Alumna tirelessly supports neighborhood and Cambridge community amid challenges of COVID-19
The University-owned Harvard Square Hotel has opened its doors to medical workers and first responders as a place to stay near local healthcare facilities as they help fight the novel coronavirus.
On Thursday, Club Passim began distributing dozens of grants totaling more than $20,000 to full-time musicians whose reliance on the gig economy has been indefinitely disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Denise Jillson, Harvard Square Business Association, on the impact of coronavirus on their members
The City Council is working to make Harvard Square more appealing and inviting for small and local retailers by updating zoning that hasn’t been changed in almost a half century.
A strip of prime Harvard Square properties sold Monday for $108 million to a North Carolina-based real estate investment company, three months after hitting the market.
Firefighters battled and extinguished a two-alarm blaze that broke out at the Border Café in Harvard Square during the Sunday lunchtime rush, authorities said.
The Head of the Charles Regatta, an annual crew pilgrimage to Harvard Square, brought more than 250,000 spectators and 11,000 rowers to Cambridge this weekend to take in the sights and sample local businesses’ offerings.
Out of Town News officially shut its doors for good on October 31, according to multiple reports. “We are like family,” Mohammed Rahman, who has worked at Out of Town for 22 years, said of his coworkers on the newsstand’s last day in operation.
The longtime owner of Harvard Square’s Curious George store is selling the highly visible brick-and-mortar business as the store moves to another Cambridge neighborhood.