3 hrs ago
This Newton firm is one of the Boston area's fastest growing PR agencies
The fastest growing PR firm in the Boston area might be one you've never heard of before.
Trending on the Topix Network
8 hrs ago
Police Log: Police Make Four Arrests
Tuesday, Feb. 25 At 11:55 a.m., a person reported that someone wrote a vulgar message in lipstick on her car when it was parked on Executive Park.
15 hrs ago
The Swellesley Report
Hair! Hair! Fulham Salon coming soon to Wellesley Square
Wellesley will soon gain a new hair salon, an outfit called Fulham Salon that already has a location in Newton on Beacon Street.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Radio Shack to Close Up to 1,100 Stores
Radio Shack, the gadget and electronic parts retailer, will be closing more than a fourth of its stores after reporting huge losses last year, according to a statement on the company's website .
Boston and state police would share Seaport duty under bill
A bill that would give joint jurisdiction to state and Boston police in the Seaport - where the police departments have bickered over jurisdiction for years - was aired at the State House today, igniting the latest round in a turf battle between Hub cops and Massport.
Melrose Named One Of America's Safest Communities
Melrose is one of the United States' safest communities, according to NeighborhoodScout .
Newton man, 21, charged with pointing laser at drivers
A 21-year-old Newton resident is facing charges that he pointed a laser into the windows of several moving cars near Newton Center, police said.
Wegmans is Hiring 600 Employees for Burlington Location
Wegmans Food Markets has begun recruitment for full-time positions for its Burlington location , which is expected to open in the fall.
DEP commissioner to step down
Massachusetts Environmental Protection Commissioner Kenneth Kimmell will leave the Patrick administration to lead a research and advocacy group that seeks to promote science in policymaking.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Banker & Tradesman
Metro CU Completes Deal With Newton Municipal CU
Metro Credit Union in Chelsea today completed its merger with Newton Municipal Credit Union and converted the Newton credit union's City Hall branch in Newton to Metro's 15th location.
The Bedford Daily Voice
Katonah Woman Named VP Of Student Affairs At Mount Ida College
Former Katonah resident Laura DeVeau has been named vice president of the Division of Student Affairs at Mount Ida College in Newton, Mass.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Newton Man Allegedly Disrobes After OUI Arrest
By Tony Schinella John Kavanagh, 32, of Newton, was arrested by Brookline Police at 3:50 a.m. on Feb. 14, and charged with OUI liquor, third offense, and operating a motor vehicle after license suspension.
Christian Science Monitor
Tots and pot: When to warn kids?
Colorado and Washington legalized marijuana more than a year ago, and at least 14 states have legalization initiatives on upcoming ballots .
What Are Newton's Most Dangerous Intersections?
A recent study listed the most dangerous intersections in Massachusetts and New England.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
A Newton boy left this life without a note or clue
On the last full day of his life, Roee Grutman sat at his family's long dining room table with his biology book open before him.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
CommonWealth Responds to ISS Recommendation
"We strongly believe that ISS reached the wrong conclusion in failing to recommend that CWH shareholders reject Related/Corvex's consent solicitation.
Government Properties Income Trust Announces Record Date for 2014 Annual Meeting of Shareholders
Government Properties Income Trust is a real estate investment trust, or REIT, which owns properties leased primarily to the U.S. Government and state governments located throughout the United States.
Banker & Tradesman
Haynes Management Inc. Brokers Four Leases Totaling 12K SF In Wellesley, Newton
The transactions took place in four different Haynes Management portfolio commercial properties.
The Wine Observer
For me, Portugal is the most intriguing wine region in the world, not only for Portugal's large number of indigenous grapes and long tradition of wine making, but also because of the local connection to The Old Country by so many of our local residents.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The Shrewsbury Lantern
Three recent high school suicides have many questioning why
As most of you know, it's very, very rare when I opt to share an article from another news source, but this one had been sent to me, and seemed so powerful and so important, that I felt it had to be shared.