The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority discussed the upcoming temporary service changes, which are set to begin in March and April, at a public meeting last Wednesday.
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller has urged the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to strengthen its oversight of Boston College in response to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases on campus.
Reflecting on the resilience of the Newton community over the past year, Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller delivered her fourth State of the City Address.
“This is about access to testing for those who might not otherwise have it,” Newton Health and Human Services Commissioner Deborah Youngblood wrote in an email to The Heights. “We want to be sure that there are not financial barriers to receiving COVID tests to mitigate the risk of disproportionate impact of the virus on low income residents.”
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller has signed a new three-year Newton Power Choice contract that involves providing 80 percent local renewable energy sources for customers, compared to 63 percent renewable energy in the previous year’s contract.
Mayor Ruthanne Fuller is seeking to reclaim the land that BC purchased at 300 Hammond Pond Parkway in 2016 for $20 million.
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…
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller delivered the proposal for the 2019 Fiscal Budget last Tuesday. Budget allocations call to secure the City’s future and promote financial sustainability.