Newton native Gracie Gold received a standing ovation from the crowd inside the Greensboro Coliseum after her free skate Friday night. It was her first nationals performance in three years after time away from the sport to treat depression, anxiety and an eating disorder, NBC Sports reports.
Now that it’s zoning is in place, the Riverside Station project is going back before the City Council’s Land Use committee on Tuesday Jan, 28. For your weekend reading pleasure, the Planning Department memo is here.
A crossing guard suffered minor injuries when she was struck by a vehicle on Jan. 23, outside of Memorial-Spaulding Elementary School, Police Chief David MacDonald said in a phone interview, the Newton TAB reports.
After unsuccessfully failing to use a parliamentary procedure to suppress voter participation in a referendum over the Northland project, Right Size Newton is trying again; this time alleging that the Newton City Council bypassed “the open meeting law thereby...
Chef Ronsky’s at the Street and, one of my family’s favorites, The Landing — L’Approdo Pizza & Kitchen in Nonantum made the Globe’s “29 best new restaurants in Boston and the suburbs” list and two others — Pho Viet’s II and Buttonwood...
A referendum to decide the fate of the Northland project will go before Newton voters on March 3, the city council decided Tuesday. The 21 to 1 vote (with Councilor Markiewicz the only no vote and Councilors Ciccone and Grossman absent) follows an effort to thwart the...
Mayor Ruthanne Fuller delivered her annual State of the City Address on Jan. 2
Good evening. To President Albright, Vice President Lipof, President Emeritus Baker, Chair Goldman, Vice Chair Ray Canada, members of the City Council and the School Committee, everyone here at City Hall or watching at home, good evening.
I last stood here three weeks ago when I had the honor of administering the oath of office to our City Councilors and School Committee Members. On Inauguration Day, President Albright, Chair Goldman and I all pledged, in our own words, to build a
On Jan. 2, one day after she was sworn in to the Newton City Council, the newly elected Ward 3 Councilor Julia Malakie filed an “urgent” request with the Newton Historical Commission to landmark the Washington Street used car dealership pictured above and six other West Newton Buildings for landmark status.
Also on Malakie’s list is this property at 978 Watertown Street
…also on Councilor Malakie’s urgent landmark list is the