An installation of journals and knick-knacks sits in a brick-walled room covered in vibrant paintings at Nearby Gallery in Newton Centre.
Green Newton Co-Hosts Panel on Hydrogen Combustion Heating Systems
Gas companies propose blending hydrogen gas with fossil gas for greener energy, despite the debatableness of this method’s effectiveness.
88-Year-Old Newton Catholic School’s Closure Prompts Outcry From Alumni
Mount Alvernia will close after this academic year, according to the school’s board of directors and the Missionary Franciscan Sisters.
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.
Pon de Joy Brings Mochi Donuts to Newton Centre
The donuts at the Newton Centre location have a chewy, distinct texture from other traditional donuts at other shops, according to the owner.
Newton Zoning and Planning Committee Reviews Village Center Zoning Redesign Framework
City officials presented at the meeting to receive more feedback prior to the creation of a second version of village center zoning maps.
Newton Free Library Hosts Webinar on Jewish Lawyers’ Role in Civil Rights Movement
Jewish lawyers largely came from the North, and they worked to dismantle legally enforceable racial segregation, according to the speaker.
Fulfilled Goods Minimizes Waste, Creates Community in Newton
The shop carries goods in bulk, and customers bring in their own reusable containers to fill up with the store’s products.
Grandma’s Kitchen Brings Authentic, Homestyle Taiwanese Food to Newtonville
Customers sink into a cozy and homey atmosphere as they eat authentic Taiwanese dishes at Newtonville’s newest restaurant, Grandma’s Kitchen.
Charles River Regional Chamber Endorses Split Vote on Override Questions
Newton residents will vote on three override questions regarding a proposed $15 million tax increase during a special election on March 14.