Category Archives: Government

On October 13 at 7pm, join celebrity host, Jimmy Tingle, for a lively online session designed for those who care about the environment and want guidance on how to make greener choices in their lives and homes. We all want … Read More

Zoning influences economic development, housing, transportation, and more. The city would like community member input on the city’s proposed updates to the zoning rules around village centers, in particular on three questions about the updates’ framework for increased density and … Read More

Every year, MassRecycle solicits nominations for the Annual MassRecycle Awards that recognize outstanding achievements in and contributions towards recycling, reuse, and waste reduction in Massachusetts. Among the 2022 award winners were Newton mayor Ruthanne Fuller and Johnny’s Luncheonette in Newton … Read More

Get ready for the Fall/Winter season by picking up “new to you” Halloween costumes and decorations, or by simply swapping your old seasonal items. Housewares, children’s toys and games, and home decor are just some of the items available–and it … Read More

The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act offers financial incentives for energy efficiency upgrades to homes and for shifting to electricity for home energy and transportation. Rewiring America’s Savings Calculator can help you see how you can benefit from these financial … Read More

Over the past six months, a group in the Newton Corner and Nonantum neighborhoods has been working toward creating a community garden at Spears Park, an open green space on the corner of Washington Street and Walnut Park. Along with … Read More

Newton Parks, Recreation and Culture invites members of the community to discuss the future of Crystal Lake Park and Beach on Thursday, September 15 at 6pm. Please register for the online meeting in advance. After registering, you will receive a … Read More