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Developer seeks to expand West Newton 40B plan

Mark Development, which secured approval for a mixed-use affordable housing project in West Newton last summer, is seeking Zoning Board of Appeals approval to add 64 additional apartments and more parking to the site.

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Newton schools, CAPS Collaborative partner to continue Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program next year

Newton’s public schools will continue a Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program next year after partnering with the Westminster-based CAPS Collaborative to oversee the effort.

I Voted stickers on the table at Hyde Community Center during Newton's election in 2019.

Nomination papers for Newton’s city election in November available starting Monday

Nomination papers for Newton’s upcoming municipal election on Nov. 2 will be available starting Monday, according to the city clerk’s office.

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Newton mayor ‘frustrated’ over pace of 52 bus route’s return to service

Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller is criticizing the MBTA for the pace of resuming some of the 52 bus service in the city, and for not committing to returning the line to pre-pandemic levels.

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Here are the top Massachusetts high schools, according to the 2021 rankings from US News & World Report

Three Massachusetts high schools ranked in the top 100 nationwide.

Developers will seek changes for a mixed-use residential, retail, and business project at the MBTA's Riverside station that was approved by Newton's City Council last year.

Riverside developers bring proposed life science buildings, other changes to Newton city councilors

The City Council is being asked to decide -- for the third time in less than a decade -- the future of a proposed mixed-use development at the MBTA Riverside station in Newton Lower Falls.

A volunteer places flowers in a planter in Newton Centre April 7.

Volunteers add flower-filled planters at restaurants throughout Newton as outdoor dining returns

Residents who stroll through Newton this summer will be greeted by vibrant-hued pansies poking out from pots adorning outdoor dining spaces, planted by volunteers in hopes of driving business to local restaurants.

Women in World Jazz features (from left) Ririka Tokushige, Laurie Goldsmith, Diane Gately, Candida Rose, and Tal Shalom-Kobi.

Newton-based group showcases women playing jazz from around the world

Women in World Jazz, a local educational performance ensemble, is hosting events for Newton residents to explore jazz performed by women and encourage young people to join their music program.