Several Newton city councilors signed a petition calling on Boston College to open an LGBTQ+ resource center and include gender identity in the University’s discrimination policy, according to Patch.
Despite a rise in new COVID-19 cases in Newton, new hospitalizations and deaths remain lower than during previous surges.
Ellana’s Kitchen & More in Newton Centre serves the kind of dishes someone might just remember for the rest of his or her life.
“On the one hand, we are so aware of the needs of our students and the desire to support them robustly with as many teachers and support as possible,” Mayor Ruthanne Fuller said. “On the other hand, using one-time money for ongoing costs creates a real problem for the following year.”
“They had super moist chicken, and when I bit into it, it was like biting into a slice of heaven,” said Joseph Anderson, a Bentley University student. “And when I did it, it was like a little bit of crunch but then just a full melt of flavors in my mouth.”
“The bottom line from Newton Health and Human Services Commissioner Linda Walsh is, ‘We’re in a time of cautious optimism,’” Fuller wrote. “She notes that we’ll be living with COVID-19 for months and months to come. We’ve shifted to all of us taking personal responsibility and staying home if we’re not feeling well.”
“I think Newton’s done a great job,” she said. “I think the mayor’s done a great job of communication of information.”