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5 Things You Need to Know Today: May 18
The Newton orchestra will wrap up its 18th season with a finale concert tonight at First Baptist Church Newton at 8 p.m. 2. St.
Sat May 18, 2013
CEO of Controversial New Internet TV Streaming Service is Newton Man
The broadcast television networks have their knickers in a twist - and a Newton man is to credit/blame. Chet Kanojia is CEO of Aereo , which is variously described as: [Allowing] subscribers to view live as well as time-shifted streams of over-the-air television on Internet-connected devices - Wikipedia [Using] an array of antennas to pull ... (more)
Newton's Memorial Day Parade Marching Through Town Sunday
It promises to be a festive day when Newton organizations, officials and residents parade through the streets Sunday, May 19 in the city's annual Memorial Day parade.
Same-sex marriage supporters celebrate 9th anniversary in Boston Public Garden
Ellen Wade, at center-right in turquoise shirt, spoke at the gathering as her wife Maureen Brodoff, in striped cardigan, and other same-sex marriage supporters listened.
Crucial Bill in Massachusetts Would Guarantee Purchase of All SRECs
An example of upcoming legislation where renewable energy and cleantech business owners can help by sharing an opinion is House Bill No.
Fri May 17, 2013
Marriage Equality Anniversary Celebrated at Public Garden
Dozens of local gay and lesbian couples gathered at the Boston Public Garden Thursday to celebrate the 9th anniversary of the law that gave them the right to marry in Massachusetts.
Wed May 15, 2013
New Salon Welcomes Clients in Newton Highlands
There's a new cut, color and style game in town. Stylist Matt Carlson is bringing his extensive styling background to Newton Highlands with the opening on his upscale salon, Station Row, on Wednesday, May 15.
Aly Raisman Headed to the Dancing With the Stars Finals
Olympian Aly Raisman and partner Mark Ballas are headed to the Dancing With the Stars finals Monday, they found out during last night's semifinals results show.
Tue May 14, 2013
What Would You Do with $350 Million Powerball Jackpot?
The Powerball jackpot will hit $350 million for Wednesday's drawing. Though not the largest ever Powerball cash payout, the jackpot is inching closer to the $384 million that was given out in November 2012 in Arizona and Missouri.
Need a Quick Medical Appointment, Take a Minute to Visit CVS's New Clinic
If you need to get a medical checkup in a jiffy, consider heading over to the CVS on Watertown Street to visit the recently opened Minute Clinic.
Aly Raisman Near-Perfect in DWTS Semifinal Performance
Needham native and Olympian Aly Raisman and partner Mark Ballas turned in a near-perfect performance Monday night in the Dancing With the Stars semifinals, with a combined score of 59 out of 60 possible points.
Mon May 13, 2013
Needed: Volunteers Passionate about Leaf Blowers
The Board of Aldermen is still looking for citizens willing to serve on a Leaf Blower Task Force established by the board last spring.
Where is Vinodivino Going to be Located in Needham?
In February, Vinodivino was one of the five liquor licenses approved by the Board of Selectmen .
Ambient reports first quarter loss post job cuts
Ambient Corp. saw its revenue in the quarter drop more than 50 percent compared to the same quarter 2012.
Hello, Newton. I'm Pleased to Be Your New Editor
A new day dawns for Newton Patch. Not a better day ... I'll do my best to ensure it's not a worse day ... just a new day.
5 Things Things You Need to Know: May 13
Parenting expert Joani Geltman will be at Newton North today at 7 p.m. She'll offer an informative outlook on the teenage brain as well as a dicussion on setting limits, strategies for communication and more.
Sun May 12, 2013
Newton Home of the Week: New Construction in Waban
New construction in Newton, and more specifically the quaint village of Waban, is a rare opportunity, but what makes this spacious property even more special is the level of design, details and amenities that were applied to its initial fabrication.
The Week's Top Stories: New Modulars; Drug Ring Bust; Newton Editor Says Goodbye
After the Newton School Committee gave the OK for four modular classrooms at Mason-Rice Elementary , the full Board of Aldermen approved funding for a total of 10 modular classrooms that will be added to elementary schools across the district.
Sanford Allen Kaplan, 82, Newton Resident
Sanford Allen Kaplan , 82, of Newton, passed away on May 6, 2013. Kaplan was the beloved husband of Phyllis for 55 years.
Sat May 11, 2013
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U.S. Patents Awarded to Inventors in Massachusetts
Targeted News Service Targeted News Service ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 11 -- The following federal patents were awarded to inventors in Massachusetts.