Local Man Assaulted Cop Then Urinated All Over Jail Cell, Newton Police Say
Officers responded to a residence on Centre Street for a disturbance and found three people outside with a kitchen knife on the front steps. David Proia, 47, of 540 Centre St., Newton, was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon.
Average Newton Property Tax Bill Is $9,907
Curious about how Newton's property taxes compare to that of surrounding towns? The Boston Business Journal has compiled an analysis highlighting property taxes in communities across the Commonwealth. The average property tax bill in Newton is $9,907, the 15th-highest on the journal's list of cities and towns with the biggest property tax bills in Massachusetts.
Life science consulting firm BBK Worldwide raises $3M, eyes acquisitions
A consultancy firm that helps biotech and medical device firms enroll patients for clinical trials, BBK Worldwide has raised $3 million from a private, undisclosed investor and its two founders.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
All Things Travel: Boston RMV Relocates To New Office
The address is 136 Blackstone St. in a building owned by the state Transportation Department with the entrance facing the Greenway. The location is at the Haymarket MBTA station making it convenient for commuters walking past the building on their way to North Station.
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Historic Newton Presents Arlo Guthrie & Guthrie Family Reunion
Featuring Arlo, Cathy Guthrie, Annie Guthrie, Abe, Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion and the kids, Friday, November 21, 7:30 PM at Newton North High School, Newton, Massachusetts PRLog - Sep. 14, 2014 - NEWTON, Mass. -- "The Guthries are the first family of American folk.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Open Houses in Newton: Sept. 13-14
Newton was one of the most-searched cities for homes on Boston.com's real estate site. If you've been looking for a home in Newton, we've collected a handful this weekend's open houses.
3 Issued Violations for Smoking Pot; Arrest for B&E in Wellesley; Larceny at Oxbow Road Residence
At 9:54 a.m., police responded to Fairfield Road for a report of an unknown man in the house. It was an error.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
The Washington Post
Nasdaq 100 Climbs as Apple Rebounds to Lift Technology Companies
The Nasdaq 100 Index rose as a rally in Apple Inc. lifted technology companies and investors continued to speculate on the timing of interest-rate increases. Apple Inc. jumped 3 percent, rebounding from yesterday's decline after it unveiled new products.
Needham Body Shop Employee Faces Drug Charges
At 12:12 a.m., police responded to a report of taxi fare evasion on Harris Ave. The caller said that a man in his mid 20s had gone into a residence to get money to pay the fare and didn't come back out. It appears the man got out at the residence, didn't go in, and fled the area.
Barbara Brousal-Glaser Wins Ward 3 Seat in Newton
Seth Moulton, a Marblehead native living in Salem, defeated nine-term Congressman John Tierney is the Democratic Party primary on Tuesday. NJ Department of Health suspension letter says Lori Wegner admitted to police she had taken the card from the unconscious woman A Maryland man acting as his own attorney was deemed argumentative by a judge, who had him shocked.
Just Published: "General Compression, Inc. - Alternative Energy - Deals and Alliances Profile"
The company designs and develops dispatchable wind and solar power system. Its projects are designed to set clean, domestic wind power to become the dominant electric power generation source.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Decision 2014: Mass. Governor's Race
Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick will not be seeking a third term in office, leaving his seat open to a new cast of candidates. Polls have been showing that current Mass.
Newton Cop Log: Sleepy Man Found with Large Amount of Heroin, Stolen...
A 42-year-old man from Newton was charged with possession of heroin, alprazolam, and gabapentin. He was arrested after police received a call at about 6 p.m. saying he was sitting on a bench on Ash Street and looked like he may not b breathing.
Drunk Driver from Newton Caught After Hit-and-Run, Cops Say
Concord police said they arrested a drunk driver last week after he hit a vehicle on Commonwealth Avenue then fled the scene. Victor Koukin, 51, of Kendrick St., Newton, was charged with OUI, leaving the scene of a crash, negligent driving, and having an open container in a vehicle.
Dr. & Mrs. Phillip Sharp host dinner for Sharp Scholarship recipients
Sharp Scholarship recipients with Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Sharp, from left: Bryan Woods, Ann Sharp, Dr. Sharp, Colton Pugh, Mariah Moore, Chelsea Brossart, Savannah Schlueter. Dr. Phillip Sharp and his wife Ann of Newton, Massachusetts, recently returned to Northern Kentucky for a weekend family reunion.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Low turnout projected for Massachusetts primary
Low voter turnout is expected for the primary election despite contested races for governor and other statewide offices, the state's top elections official said Monday. Treasurer Steven Grossman, Attorney General Martha Coakley and former federal health care administrator Don Berwick are seeking the Democratic nod for governor; former Harvard Pilgrim Health Care executive Charlie Baker and tea party-affiliated business owner Mark Fisher are vying for the Republican nomination in Tuesday's voting.
Mom in court documents: Son who shot at Lowell officer was depressed
As Darriss Newton, 22, sat bleeding from two bullet wounds after allegedly shooting at a Lowell police officer who returned fire, Newton begged officers to "finish him off" because he had "nothing to live for." When police contacted Newton's mother after her son was shot in the chest and arm during a 3:30 a.m. shooting Aug. 27, she told police her son had become extremely depressed over the last several weeks, according to court documents, and said he had been talking about suicide.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
School of Public Health Renamed with $350 Million Gift, Largest in Harvard History
A charitable foundation run in part by Gerald L. Chan, an alumnus and longtime benefactor of the Harvard School of Public Health, has pledged $350 million to the school, the largest single donation in Harvard's history, the University is set to announce later today. In recognition of the gift, the University will rename the school the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, in honor of Chan's late father.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Despite delays, Bulfinch advances transition of former Atrium Mall in Newton
After years of delays, renovations have finally commenced at the shuttered Atrium Mall on Route 9 in Newton.
You Got Into College, Now Here's A $1M Condo
A growing number of parents are buying condos in Boston and across the country for their college-student kids, a new nationwide survey by Coldwell Banker finds. In fact, 40 percent of agents have reported seeing an increase in the past two years.