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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

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Towns/Cities near newton, massachusetts : Watertown Waltham Wellesley Needham Waban Thompsonville

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UMass Closes Deal To Acquire Mount Ida In NewtonUMass Amherst has...

It's a done deal. UMass Amherst has closed on its controversial real estate purchase of Mount Ida College, which abruptly shut down this month.

Is NHL Just Making Up Rules In The Conference Finals?

Boston Police Officer Charged In Drunk Driving Crash Due Back In Court A Boston Police officer charged with driving drunk in a crash that nearly killed a man will be in court Friday. Do School Buses Need Seat Belts? Impassioned debates about safety tend to follow every deadly wreck involving a school bus.

Mount Ida official tells Senate, - We had a perfect storm of failures'

The head of a state Senate committee said she will push to subpoena top Mount Ida College officials after they did not appear at a heated hearing Wednesday, deepening questions about the degree to which the school hid its crumbling finances before it closed abruptly. Lawmakers spent hours on Wednesday questioning Carmin C. Reiss, the chair of Mount Ida's Board of Trustees, and University of Massachusetts Amherst leaders ahead of their planned $75 million agreement for UMass to buy the defunct school's Newton campus.

RMR Group (RMR) Cut to Hold at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "The RMR Group Inc. primarily provides management services to publicly owned real estate investment trusts and real estate operating companies. The RMR Group Inc. is headquartered in Newton, MA.

College officials may face subpoenas from panel on closure

In this April 6, 2018 photo, students walk on the campus of Mount Ida College in Newton, Mass. The state attorney general's office said Tuesday, May 15, 2018, that the sale of the college to the University of Massachusetts-Amherst can proceed because UMass paid fair market value for the smaller school, and the only alternative was the bankruptcy and closure of Mount Ida.

Newton police monitor black bear up in tree

A black bear made its way up a large tree in Newton and perched on a branch for several hours on Tuesday night, officials said. The animal was spotted in the tree near 1320 Centre St. - and close to the Green Line tracks - around 9 p.m., but climbed back down sometime during the night and moved on, said Newton police Lieutenant Bruce Apotheker.

Popular African-American hair products may contain toxic chemicals,...

A study, conducted by researchers at Silent Springs Institute in Newton, Massachusetts, and Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, suggests the main ingredients in things as common as shampoo and conditioner may contain harmful chemicals linked to cancer and preterm birth. The study was made available online in April by the Environmental Research journal.

Maybe UMass Boston should be - independent' of system, Lynch says

As tensions escalated this week between members of the UMass Boston community and the UMass president's office, elected officials touring the Columbia Point campus made it clear that they plan to weigh in heavily on how its land will be used and its status within the UMass system.

AG finds "fair value" in Mount Ida deal, recommends deal closing

Mount Ida College in Newton will receive "fair value" for its assets through its proposed acquisition by UMass Amherst, according to Attorney General Maura Healey's office, which found after a review that the consequences of not closing on the deal by May 16 "will be more devastating than they would be if the transaction occurs." In a letter Tuesday to the college, Healey deputies said they expedited their review of whether Mount Ida will receive fair value due to "deeply regrettable circumstances" and concluded that closing on the deal by Wednesday will enable Mount Ida to avoid bankruptcy, ensure payment of outstanding wages to workers and secure commitments made by UMass to Mount Ida students.

Rockport files Chapter 11, Charlesbank to buy assets

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Gretchen Ertl for The Boston Globe Founder of 2nd Time Around tries a 3rd act on Newbury Street

After a seven-year hiatus, the founder and CEO of the 2nd Time Around chain of consignment stores is back at 176 Newbury St., occupying the same location that served as the company's flagship for over two decades. But instead of preppy Lilly Pulitzer threads, J.Crew cardigans, and coveted Diane von Furstenberg wrap dresses, there's a distinctly different vibe in his newest venture, Thrive Exchange.

Rockport plans sale to equity group in bankruptcy move

The Rockport Group will sell its assets to private equity group Charlesbank under a bankruptcy plan as the shoemaker struggles to compete in a tougher retail market. The Newton, Massachusetts-based company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for Delaware.

College's final class of graduates hold own commencement

The senior class of Newton-based Mount Ida College graduated Saturday in a commencement ceremony that did not include college president Barry Brown and the school's board of trustees. The Boston Globe reports students asked they not attend following the officials' sudden announcement in April that the school would close following the spring semester.

This Week In Palestine: Barry Trachtenberg and Rabab Abdulhadi on Campus Censorship, Segment 1

Today we return to an examination of censorship issues on US campuses, and feature a fascinating panel of speakers from the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs' Conference held in March of 2018. Back to back you will hear Dr. Barry Trachtenberg, professor of Judaic Studies at Wake Forest University, followed by Dr. Rabab Abdulhadi, the besieged professor of Middle East Studies at San Francisco State University.

Senators to hold oversight hearing on UMass-Mount Ida deal

Plans by the University of Massachusetts-Amherst to purchase the assets of Mount Ida College are coming under scrutiny in Massachusetts. The deal has generated controversy and the Senate Post Audit and Oversight Committee has scheduled a hearing at the Statehouse for Wednesday at noon.

Hair Care Products for Black Women May Disrupt Hormones

Many black women use a plethora of hair care products that contain chemicals that can interfere with their hormones, researchers warn. They noted these chemicals could be a reason why black women have higher rates of certain hormone-related health conditions than other women in the United States.

Winter's wrath was felt in Boston on this day 41 years ago

Boston residents happily welcomed 70-degree weather and sunny skies this week, but 41 years ago, the region was hit with a blast of wind and snow. Some areas looked like a winter wonderland.

Collins sworn in, eyes UMass hearing on Mount Ida College

Nick Collins, state Senator-elect for the First Suffolk District, was sworn in at noon today by Gov. Charlie Baker and will join the legislative body just in time for continued budget discussions and the upcoming hearing on UMass Amherst's proposed acquisition of Mount Ida College.

Man who crawled onto school bus in traffic denies it was road rage, says he's not crazy

A man stopped a school bus in Newton, Mass., and hopped on the hood of the bus to ask the driver why the bus's windows were so dark. A man stopped a school bus in Newton, Mass., and hopped on the hood of the bus to ask the driver why the bus's windows were so dark.

Many Hair Care Products for Black Women Contain Hormone Disrupters

Hair care products marketed to black women could be putting them at risk for a host of health issues, like cancer, reproductive disorders, asthma and birth defects. So say scientists at the Silent Spring Institute in Newton, Massachusetts.

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