“When I started to come down Comm Ave. after Linden Lane, it was just the coolest experience seeing all my friends and hearing him scream, and it totally got me through the last bit of the marathon,” Murphy said. “So that was totally the hardest part but seeing them just rejuvenated me.”
“Everyone in Newton cares so much about their children’s education—how could we support them taking anything away?” a teaching assistant said.
“I used to write things in a book and on a little piece of paper, but I would call them Chiemi fragments,” Schroffner said. “And I would kind of pull them out every so often like, ‘Oh yeah, I forgot about this phrase, that could be a bridge somewhere. I have to figure out where it fits. Where does that concept fit?’”
Mayor Ruthanne Fuller will serve another four years as Newton’s mayor. She defeated former Newton City Councilor Amy Mah Sangiolo by 1,508 results, according to unofficial results from the city. “I promise to be a Mayor for all of Newton,” Fuller wrote in a statement on social media. “No matter who you voted for across…
The newest addition to the Newton Food Pantry’s community freedge is a Welcome Home box. In partnership with Welcome Home, the box allows people to take household items like mugs, towels, and blankets as they need. The community freedge, located at 420 Watertown St. in parking lot space donated by Central Drapery and Dry Cleaning…
Leo is a nine-week-old golden retriever that will serve as a community resource dog, as recommended by the Newton Reform Task Force.
Mayor Ruthanne Fuller and former city councilor Amy Mah Sangiolo won the Newton preliminary mayoral election Tuesday, securing a place for their names on the ballot for the Nov. 2 election
Twenty years ago, eight Newtonians lost their lives in the tragic events of Sept. 11. Twenty years later, Newtonians gathered in front of the fire department headquarters and around the Sept. 11 memorial. Together they remembered the lives lost on that day.