The new Che! Empanada in Newtonville is an authentic, delectable Argentinian spot perfect for a lunch break right off the Mass. Turnpike.
The MBTA announced that the Newton-based D Branch of the Green Line will close for 27 days over the next six weeks for safety repairs.
Potential firearms businesses need a special permit and a vote of approval from the Newton City Council to open in the city.
The department will host many of the same programs in the temporary campus as it would have held in the senior center building.
Salt Patisserie stands out among the plethora of shops in Newton Centre, combining classic French and Italian techniques with Brazilian flavors.
Newton residents cast the most statewide primary votes since 2006, according to the City of Newton’s website.
Double Zero, a New York-based vegan pizzeria and wine bar that opened on July 9, brings innovative doughs and Italian-inspired recipes to Newbury Street.
The Newton Licensing Commission banned liquor stores and other retail businesses from selling “nips,” alcoholic beverages less than or equal to 100 milliliters, after June 30, 2022, Mayor Ruthanne Fuller announced in her update on Nov. 18. With the ban, the City looks to eliminate environmental waste created by the miniature bottles, according to Emily…
The median sales price of single-family homes has nearly doubled in Newton in the last 10 years, according to a report that the city’s Assessors’ Office released on Nov. 15. The median sales price in the city in 2021 through September increased by 91.3 percent since 2012. Ten years ago, the median sale price of…
Coco Ramen, a Newton Centre restaurant that opened in September, brings Japanese cuisine and a homely atmosphere to a neighborhood with few competitors. For Mukesh Gupta, a customer at the restaurant on a rainy November night, the food let his family explore a new cuisine, he said.