Important Information regarding Redline Closure

We received the flyer and statement below from Brooke McKenna, City of Cambridge Commissioner, Traffic Parking & Transportation. Brooke states, “The T will be replacing redline service with shuttle buses from February 5th to February 14th.

Sad News – Rachael Solem

The Harvard Square Business Association is devastated to announce the passing of our dear colleague and friend, Rachael Solem. The announcement below was shared by Rachael’s Daughter, Briana Pearson. There is no good way to share this news with all who knew her and loved her.

Cambridge City Council Elects E. Denise Simmons as Mayor

E. Denise Simmons, a longtime Chamber member and small business owner was elected on Monday, January 1st, for a third term as Mayor. Simmons, a lifelong Cambridge resident, and former city employee and School Committee member, began serving on the City Council in 2002.

National Association of Women Artists

Artist of the Week National Association of Women Artists Artist of the Week NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ARTISTS Dear NAWA Members and Friends, NAWA is thrilled to share that this week’s talented and brilliant #NAWAArtistOfTheWeek is: Susan Miller-Havens! Born and raised in New Jersey a bus r…

White Lights 2023

Harvard Square is glowing with holiday spirit. As the days grow shorter, the sights and sounds of winter fill the streets. The Square radiates warmth and welcoming lights and will continue to do so throughout the entire winter season.