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N2 Innovation District / Newton
August 10, 2017 Likes Comments

Improvements at intersection of Oak, Christina & Needham Streets delayed

A project designed to improve the intersection where Oak and Christina Streets cross Needham Street has been delayed due to coordination with a utility company, the City of Newton announced today. This project was originally scheduled to begin in...

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Newton
August 10, 2017

Sangiolo: Investing in people power

By Amy Mah Sangiolo Hello. I am Amy Mah Sangiolo and I’m running for mayor. I am an attorney, an at-large City Councilor and the longest serving Asian-American elected official in the commonwealth. Prior to my service on the council, I worked with non-profit and environmental organizations,...

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Newton
August 10, 2017

Lennon: I know this city well

By Scott Lennon I am running to be your mayor because I have the qualifications, attitude, and vision to be an effective public partner to our private industry. As a lifelong Newtonian, I’ve come to know this city very well....

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Newton
August 10, 2017

Fuller: Newton is open for business

  By Ruthanne Fuller There’s a lot at stake for Newton – our schools, our neighborhoods and villages, our small business districts and commercial corridors and our financial sustainability. I have worked for 30 years as a strategic planner for the private, non-profit, and public sectors. After getting my MBA,...

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July 26, 2017

Businesses net $2.7M through Energy $avers Program

Nearly 200 businesses in the Newton-Needham area have received more than $2.7 million in incentives to fund energy-saving upgrades in the first year of the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber’s Business Energy $avers Program. “Massachusetts leads the nation in delivering cost-effective energy efficiency to our residents...

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July 24, 2017

New economic development head: Newton is poised for growth

By Kathryn Ellis   I am excited to bring my 27 years of experience in economic development to Newton, which I see as a city poised to make a mark in the innovation economy space. I bring to the post of Economic Development Director experience...

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N2 Innovation District
July 19, 2017

N2 Innovation District names director

The Newton-Needham Regional Chamber announced the appointment of Chuck Tanowitz as director of its N-Squared Innovation District economic development initiative. In the newly-established role, Tanowitz will oversee efforts to promote, market and grow the N-Squared Innovation District to innovation economy businesses and employees while...

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N2 Innovation District
July 19, 2017
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N2 District campaign exceeds goal

Efforts to promote the N-Squared Innovation District as a suburban innovation hub have taken another leap forward with the successful completion of a fundraising campaign that will provide for the hiring of a full-time director and the creation of a new graphical identity and marketing campaign. The...

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N2 Innovation District
July 13, 2017

Walkability the focus at Regional Real Estate Forum

At the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber’s Annual Real Estate Forum, planner and walkability expert Jeff Speck will help the local real estate community understand what makes a truly walkable neighborhood and how the idea of “complete streets” is the right...

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June 29, 2017

Golf tournament to help families gain self-sufficiency

 Programs designed to help low income families become stable and economically self-sufficient will be the beneficiary of the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber’s annual Children’s Charitable golf tournament, Aug. 7 at Woodland Golf Club. This year’s charitable recipient will be the Josephine McNeil Legacy Fund established to...

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