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Newton residents pack public hearing on Webster Woods

About 100 residents attended the only public hearing following the city’s request for $15.7 million of Community Preservation funds for the Boston College-owned property. 3 hours ago

Newton City Council incumbent who lost by 30 votes seeks recount

Greg Schwartz lost to challenger Alicia Bowman in the Ward 6 at-large race Tuesday.

Newton’s unofficial results for City Council, School Committee races Tuesday

Newton voters went to the polls Tuesday and cast their ballots for the largest pool of candidates to run for City Council in years.

Newton voters pick candidates on both sides of housing issue

The City Council race was dominated by starkly different visions of what the future of housing, development, and growth should look like in Newton.

Mayor announces closing of Newton Innovation Center

The city-supported program aimed to spur local entrepreneurship by providing office space to small businesses inside the former Newton Corner library building.

Your guide to Newton’s upcoming City Council election

Two dozen candidates are running in nine contested races for at-large and local ward seats in the Nov. 5 municipal election.

Allan Ciccone Sr. challenges Maria Scibelli Greenberg for Newton’s Ward 1 council seat

Former alderman and retired Newton Police officer Allan Ciccone Sr., 79, is challenging incumbent Maria Scibelli Greenberg, 56, for the Ward 1 City Councilor seat.

Frightful fun at Newton’s 20th annual Halloween window painting contest

Children adorned the windows of businesses across with spooky scenes of ghosts and graveyards, skeletons and jack-o-lanterns.