Newton senior Izzy Klein launched Masks by Izzy to provide hand sewn masks for protection against the coronavirus, while donating half of the proceeds to the Greater Boston Food Bank.
A racist epithet written in masking tape was found on the sidewalk on Sunday night. The incident is currently under investigation by the Newton Police Department.
A City of Newton ordinance requiring businesses over 3500 sq. ft. to provide paper bags…
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller discussed the progress the city has made and the obstacles that it faces in her third State of the City address. Fuller focused on three major challenges.
The First Baptist Church in Newton hosted the 52nd Annual Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration. The celebration consisted of various speakers and community choirs, reinforcing the message of knowing your neighbor.
The city of Newton has received a grant to make headway in turning the historic West Newton Armory into affordable housing, according to a press release from Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller. The grant enables the city to conduct a pre-development analysis to see if the armory is suitable for an affordable housing establishment.
In Response To: “Preservation Committee Passes Webster Woods Acquisition, City Council to Vote Soon”
It is already quite difficult to speak out against my own school regarding Webster Woods,…
United States Attorney Andrew Lelling has convened a grand jury to investigate contracts made between the City of Newton and marijuana companies, according to The Boston Globe.