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Newton seeks local student artists to participate in ‘SHINE’ art installation

The project will include a live painting event during this year’s annual Family FunFEST on Saturday, May 13.

Man allegedly punches officers, tries to take guns in Newton domestic incident, police say

Newton Police Chief John Carmichael said one of the officers suffered a concussion. Both have been released from the hospital.


7 things R.I. renters should know about newly proposed housing legislation

R.I. House Speaker Shekarchi unveiled his long-awaited housing legislation package Thursday, which focuses on streamlining the production process and providing some relief to tenants.

Forecast | Dave Epstein

New England is set for a wintery weekend, with a bigger storm possibly on the horizon

Saturday and Sunday both could include a bit of snow for pockets of New England and temperatures should stay especially chilly on Saturday.

A high of 34 degrees in Boston today, while D.C. sees highs in the mid-70s. What’s with the huge difference?

It’s a pattern climate scientists say we could see more as climate change progresses.

State eyes vacant Newton hotel for temporary emergency shelter use

“We stand ready to support the Commonwealth in the obligation to affirmatively further fair housing and our status as a right to shelter state,” said Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller.


Newton board chooses Natick’s Nolin as next superintendent

Nolin has spent nearly 20 years in the Natick schools.

Newton superintendent finalist withdraws, leaving two candidates to lead city’s public schools

Peter Light, who leads Acton-Boxborough’s regional district, had withdrawn his candidacy for the Newton post.