In a historic election, the citizens of Newton elected their first female mayor in the city’s 2017 race.
Lennon to Voters: ‘I’m Going to Get Started Right Away’
Scott Lennon, one of the two final candidates for the 2017 Newton mayoral election, hopes that his deep Newton roots and his understanding of city council workings will help him pull ahead when elections roll around.
Ruthanne Fuller and Scott Lennon Come out on Top in Newton Primary Election
On Tuesday night, Ruthanne Fuller and Scott Lennon we selected by the people of Newton as the two candidates who will compete in the upcoming mayoral race.
In Macbeth Spinoff, ‘peerless’ Darkly Satirizes College Admissions
This weekend, the BPL latest theater production, peerless, opened to the public, eliminating price barriers with pay-what-you-want admissions.
At MFA, Helguera Explores Wealth in the 19th Century
The Museum of Fine Arts latest exhibit, Club Americano invites visitors into the Bernard and Barbara Stern Shapiro Gallery decorated to resemble a 19th century gentlemen lounge filled with artwork exploring the American identity.
On Sunday, Kennedy Addresses Newton Town Hall
“The federal government isn’t going to be standing up like it has in the past, communities are going to have to,” Kennedy said.
With Islamic Society, Walsh Addresses Immigration Concerns
Last Friday, Mayor Marty Walsh spoke at the Immigrant and Refugee Community Forum to address the growing concerns within the Boston community regarding President Donald Trump’s statements about immigrants and religious groups.
Boston Ethical Community Discusses One Month of Trump
On Sunday, the Boston Ethical Community’s weekly meeting focused on “One Month of Trump,” providing Bostonians with a platform discuss their feelings, and plans of actions, following the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Winter Walk Addresses Homelessness in Boston
Thousands of Bostonians will gather together in Copley Square to march across the city for the Winter Walk to help raise awareness to end homelessness.