Nolin—an employee at the Natick Public Schools for 20 years and superintendent there for four—will begin as superintendent of NPS on July 1.
Women in World Jazz Showcases History Through Music at Newton Free Library Event
Women in World Jazz is an educational band that performs musical styles from around the world while emphasizing a mission of social justice.
UPDATE: Newton Voters Cast Split Decision in Special Override Election
Fifty-three percent of voters voted no on question one, while 47 percent of voters voted yes, according to an email from Fuller.
Newton Businesses Look to Recover With Pandemic Recovery Grants From Mass Cultural Council
MCC distributed grants to cultural organizations in Massachusetts, including Newton Community Pride, Historic Newton, and the New Art Center.
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.
Amanda Henrickson Becomes Second Female Lieutenant in NPD History
Henrickson, the highest-ranking female officer in the NPD, is only the second female lieutenant in the department’s history.
Pro-Override Groups Hold 21 Standouts Outside Public Schools Across Newton
The NTA, in collaboration with Yes for Newton, organized 21 community standouts in support of the override.
How To Spend Your Valentine’s Day in Newton
Newton is offering a number of opportunities for Valentine’s Day. Here are five ways to celebrate the holiday.
NewMo Offers Free Rides to Mark Ridership Milestone
To commemorate reaching 100,000 all-time rides, NewMo is offering Newton residents a free ride until Feb. 15.
Newton-Based Non-Profit Partners With Chestnut Hill Square For Holiday Donation Drive
Donations collected at businesses in Chestnut Hill Square like Serena and Lily go to Newton-based organization Welcome Home.