Mayor Fuller expressed her confidence in the city’s future despite recent challenges in her State of the City address.
Kemp Harris, an activist, singer-songwriter, and retired Newton educator, has a deep and colorful history and an even brighter future, making an impact on the city with musical and political commentary. “When he sings a song, I feel like his heart’s in it, and his history’s in it, and his passion’s in it,” Harris’ manager…
Newton’s City Council and School Committee discussed budgeting and a new communication platform for parents in a joint meeting Monday night.
Community members gathered to bid farewell to Amy Shih, owner of the gift shop Just Next Door, following her decision to close the business.
The Newton Public Buildings Commissioner said preparations are underway to demolish the building that was previously the Newton Senior Center.
Public Safety and Transportation Committee Discusses Resident Appeals Against No-Parking Zone, Bicycle Only Access
Newton’s Public Safety and Transportation Committee (PST) addressed Newton residents’ appeals to get rid of a no-parking zone along Farwell Street and an appeal to restrict access to Centre Street to only bicycles.
Newton City Council unanimously voted to allocate over $11 million in available funding to improving city infrastructure and Newton Public Schools at its meeting Monday night.
After a strike that closed all Newton Public Schools for 11 days, the Newton Teachers Association reached a contract with the Newton School Committee and announced schools will reopen Monday.
The Newton School Committee and the Newton Teachers Association ended a night of negotiations Friday morning without a deal, according to an NTA report.