Globe to host live chat about Newton tax overrides

Supporters and opponents will participate in  online discussion about the March 12 tax overrides ballot questions with Globe reporter Deirdre Fernandes at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday  Feb. 28 at www.boston.com/newton. Marcia Tabenken and School Committee chairwoman Claire...

Moving Newton Forward not moving much

I can’t help but notice that the override opposition group Moving Newton Forward isn’t moving much. Here we are a few weeks from the March 12 overrides yet I still haven’t seen any “vote no” lawn signs and the events section on their...

I support/I oppose the overrides because….

Newton voters will go to the polls on March 12 to consider three tax override ballot questions totaling $11.4 million. Use this thread (and the extra time you may have this weekend sitting out the storm) to tell Village 14 readers why you are in favor or why you...

Angry Newton man arrested at override Town Hall

According to this story from Melanie Graham at Newton Patch, Newton resident Adam Maleson, 53, was arrested for disturbing the peace at Mayor Warren’s Town Hall meeting Sunday night in Nonantum. The Town Hall was one in a succession of meetings to explain the...

Angier, Cabot and Zervas: How bad are they?

The Newton Public School department made this film providing a look at some of the problems inside Angier, Cabot and Zervas Elementary Schools. Of course, the NPS is not an unbiased presenter of this information, given that these three schools stand to be the biggest...

POLL: How will you vote on Newton’s overrides?

Newton voters will go to the polls on March 12 to consider three tax override ballot questions totaling an estimated $11.4 million. How will you vote? (Cast up to three votes below) Note: This poll has been revised from the prior version, if you voted before please...

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