic on her members
There’s a hole in the heart of Harvard Square, the old Urban Outfitters building was demolished to make way for a retail and office complex. The Curious George store is gone and so is the Out of Town Newsstand.
Independent restaurant owners seek $120 billion federal aid package