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Blog post image- Newton-Needham Chamber awarded grant to move and expand Newton Innovation Center November 07, 2018
Newton-Needham Chamber awarded grant to move and expand Newton Innovation Center

The Newton-Needham Regional Chamber has received a $25,000 state grant from the Massachusetts Collaborative Workspace Program to help the Newton Innovation Center ...

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Blog post image- Life sciences co-working incubator LabShares launches in Newton November 02, 2018
Life sciences co-working incubator LabShares launches in Newton

A new office and laboratory incubator for emerging biotechnology and life science companies has just opened in Newton’s Charles River Mill District. LabShares Newton is...

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Blog post image- Where would Newton’s marijuana stores be allowed to open? October 30, 2018
Where would Newton’s marijuana stores be allowed to open?

Often lost in the debate over whether or not adult-use recreational marijuana shops should operate in Newton is the fact that there aren’t very many properties ...

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Blog post image- Coke to stop manufacturing in Needham October 29, 2018
Coke to stop manufacturing in Needham

The operators of the Coca-Cola facility in Needham announced plans to cease manufacturing operations at the site and covert the facility into a warehouse. The change in use could...

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Blog post image- Newton seeking volunteers to examine elected officials’ salaries October 29, 2018
Newton seeking volunteers to examine elected officials’ salaries

Newton City Council President Marc Laredo is seeking volunteers from the business and nonprofit communities to serve on a new commission that will be examining...

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Blog post image- Former Bookfair building gets new owner October 26, 2018
Former Bookfair building gets new owner

Hammers, dust and broken pieces of wood are flying inside the building that served for a half-century as the home of The New England Mobile Book Fair. ...

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Blog post image- Help light up downtown Needham for the holidays October 24, 2018
Help light up downtown Needham for the holidays

This December the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber becomes the keeper of the long-time town tradition of lighting up the Needham’s Town Common -- including the beloved...

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Blog post image- Chamber’s R.L. Tennant Award goes full circle October 23, 2018
Chamber’s R.L. Tennant Award goes full circle

The Board of Directors of the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber will bestow the R.L. Tennant Award -- the chamber’s highest honor – to the son of...

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Blog post image- Needham seeks $70 M tax hike for new police & fire stations October 19, 2018
Needham seeks $70 M tax hike for new police & fire stations

Needham voters will be asked to approve a $70 million property tax increase on Nov. 6 to replace the town’s outdated police and fire...

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Blog post image- Newton-Wellesley Hospital projects $16M loss if nurse ratio question passes October 16, 2018
Newton-Wellesley Hospital projects $16M loss if nurse ratio question passes

Newton-Wellesley Hospital is projecting significant negative impacts on its capability to provide safe, quality care to patients should proposed nurse staffing ratios pass on Nov....

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Blog post image- Newton-Needham Chamber supports ‘Yes on 3’ to uphold transgender protections October 09, 2018
Newton-Needham Chamber supports ‘Yes on 3’ to uphold transgender protections

The Newton-Needham Regional Chamber has joined a growing coalition of business organizations and employers supporting the “Yes on 3” ballot question campaign which seeks to...

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Blog post image- Proposed pot shop ban would mean lost revenue for Newton October 05, 2018
Proposed pot shop ban would mean lost revenue for Newton

A ballot referendum that would ban the sale of adult-use recreational marijuana in Newton would result in the loss of millions of dollars annually in local ...

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