Some great savings at Good sale
Good starts its semiannual sale tomorrow and will have select items marked down 50 percent.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Banker & Tradesman
Rehabilitation Center To Buy, Renovate Newton Property With $7M MassDevelopment Bond
The Barry L. Price Rehabilitation Center Inc. is buying and renovating a 52,000-square-foot building in Newton with support from a $6.97 million tax-exempt bond from MassDevelopment.
Viewpoint: US Rep. Joe Kennedy III says life in Congress is substance ...
It's not like House of Cards. Let's just get that out of the way. Washington isn't always a walk in the park, but the truth is that being a Member of Congress is a lot less drama and intrigue and a lot more substance, deliberation and debate.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Brookline Third 'Snobbiest' Small City in America
If you feel like Wellesley and Newton just aren't snooty enough for you, maybe you should move to Brookline.
The Washington Post
Students catch school superintendent plagiarizing part of commencement speech
The usual pattern for the detection of plagiarism is for an adult to catch a student copying from someone else's work.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Another Mass. Superintendent Caught Plagiarizing
David Fleishman, superintendent of Newton schools, will lose a week's pay for plagiarizing Gov. Deval Patrick in a commencement speech, the Newton school committee announced today.
Cards Keep Pouring In for 5-Year-Old Boy Battling Cancer
Over 15,000 cards have been mailed to Danny Nickerson, the 5-year-old battling cancer who is turning 6 Friday.
MBTA Driver Who Swerved Off Newton Overpass Won't Get License Back
The MBTA bus driver who authorities said drove off a Newton overpass while she was using her cell phone-injuring eight people in the process-will not get her license back after a state board rejected her request.
TrialNetworks, Part of DrugDev, Named a Finalist for the...
TrialNetworks, part of DrugDev, has been named a finalist for the competitive 2014 Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council Healthcare & Life Sciences Innovation Award.
The Inquirer & Mirror
Karp advocates for hospital at Wyers Valley
Nantucket Cottage Hospital board member and owner of Nantucket Island Resorts Steve Karp took the reins for the hospital at last night's Board of Selectmen meeting, advocating along with hospital CEO and president Margot Hartmann to build a new hospital on town-owned property currently under the administration of the Wannacomet Water Company.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
New York Men Charged with Fraud at Newton Bloomingdale's
Newton police on Tuesday charged two New York men with using a fake credit card to buy more than $250 worth of items at Bloomingdale's in the Chestnut Hill Mall.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Mass. condo market is hotter than ever
When David Quinn and Ana Anderson went looking for a home with a prime location and room for their school-age children, they didn't end up settling for a sprawling fixer-upper.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Berkshire communities can affect gas pipeline project with right approach, planners say
Communities worried about a proposed gas pipeline can have a significant impact on the project by combining their resources -- if they lay out specific concerns to be addressed rather than just trying to obstruct.
Local Teens Charged with Assaulting Cops at St. Mary of Carmen Festival
Newton police over the weekend made three more arrests at Pelligrini Park during the 79th annual St. Mary of Carmen Society festival .
Sat Jul 19, 2014
First Commons Bank, N.A., of Newton, has announced the promotion of Oscar Moreno to senior vice president, retail & business banking.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Man Arrested After Fight at Newton Carnival
Newton police charged a Milford man with assault and battery after a fight in Pellegrini Park.
The Swellesley Report
Wellesley: No hobgoblins to see here
Been meaning to post about this for a while: I attended a Natural Resources Commission in May at Town Hall to which I was invited to share my thoughts about lights going back up at the basketball courts near the high school.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Groups rally locally in support of Israel, Palestinians
Demonstrators on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict passionately expressed their feelings Thursday night during gatherings in Boston and Newton that were fueled by the deepening Mideast crisis.
Harvard-bound teen accused of assaulting 15-year-old
A high school soccer captain at St. Paul's School is accused of sexually assaulting a freshman.
TrialNetworks, Part of DrugDev, Adds Visual Intelligence to...
NEWTON, Mass. & AUDUBON, Pa. -- -- The award-winning Clinical Trial Optimization System from TrialNetworks, now part of DrugDev, continues to innovate with the introduction of its latest app.