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Newton: 5 Newest Homes To Hit The Market
NEWTON, MA — On the hunt for a new home, and want the latest information on what's available near you? Need some help in your search? You've come to the right place! To keep you up to date, we've compiled an up-to-date batch of new listings nearby.
How would you rate the 2018 Newton City Council?
One year ago, a significantly different Newton City Council was getting ready to be sworn in. In addition to a new president (Marc Laredo), vice president (David Kalis) the council featured seven new members —Maria Scibelli Greenberg, Andrea W. Kelley, Christopher J. Markiewicz, Joshua Krintzman, An
Wahlberg brothers unveiling new Wahlburgers location in Dorchester with outdoor celebration
BOSTON (WHDH) - Wahlburgers customers will have the opportunity to meet Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg on Monday as they enjoy tasty burgers outside the chain’s newest location in Dorchester.
Video Shows Rams’ Marcus Peters Going Into Stands To Confront Heckler
Marcus Peters lost his cool Sunday night. The Los Angeles Rams cornerback went into the stands at Lincoln Financial Field to confront a heckler during his team’s 30-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. And, unsurprisingly, a portion the scene was captured on video.
Here are three top theater events in Boston this week | Hoodline
If you're a theater fan, mark your calendars: there's plenty to do when it comes to stage performances in Boston this week, from a rough-draft performance to a wacky Shakespearean play.
Wanted In Waltham: Do You Recognize This Person?
WALTHAM, MA — Police released surveillance images of a person wanted for using a credit card stolen during a car break in the Lowell Street area at a business along Prospect Street.
Police: Intoxicated man damaged 24 cars in Cambridge
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. (WHDH) - A Bedford man was taken into custody after he allegedly damaged 24 cars in Cambridge Friday night. Officers responding to the area of Sciarappa Street around 10:45 p.m. learned that a man wearing a black jacket with a Santa hat hanging out of his back pocket had broken the
Newton ranked as the best place to live in Massachusetts
Of all the towns and cities in Massachusetts — with 50,000 people or more, that is — Newton is the best place to live, according to Money magazine. After compiling a list of the “Best Places to Live in the US” in September, which had Newton at the No. 12 spot and Brookline at No. 42, the magazine na
The Best Place To Live In MA: Money Magazine's Pick
NEWTON, MA — What makes a town or a city the best place to live? When it comes to Massachusetts it's the proximity to Boston and colleges, public transportation and an excellent school system — at least according to Money Magazine. This year, for the second year in a row, the magazine gave bragging
Take a look inside former Boston Bruin Matt Beleskey’s Chestnut Hill home
The six-bedroom, six-bath Newton home of former Boston Bruin Matt Beleskey has hit the market for $2,499,000. Beleskey, who signed with the Bruins as a free agent in July 2015, was traded to the New York Rangers last February.
Citing police corruption, Suffolk DA drops prosecution of Sean Ellis in 1993 murder of Boston detective
Reversing course on a bid for a new trial, the Suffolk District Attorney’s Office said they’re ending the prosecution of Sean Ellis in a case involving the armed robbery and first-degree murder of a Boston police detective.
Bruins Wrap: Boston Drops Second Straight Game, Falls 4-2 To Sabres
There wasn’t exactly a lack of excitement at TD Garden on Sunday, but the result wasn’t what the home crowd hoped for. In a back-and-forth affair, it was the Buffalo Sabres beating the Boston Bruins 4-2 on Sunday night in an Atlantic Division tilt.
Tea thrown into harbor for anniversary of Boston Tea Party
BOSTON - Tea will once again be thrown into Boston Harbor to mark the 245th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. Sunday is the anniversary of the protest during which colonists protesting taxation without representation threw British tea into Boston Harbor in what is considered a pivotal event that
3 Ste Jeanne d'Arc students named Peter Lynch Scholars
LOWELL -- Three students at Ste Jeanne d'Arc School were recently honored as the school's Peter Lynch Scholars during a Mass at Our Lady Help of Christians Church in Newton. The Mass was celebrated by Cardinal Sean O'Malley, archbishop of the Archdiocese of Boston, to induct the ninth class of Peter
Watch Matt Damon play a Boston boxer on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Ever wonder what “The Fighter” would have been like with Matt Damon playing Mark Wahlberg’s role? “Saturday Night Live” has the answer. During the show’s “Weekend Update” sketch, co-anchor Michael Che welcomed one of the desk’s many high-concept recurring characters, Every Boxer’s Girlfriend from Ev
It’s winter, turn on the lights
Winter brings more hours of darkness, but it also gives one license to get creative with all sorts of lighting, whether for utility or for holiday ambiance and fun. (Is that why some people string their homes with colored lights and invite bright plastic Santas, candy canes, reindeer, and donkeys to
Daily Red Sox Links: Luxury Tax, Joe Kelly, London Series
The luxury tax payments came in and the Red Sox had to pay a whopping $12 million in taxes. In other words, they had to pay a little less than what they’re paying for their first base platoon. (NBC Sports Boston)
The Real Solution to the Newton Parking Ban
This post was contributed by a community member. In response to this article posted yesterday: https://patch.com/massachusett.... Let's start by thanking the city council for recognizing that action must be taken on this issue. However, so many of our citizens without driveways will continue to suff
She laughed off her dad’s stories about Charles Barkley. Then he showed up at her dad’s funeral
Tufts University graduate Shirley Wang had always brushed off her father’s tales of drinking and hanging out with Charles Barkley as nothing more than “constant fan-girling” — until the basketball legend arrived at her father’s funeral to deliver a heartfelt eulogy.
UPDATE: Boston City Residents Turn in 43 Firearms during One-Day Gun Buyback Program
Today, Saturday, December 15, 2018, Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Police Commissioner William G. Gross, joined physicians and medical professionals in coordinating a one-day gun buyback in the City of Boston.