Newton is no exception to statewide reliance on old gas distribution systems, according to one of the talk’s participants.
At Glazed Bytes, customers have the option of trying “croffles” on their own, or with sweet or savory add-ons.
The city also hopes to clear the way for more local businesses and artists, and outdoor dining with the strategic allocation of space.
Potential firearms businesses need a special permit and a vote of approval from the Newton City Council to open in the city.
The City of Newton will appropriate $1.75 million of its ARPA funds for an economic initiative, according to Mayor Fuller.
On a brisk April night, customers enjoyed steaming bowls of ramen filled with crisp strips of nori, tender and smoky chashu pork, and a perfectly done ajitama egg, sipping broth from wooden spoons that look like soup ladles.
Authors Joseph L. Graves Jr. and Alan H. Goodman joined the Newton Free Library and the Ashland Public Library on Wednesday night for a virtual discussion of their book Racism, Not Race: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Recent winter weather in Newton has created ideal conditions for potholes to fill the city’s streets, according to Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller in a Feb. 6 newsletter. The Newton 311 app, which compiles work orders throughout the city, also addresses the potholes.