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Newton this summer: City Hall reopens, camps closed, and plans for outdoor restaurant service

At facilities that do reopen, new rules will be in place to help protect people against the coronavirus.

46th annual Newton mayor’s community breakfast goes online

More than 200 people gathered May 27 on Zoom for the 46th Annual Theodore D. Mann Newton Mayor’s Community Breakfast.

‘Enough is enough!’ Officials around Greater Boston react to the killing of George Floyd

Local mayors, police chiefs, school leaders, and other officials expressed disgust at Floyd’s death, and said silence in the face of his killing was unacceptable.


Brookline resumes enforcing parking regulations

Starting June 1, Brookline police resumed enforcement of metered parking, two-hour parking, and overnight parking restrictions.


Framingham mayor issues executive order to aid restaurants

Framingham Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer on Monday, June 1, issued an executive order aimed at helping restaurants reopen for dining once the state allows it.


Scituate to hold Town Meeting at high school field

Scituate’s Town Meeting is postponed again – this time to June 27 at 9 a.m. – and will be held outside at the Scituate High School turf field.


New leader takes helm of South Shore Conservatory

Geer has been executive director of the Interschool Orchestras of New York, and was previously executive director of the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.


Lowell’s Mill City Grows holding online fund-raiser

On June 12, Lowell’s Mill City Grows will present its Annual Farm to Cocktail Party virtually as “Farm to Community 2020,” an online gathering and fund-raiser to support increased healthy food distribution in Lowell in response to COVID-19.