Assistant news editor Sofia Laboy’s playlist supplies comfort and a dive into the depths of nostalgia, according to assistant metro editor Connor Siemien.
Three quarters of funds from a proposed tax override will go toward the Newton Public Schools.
“But at a time when our employers are battling inflation, wage pressure and a looming recession, a property tax increase feels like a lot to ask of our business community,” Greg Reibman said.
The city also hopes to clear the way for more local businesses and artists, and outdoor dining with the strategic allocation of space.
The MBTA announced that the Newton-based D Branch of the Green Line will close for 27 days over the next six weeks for safety repairs.
Newton residents cast the most statewide primary votes since 2006, according to the City of Newton’s website.
After four years and more than 300 community meetings, the Newton City Council approved full funding of the proposed Newton Center for Active Living.
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller said that there is a long way to go before Newton reaches fair and equitable housing.
An architect detailed building plans for a new Newton senior center after a vote last month ruled to not landmark the current facility.
The Newton School Committee approved Newton Public Schools’ (NPS) fiscal year 2023 budget by a margin of 8–1.