The Village Bank will award $50,000 in college scholarships

The Village Bank will award $50,000 in college scholarships

Joseph A. De Vito, president and CEO of The Village Bank, announced today that the Bank’s Auburndale Community Charitable Foundation will award a total of $50,000 in college scholarships to graduating, college-bound high school seniors from the communities served by the Bank. The Foundation will award two $10,000 scholarships and fifteen $2,000 scholarships. To be […]

Public Workshop On Traffic Signal Improvements In Auburndale

Public Workshop On Traffic Signal Improvements In Auburndale

Public Workshop On Traffic Signal Improvements In Auburndale Date: March 12, 2015 at 7:00 PM Location: City Hall – Aldermanic Chambers The City has initiated a project to implement specific transportation and traffic improvements in the Village of Auburndale.  Although the primary goal of this project is to upgrade traffic signals at key intersections, it […]

Public Hearing on Turtle Lane Project

Public Hearing on Turtle Lane Project

PUBLIC HEARING ON TURTLE LANE PROJECT Tuesday, March 10th at 7:00 PM Public hearings will be held on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 7:00 PM, second floor, NEWTON CITY HALL before the LAND USE COMMITTEE of the BOARD OF ALDERMEN and in the case of continued petition #480-14, a proposed change to the City’s zoning […]

Juice Press Coming to The Street

Juice Press Coming to The Street

Juice Press, the popular cold press juice café with a cult following of health fans, is coming to The Street this summer. Visitors at The Street can now look forward to enjoying Juice Press’ signature menu of organic cold pressed juices, gourmet superfood smoothies, fresh salads, soups and a great variety of raw food. Juice Press will be […]

Get Fresh with your Valentine’s Day Gift Giving

Crudité Creations

Massachusetts-Based Crudité Creations is the Perfect Gift for Valentine’s Day WHAT: It’s the same old song and dance every year, flowers, chocolates and maybe a stuffed animal that will find its way from a shelf, to a closet and eventually into a landfill somewhere. Why not send that special someone in your life something different, creative […]

Nelly Carreño Celebrity Chef at COOK Restaurant

Nelly Carreño Celebrity Chef at COOK Restaurant

Cook Cooks for Charity Cook Restaurant Welcomes Nelly Carreño as Part of its Continuing ‘Celebrity Chef Series’  WHAT:            Cook, the highly acclaimed American bistro located in Newton, MA is welcoming NECN meteorologist Nelly Carreño as part of its continuing “Cook for Charity” celebrity chef series. On Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 from 6:00PM – 8:00PM […]

Worst Cities for STEM Jobs

2015′s Best and Worst Metro Areas for STEM Professionals

With “getting a better job” being one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions in the U.S. and STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) jobs expected to grow 1.7 times faster than non-STEM professions between 2008 and 2018, the leading personal finance social network WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2015’s Best & Worst Metro Areas […]

Top Docs in Newton & Wellesley

Top Docs in Newton & Wellesley

NEWTON-WELLESLEY HOSPITAL PHYSICIANS NAMED TO BOSTON MAGAZINE’S TOP DOCTORS LIST Thirty five Newton-Wellesley Hospital physicians were recently named in the December, 2014 Boston Magazine “Top Doctors” list. This year’s Boston Magazine list was again generated from a survey conducted by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd, a healthcare researcher that also publishes America’s Top Doctors, a guide […]

NSTAR’s 30% Rate Increase

NSTAR's 30% Rate Increase

My guest blogger today is John H. Tourtelotte of Newton Solar Challenge. NSTAR’s 30% Rate Increase:  What can we do about it in Newton? By now we’ve all seen the latest news on NSTAR’s major rate increase that will take effect this winter in Newton and throughout the region. Why is the rate increase happening?  What can […]

Jennifer Price Lame Duck at NNHS?

Jennifer Price Principal at Newton North High School

Dear North Community: As I hope you know, I love Newton North and have been honored to serve as Principal for the last 8 ½ years.  Yet, I have reached a point in my career where it makes sense for me to think about leading a district.  As a result, I decided to apply to […]

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