Newton Public Schools officials are committed to ensuring that all students, faculty, and staff are prepared to stay safe.
Engine 6 Newton Housing Advocates has dedicated itself to increasing accessibility to affordable, inclusive housing in Newton.
The Fair Housing Committee discussed fair housing training, the Affordable Homes Act, affordable housing data, and lottery data integration.
Newton City Council’s Zoning and Planning Committee voted to approve the third version of the Village Center Overlay District plans.
Family owned and operated, New England Soup Factory has warmed the hearts of Newton residents with its homemade soups and sandwiches.
Newton’s Halloween Window Painting event drew members from across the community in the name of spooky festivities and community artistry.
Community Members Question NPS’ Response to Israel-Hamas War, NPS Bargaining Progress at School Committee Meeting
The current talks come after a campaign to raise taxes, providing additional funding for the NPS budget, partially failed in the spring.
Jewish and Palestinian Newton Residents Contend With the Israel-Hamas War’s Impacts on Their Daily Lives
In response to the Israel-Hamas war, Newton leaders and school officials released statements and offered residents spaces for reflection.
Newton placed traffic signage at the intersection of Watertown Street, Eddy Street, and Eliot Avenue, where traffic incidents have occurred.