A federal judge denied suspended Newton Judge Shelley Joseph and retired court officer Wesley MacGregor’s request to dismiss their charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
Former Northeastern Athletic Director Addresses Injustice, Says Guns Were Drawn on Him by Newton Police
“It’s not okay that just because I am a tall Black man walking one block from my house, that I’m pulled over and say that I fit a profile of a murder suspect just because he was tall,” Duncan said in the video.
Newton senior Izzy Klein launched Masks by Izzy to provide hand sewn masks for protection against the coronavirus, while donating half of the proceeds to the Greater Boston Food Bank.
Historic Newton is working to ease anxiety and bring Newtonites together with a new project called Newton Connects. It will be sharing submitted photos and written entries about residents’ thoughts and emotions surrounding COVID-19.
Boston City Councilor Liz Breadon encouraged BC, BU, and Harvard students to assist them in petitioning their universities to stay on campus.
“We are diligently working on how you will be able to meet the objectives of the clinical courses regarding attending clinical,” Simonelli said in an email to all nursing students. “Your clinical faculty are expecting you.”
Several Massachusetts colleges have moved to online classes due to rising concerns of the spread of the novel coronavirus. Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency in Massachusetts.
The Newton Historical Commission unanimously voted on Thursday for the building at 978 Watertown St. to receive local landmark status.