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The famous Fig Newton cookie is named after the city. When Newton and Nabisco hosted a 100th anniversary celebration of the Fig Newton in 1991, a 100-inch Fig Newton cookie was served. Also, the film Borat used the town as a filming location. Notable residents include author Timothy Leary, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne, comedian Louis C.K., actor B.J. Novak (The Office), actor John Krasinski (The Office), and actor Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting).

Population: 83829
Local Newspapers: The Newton Tab
Local Sports Teams: Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Boston Red Sox New England Patriots New England Revolution
Local Colleges: Boston College Boston College Law School

Zip Codes associated with newton, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near newton, massachusetts : Watertown Waltham Wellesley Needham Waban Thompsonville

Newton News
Mass. Teacher Reaches Out to Home-State Celebs for Class Supplies

Teachers often have to reach into their own pockets to finance classroom supplies. One teacher in Kingston, Massachusetts, has reached out online to some Bay State celebrities for financial support.

Scott J. Tobin, 22, of Hudson

Scott J. Tobin, 22, passed away at home Saturday, March 25, 2017. Scott was a victim of the opiate epidemic, struggling for the past 2 years to overcome the disease of addiction.

A woman's place is in the House - " and in the Senate

When Lois Pines transferred to a new law school and noticed she was the only woman enrolled, she began to wonder if the admissions officials had mistook her name for "Louis." In 1972, when Pines - who would go on to serve as a state representative, senator, and regional director for the Federal Trade Commission - ran for a Newton alderman post, a set of campaign materials carried her name misprinted as "Louis," after the printer assumed the provided woman's name was a typo.

Senators Spilka, Barrett, Eldridge and Creem Announce MetroWest Commonwealth Conversations Tour

On Tuesday, April 4th, Senators Karen E. Spilka , Mike Barrett , Jamie Eldridge and Cynthia Stone Creem will host the MetroWest session of the Commonwealth Conversations statewide listening tour. Commonwealth Conversations is an effort to foster civic engagement while helping each Senator learn more about the concerns and priorities of local residents, businesses and interest groups.

Presbyterians want Newton church back from a - breakaway faction'

They longed for something more contemporary, more vivacious. A church with a sharper focus on mission and scripture, less on politics.

Breakers Win Preseason Opener

The Boston Breakers kicked off their preseason slate with a 5-1 victory over Boston College on Saturday at Newton Campus Lacrosse & Soccer Field in Newton, Mass. Adriana Leon led the way with a hat trick while Rosie White and Ifeoma Onumonu chipped in with goals of their.

This Week In Palestine: Ivan Karakashian on the abuse of Palestinian...

One of the great horrors of the Israeli occupation of Palestine is the brutal treatment of children by the Israeli military. Today we get a vivid look at the abuse of Palestinian children by the Israeli military through the eyes of Ivan Karakashian, who represents Defense for Children International Palestine .

Select Income REIT (SIR) Rating Increased to Hold at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Select Income REIT is a real estate company formed to primarily own and invest in net leased, single tenant properties. It has properties in Oahu, Hawaii and the mainland United States.

Beyond Wellesley restaurant review: Cook in Newton

An 80-seat bistro that calls its food "New American," Cook goes by the philosophy that the food is dressed up, but you can dress down. After trying it out, I'm down with it all, from the freshness of the locally sourced ingredients to the atmosphere of light and space to the excellent service.

Larry Goldings - From Jazz Club to Arena Rock

From the singular sound of his organ trio , to his live and recorded work with artists like Maceo Parker, John Scofield, James Taylor, and now John Mayer, the Los Angeles-based keyboardist and composer is known the world over as a musician with the ears and fingers to do just about anything. "I grew-up in West Newton, Massachusetts, 20 minutes from Boston," Goldings says via phone from Los Angeles, just days before joining Mayer for an arena tour slated to last until the end of the year.

Select Income REIT (SIR) Upgraded by Zacks Investment Research to Hold

According to Zacks, "Select Income REIT is a real estate company formed to primarily own and invest in net leased, single tenant properties. It has properties in Oahu, Hawaii and the mainland United States.

This Week In Palestine: Professor Eve Spangler's special course at Boston College, Segment 1

Our entire broadcast today is our conversation with Boston College Professor Eve Spangler , who for the last decade has taught a course on the Israel/Palestine conflict. As part of the course she takes her students to Israel/Palestine each January.

Avoiding pier pressure in South Boston, a new leader at the aquarium

If you've already stocked up on groceries, batteries, and gasoline, then here's the last item on your pre-blizzard checklist: the latest from Jon Chesto and a roundup of the day's top business news for Monday, March 13. Pier pressure: Few sections of Boston have changed as dramatically as the South Boston waterfront. Fancy restaurants, luxury apartments, and glass-walled office towers are springing up where ramshackle warehouses, tired seafood joints, and mud-spattered parking lots once abounded.

Israel's Ban Of BDS Supporters Stirs Rather Than Stifles Debate

The Israeli Knesset recently passed a bill that bans entry to Israel of foreign nationals who call for economic, cultural or academic boycotts of either Israel or the territory it controls beyond the Green Line. It's left me wondering: As a pro-Israel, pro-peace American Jew who is committed to the two-state solution and to opposing the occupation, am I still welcome in Israel? I grew up actively involved in the Jewish community in Newton, Massachusetts, attending Jewish day school and participating in a Jewish youth group.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff Readers react to the tragic story of two Brookline sisters

I began wondering as soon as my editors hit the "publish" button a week ago Sunday on my 4,500-word story, " Two sisters, one house and a mystery ." How would readers react to my attempt to understand the lives of two reclusive women from Brookline, one of whom co-existed with the other's dead body for about a year inside their rundown childhood mansion? Would this macabre scene trigger cruel judgments of Lynda and Sheryl Waldman? Or of me for further exposing their troubled lives? I had spent weeks researching this piece, and knew I was too close to predict a typical reader's response.

Select Income REIT (SIR) Rating Increased to Hold at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Select Income REIT is a real estate company formed to primarily own and invest in net leased, single tenant properties. It has properties in Oahu, Hawaii and the mainland United States.

This Week In Palestine: Amahl Bishara examines Palestinians'...

Our Palestinian voice this week is Amahl Bishara, anthropologist, author, activist, and Associate Professor of Anthropology at Tufts University. She is a frequent visitor to the AIDA refugee camp in Bethlehem, which is the home of her husband's family.

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