Here’s a story posted this summer on the Newton Conservators website that I don’t believe has been reported anywhere else….
In November 2018, Boston College filed plans with the City of Newton to construct the salt storage facility [on the rear parking lot of the land it owns in Webster Woods.] Neither the Newton Conservation Commission nor any other city department had the authority to prevent the construction of this facility. Construction began in February 2019, and was substantially complete by June.
This facility threatens Webster Woods because of the
Former Boston Police Commissioner William Evans, who is now Boston College’s executive director of public safety and chief of police, shared his concerns about recreational marijuana on the NewTV show “Common Ground with Ken Parker.”
I didn’t know this was a thing. But here’s Newton’s own Boston College Police Department, lead by former BPD Commissioner Bill Evans, and the Boston University Police Departments undertaking law enforcement’s #LipSyncChallenge
Battle of Comm Ave Lip Sync | BC vs BU Police from Boston College on Vimeo.
The Boston Herald’s Howie Carr turns his trademark outrage on Newton District Court Judge Mary Beth Heffernan and Newton’s Welcoming city policy in his latest column.
Here’s an earlier Herald story and stories about the