NNHS’ ToBeGLAD Day celebrating LGBTQ+ identities sparked a protest and counterprotest due to its inclusion of a drag performance.
Fulfilled Goods Minimizes Waste, Creates Community in Newton
The shop carries goods in bulk, and customers bring in their own reusable containers to fill up with the store’s products.
The Sweet Truth: What Your Favorite Girl Scout Cookie Says About You
Whether you’re tasting Tagalongs at lunch, devouring Do-Si-Dos in bed, or savoring Samoas in class, we’re here to tell you one thing: what your favorite Girl Scout Cookie says about you.
Myrtle Baptist Church Remains a Cornerstone of Newton’s Black Community Throughout Its 149-Year History
Myrtle Baptist is unique as it has a history of activism and community work, allowing it to act as a haven for those that need it.
Fuller Advocates for Override, Calls for Investment in Newton’s Future at State of the City Address
Mayor Fuller emphasized the importance of the upcoming override vote and reflected on the past year during her State of the City Address.
Historic Newton Event “Moving North” Highlights Black Migration to the City
Several Black Virginians settled in Newton following the Civil War, including three families that formed a community known as the Village.
Newton Residents Voice Opinions for and Against Override
On March 14, Newton residents will vote on three ballot questions regarding the Mayor’s proposed $15 million tax increase.
Cookie Connoisseurs: Newton Girl Scouts Build Skills Through Cookie Sales at BC
The Girl Scout cookie season in the area lasts from Dec. 6, 2022 through March 10 in order to maximize the involvement of various troops.
Starfoods Stirs Up Homemade Hot Pot in Newton Centre
Starfoods, a quaint restaurant offering Chinese noodles and hotpot, brings authentic cuisine and fresh flavors to Newton.
Newton Police Department Partners with Nonantum Boxing Club for After-school Youth Boxing Program
The free boxing program is held at the Nonantum Boxing Club and welcomes participants ages 10 to 17 every Wednesday.