On Monday, the Webster Woods Advisory Panel held their first meeting to begin discussion on possible avenues to preserve portions of Webster Woods acquired by Boston College in 2016.
During the annual lecture series, 16 members of the Newton community spoke about everything from the Big Bang Theory to watercolors.
In The Street at Chestnut Hill’s newest boutique workout option, Barry’s Bootcamp Boston, the minutes are long, but the hours are oh so short.
On Tuesday night, Ruthanne Fuller and Scott Lennon we selected by the people of Newton as the two candidates who will compete in the upcoming mayoral race.
“We are not in the business of picking people up for immigration violations … end of story,” said one councilor.
In an effort to build its relationship with the BC community, this Friday the Street will host a burger bash and pep-rally in celebration of Boston College’s final home football game.
The “Heart of the City,” a new interactive sculpture created by the internationally recognized Brazilian artist Anaisa Franco, allows passersby to see the incandescent figure light up to match the flow of blood inside their bodies.
A neighborly disagreement-turned-legal-dispute is threatening the future operations of Modern Barre Fitness in Newton.