Twenty years ago, eight Newtonians lost their lives in the tragic events of Sept. 11. Twenty years later, Newtonians gathered in front of the fire department headquarters and around the Sept. 11 memorial. Together they remembered the lives lost on that day.
The City of Newton has formed an Emergency Management Committee to respond to the threat of coronavirus and has a page on its website to update residents about the virus.
People in bright red shirts made their way down Commonwealth Avenue Wednesday morning, ending at Newton’s City Hall. Holding “Support Newton Educators” signs and chanting “This is what a union looks like,” the 1,000 teachers and support staff gathered on the Hall’s lawn to protest working for a second year without a contract. “Going back…
Boston College submitted an Administrative Site Plan Review Application to the Newton City Council’s Land Use Committee on March 4 which contains detailed blueprints and renderings of the proposed Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society.
Newton is 15 percent more expensive to live in than in surrounding towns. Warren’s office and Boston College have partnered to find a solution.