The mini golf event was a collaboration between The Village Bank and the city as a part of The Village Bank’s annual Holiday Gift Drive.
A blazing fire pit, colorful Christmas lights, and live music created an ambiance of festivity in local pub Dunn-Gaherin’s Food and Spirits on Wednesday night, where a collaborative event with Redi Marijuana Dispensary served community members food, drinks, and cannabis-infused gravy. “It’s really just to support local businesses and small businesses—we’re all about safe consumption…
Some foods are classics, such as the hand-rolled falafels, while other dishes have their own twist, such as the falafel burgers and hot dogs.
The current ban forbids overnight parking on all Newton streets from Dec. 1 to March 31, punishable by a $25 fine, according to the city’s website.
The city’s Public Safety and Transportation Committee voted against any alterations to the ban at its meeting on Wednesday night.
Newton Public Schools officials are committed to ensuring that all students, faculty, and staff are prepared to stay safe.
The Fair Housing Committee discussed fair housing training, the Affordable Homes Act, affordable housing data, and lottery data integration.
Mahmoud El-Rifai asked a crowd of Boston College students, faculty, and student groups to reflect on the rising numbers of deaths in Gaza during the “Prayer for Palestine” event on Thursday night.