While The Heights is becoming more diverse, it continues to fall short of representing the diversity of Boston College. And in doing so, it cannot entirely fulfill its all-important mission: “For a Greater Boston College.”
Newton Plans Accessibility and Safety Upgrades in Pettee Square Using Investments Totaling $3 Million
The proposed improvements will include a raised intersection and crosswalks, ADA-compliant curbs, and new concrete sidewalks.
iEdit: Gavin Zhang’s Playlist Takes Listeners on a Motorcycle Ride Across Oceans
Metro editor Victor Stefanescu takes a metaphorical trip around the world while listening to associate metro editor Gavin Zhang’s playlist.
Two-Day Harvest Fair Provides a Boost for Newton Centre Businesses
“While it may not translate today and tomorrow to increased sales, the idea is that people are just introduced to another part of Newton—and, in particular, Newton Centre—and they will come back,” Petrulakis said.
Halloween Happenings in Newton: 10 Boos and Things to Do
There is plenty going on in Newton over the month, with fun-filled events for the whole family happening across the city.
UPDATE: Former Tenant Pleaded Not Guilty After Newtonville Man Found Dead
Police found Leonard Garber wrapped in a curtain and pressed under construction materials and other heavy items at his Mt. Vernon Terrace home on Tuesday.
Che! Empanada Fills Newtonville Storefront with Argentinian Classics
The new Che! Empanada in Newtonville is an authentic, delectable Argentinian spot perfect for a lunch break right off the Mass. Turnpike.
Newton Residents Call for Progress as Reconstruction of Historic House Further Delayed
“I mean, there’s no doubt that there used to be an old house there that could have been beautifully restored,” Anne Greer said. “And now there is a soaking wet pile of rotting wood.”
Finance Committee Allocates $19.5 Million Budget to NewCAL Project
The proposed new senior center’s $19.5 million price tag reflects an increase from a previous estimate of $16.65 million.