Newton’s Zoning and Planning Committee held a public hearing concerning electrification ordinance set to limit fossil fuels in Newton.
Community members gathered Saturday afternoon at the Newton City Hall War Memorial Auditorium for the Tanglewood Marionettes’ performance of Cinderella.
Public Buildings Commissioner Josh Morse presented plans amounting to $265.5 million to the Newton Public Utilities Committee Wednesday.
The Newton Public Buildings Commissioner said preparations are underway to demolish the building that was previously the Newton Senior Center.
After a strike that closed all Newton Public Schools for 11 days, the Newton Teachers Association reached a contract with the Newton School Committee and announced schools will reopen Monday.
A striking teacher was hit by a car while crossing the street by the Newton Education Center on Thursday morning.
The NTA voted Thursday night to strike beginning Friday, Jan. 19, according to a Newton School Committee email sent to families.
The committee discussed creating an oversight process after a councilor claimed she received inappropriate texts from a colleague.
A water main broke in front of the Boston College MBTA station on Commonwealth Avenue on Monday afternoon, temporarily suspending surrounding businesses.