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N2 Innovation District / Newton
October 17, 2017 Likes Comments
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Warren: Bike sharing coming to Newton

Residents and employees working in the Newton area will have access to a bike share program starting in the spring, Newton Mayor Setti Warren announced Monday.   “I am pleased to announce that Newton is leading the way with the Metropolitan...

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Featured
October 10, 2017 Likes Comments
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Maura Healey to keynote chamber breakfast

The 102nd annual breakfast, presented by Needham Bank, is the chamber’s largest annual gathering of business professionals, civic and community leaders and will feature a keynote address from Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. The morning will recognize individuals for their contributions to the economic and cultural vitality...

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Newton
October 12, 2017
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Newton’s election is about more than a new mayor

When Newton voters head to the polls this Nov. 7, they’ll have an opportunity to dramatically reshape our city for generations. By Greg Reibman When Newton voters head to the polls this Nov. 7, they’ll have an opportunity to dramatically reshape our city for generations. This isn’t just because Newton is choosing...

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October 06, 2017
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Member visits from Member Services

Meeting members at our events and programs is great, but I’m looking for other ways to get to know and engage with our members. I’m going around the community to visit our members. What better way to get to know them than to meet and learn while...

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October 04, 2017

Transition to Work provides access to undervalued resource

At a time when skilled, committed, and valued employees are tough to find and keep, individuals with disabilities are an undervalued resource of dedicated and successful colleagues. Transitions to Work is a supported employment program that  aims to connect the employers to individuals with disabilities. ...

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N2 Innovation District
October 02, 2017

Newton considers food trucks for Wells Ave.

Newton is currently considering a change that would allow food trucks to operate at the Wells Avenue section of the N2 Innovation District, providing much-needed culinary options for employees and customers there. The proposed ordinance is the result of research by the Newton Planning Department and the...

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Newton
September 28, 2017
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Chamber urges ‘yes’ vote on Newton charter

The Newton-Needham Regional Chamber’s Board of Directors voted unanimously, with one abstention, in support of Newton’s proposed new city charter at its Sept. 20 meeting. The Newton-Needham Regional Chamber’s Board of Directors voted unanimously, with one abstention, in support of Newton’s proposed new city charter at its ...

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Needham
September 27, 2017
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Changes afoot in Needham Center

Brick-paved walkways, wrought iron light fixtures, new benches and bike racks have all been added to the Needham’s downtown. Also, Chef Paul Turano is opening a second location of his successful Newton restaurant COOK at site of the former Not Your Average Joe’s on Chapel Street. By...

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N2 Innovation District
September 22, 2017
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Speck outlines economic, environmental and health benefits of walkable communities

Jeff Speck spends his days imagining communities where people can safely walk along tree-lined sidewalks as they grab a morning coffee before commuting or safely walking or biking to work. .embed-container { ...

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Newton
September 22, 2017
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VIDEO: A complete Washington Street

It’s time to put Washington Street on the “classic American road diet.” That’s the remedy prescribed by internationally-renown plannerand a team of transportation and design experts, who were commissioned to think big and create a vision of what’s possible for Newton’s long-neglected Washington Street corridor. ...

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