Students of Newton Public Schools (NPS) returned for the first day of the school year on Sept. 9. The day marked the return of fully in-person classes since March 2020 due to COVID-19.
As Boston College students and faculty are adapting to their new online environment, the stores closely linked to BC have felt the impact of the University’s decision on their business.
LGBTQ+ Student Outreach and Support has reached out to LGBTQ+ students to offer support as the University requires students to move out.
Boston Public Schools has canceled all domestic school-sponsored trips due to rising concerns of the coronavirus outbreak. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education relieved schools of attendance and school year requirements, allowing them to make the decision to close in response to coronavirus.
Police officers accidentally shot a valet outside of Brigham and Women’s Hospital on Feb. 7. Root had pulled a fake gun on a hospital security guard and chased two other guards before the police were called.
A Boston resident has been confirmed to have Massachusetts’ first case of the coronavirus strain responsible for the recent outbreak of respiratory disease in Wuhan, China.
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller discussed the progress the city has made and the obstacles that it faces in her third State of the City address. Fuller focused on three major challenges.
Newton City Council voted unanimously to seize Webster Woods from Boston College via eminent domain on Monday. Mayor Ruthanne Fuller first announced her plans to secure funds for the acquisition in September.
Newton City Council will meet Monday night to vote on the proposal to acquire Webster Woods from Boston College via eminent domain. “A committee of the whole”—made up of all of the city councilors, except for two who were absent—voted to recommend all seven items in the proposal for approval on Nov. 25.