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Among other things, the websites talk about the produce garden at City Hall.
People are reacting around the country to Thursday's Supreme Court ruling about President Obama's health care reform. What do you think?
It's slowed driving speeds, made life better for bikers and pedestrians, and could lead to more business in the square, the city argues. Others have disagreed.
Ideas include brining the Commuter Rail to Union Square, increasing the frequency of buses, free Charlie Cards, lowering the speed limit on highways and letting solo drivers in electric or hybrid cars use the HOV lane.
Rep. Michael Capuano joined city and state officials Monday to officially open Saint Polycarp Village Phase II, which has 29 units of affordable rental housing.
The congressman will join Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone and other officials for a ribbon cutting Monday afternoon.
Members had debates about a plan for hiring outside custodians and about the Group Insurance Commission health care plan.
The study will pinpoint ways to make the city more accessible to people with disabilities.
The Cambridge resident is not collecting campaign contributions, and he's running as a "Progressive Independent."
The public is invited to a series of meetings this summer.
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