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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
Norman Di Giovanni, the master's translator

Norman Thomas di Giovanni will be remembered by friends in Buenos Aires for his wit and for his brash manner in all that he set out to do. He must also be remembered for his brilliant literary training, his high quality as a translator and his capacity to move from his hard-knocks managerial style to his kindness as a friend to all of his friends and for his often excessive generosity.

Robbins: Time for 'progressives' to prove it

At his press conference last week, President Trump tongue-lashed a Jewish reporter who innocently asked about "an uptick in anti-Semitism." The president instructed him to be "quiet," denouncing the question as "repulsive."

Lawmakers to consider increasing juvenile court age

Some criminal justice reform advocates are backing a proposal to expand the Massachusetts juvenile court system to include defendants up to age 21. "Generally speaking, I feel pretty certain the type of attention they get in the juvenile system promotes less recidivism and provides more assistance in helping young people make positive changes in their lives," said state Rep. Kay Khan, D-Newton, one of the proposal's sponsors. The bill, which was introduced in January, would increase the age for the juvenile court system one year at a time over three years.

Senate looking to overhaul state's criminal justice system

Eliminating minimum mandatory sentences, revamping the bail system and raising the age of those sent to juvenile court from 18 to 21 are just some of the steps the Massachusetts Senate is weighing as it seeks to overhaul the state's criminal justice system. On Thursday - ahead of the release of a long-awaited study - a number of senators outlined what they would like to see Massachusetts do to focus more on serious criminals while preventing lower-level offenders from languishing in prison on the taxpayer's dime.

Heslam: Pimping case shows heroin's horrific toll

Opiate overdoses are claiming an alarming number of lives here and across the country, but there's another horrific side to the drug epidemic that's rarely discussed: human trafficking. In a Boston courtroom yesterday, the disturbing human toll was made clear as an alleged pimp was accused of preying on young women with drug problems.

Marijuana-cultivation facility gets green light in Fitchburg

The Fitchburg Planning Board unanimously approved a special permit for the facility on 20 Authority Drive on Tuesday night following a largely positive public hearing. "It looks like a very low-impact facility that should not impact the quality of life or property values at Saw Mill Pond ," said Dan Tocci, who lives in the nearby 60-unit complex said.

Hospitalized After Stabbing in Newton, Massachusetts

Police say Chad Michael Kirby, 36, of Quincy, was arrested nearby in connection to the stabbing. "I always say 'if it can happen here in Newton, one of the safest cities in America, it can happen anywhere'".

Person stabbed in West Newton and police have one person in custody

One person was injured and a second person is in police custody following a stabbing incident in West Newton Tuesday afternoon, Newton police said. The incident happened near the intersection of Washington and Watertown streets after 12 p.m., said Newton Police Lt.

Two woman held on bail in Mass. sex trafficking case

Two women are being held on bail on charges they allegedly trafficked women for commercial sex in Massachusetts through an online escort service, according to Attorney General Maura Healey, whose office launched the investigation five months ago. Sonya Palic, 46, of Manchester, N.H., was arraigned last Wednesday in Concord District Court on the charges of: trafficking in persons for sexual servitude , deriving support from prostitution , money laundering and conspiracy to traffic persons for sexual servitude .

Incoming storm will have a - significant impact'

Richard Morrill of Newton shoveled his sidewalk on Saturday. Another storm is on the way, but a lot remains up in the air in terms of snowfall and impact.

Newton moves toward becoming - welcoming city'

"It's important to me that the city and the country be welcoming to everyone," said Debora Polter, who held a sign in the Newton City Council chambers. NEWTON - City councilors moved Wednesday toward making Newton a "welcoming city" to all residents regardless of immigration status, despite President's Trump's pledge to crack down on communities that shield undocumented immigrants.

Travel agent who scammed customers gets year in prison, probation

A Massachusetts travel agent has been sentenced to almost four years in prison for using millions of dollars in deposits from customers booking cruises to support his gambling habit. Federal prosecutors say 44-year-old Bret Gordon, of Waltham, was also sentenced Wednesday to three years of probation and was ordered to pay full restitution.

Mass Highways Shut Down After Several Crashes

Ryan DeRoo captured this video where more than 30 cars were involved in a crash on Route 128 in Wakefield, Mass., on Wednesday morning. There were no injuries.

Icy roads cause crashes on highways, streets around Greater Boston

Rain coupled with freezing temperatures is causing major problems on highways and streets during the commute Wednesday morning, with a series of multiple vehicle crashes reported around Greater Boston. MassDOT has deployed sand and salt trucks across eastern Massachusetts, particularly on the Massachusetts Turnpike and Interstate 93. "Icy conditions,'' MassDOT warned on its Twitter account.

This Week In Palestine: Remainder of the Jonathan Cook interview, plus a BDS action alert , Segment 1

Our feature presentation this week is the remainder of an interview, the first half of which we presented last week, with British journalist Jonathan Cook. As we said then, Cook lives and writes from Nazareth, a predominately Palestinian/Arab city in the north of Israel.

Your View: Protect girls from genital mutilation

What you are about to read may disturb you. It is not against the law in Massachusetts for a person to cut away the outer genitals of a girl, without using anesthesia, to make her a more attractive bride in certain communities.

Should your town become a sanctuary city?

Since President Trump's election, Newton and Salem have entered the debate over whether to become sanctuary cities and shield immigrants from aggressive enforcement. But suburbs like Acton and Arlington are exploring the idea as well.

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