The amendment, which bans black plastic take-out containers and mandates reusable cutlery and plates, will take effect in March 2024.
A Newton-based organization called Story Starters focuses on cultivating family conversations about various works of literature to address wide-reaching issues like racial and socioeconomic inequality. “I’m involved and interested in this work because I’m a parent who knows how much it’s needed,” Ellie Axe, director of Story Starters, said. “I needed the information that Story…
A new type of family business has set up shop in Newton. The Green Lady Dispensary celebrated its grand opening.
Two candidates for Ward 2 and Ward 6 advanced to November’s municipal election, where voters will select respective ward councilors.
Newton in Motion, reverted its pool of eligible users to select groups in the city, due to a decline in outside funding and grants.
After a year of negotiations, the Newton Teachers Association (NTA) and the Newton School Committee (NSC) are at odds.
An exhibit in Newton’s City Hall explores the Allen School, the subject of Historic Newton’s upcoming documentary, An Uncommon Education.
Councilor Crossley, Zoning and Planning Committee chair, refuted claims that the city hasn’t been transparent about its rezoning process.
Candidates for Newton City Council from Ward 2 and Ward 6 addressed the city’s ongoing rezoning plans during two debates.
NPD will work with state law enforcement agencies to look further into the accident, according to the statement.