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Have You Ever Heard About the Time Boston Banned Kissing in Canoes?

Around the turn of the 20th century, the Charles River between Waltham and Newton Lower Falls became a legendary place for recreation and romance....

Skating in Upper Falls!

Every once in a great while the ice on New Pond (just west of the Stone Barn in Hemlock Gorge) is both thick enough...

Do you have an instrument that you don’t need or want anymore?

Hi - My name is Abigail Miller. I am in twelfth grade at Newton South High School. I am currently running my fifth instrument...

Apply for an Intern Position With OurNewton.org

Are you considering applying for an Intern Position with OurNewton.org The mission of OurNewton.org is to foster community engagement, cultural vitality, and civic pride for the...

We Have a New Face Now We Need a New Logo

Announcing OurNewton.org's New Logo Competition! All you graphic artists, inspired marketing people, visionary students of on-line media are invited to submit your design for our...

JustThink: Teens Making Smart Choices Coming This Thursday, Jan 18

MIDDLE SCHOOL and HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS and PARENTS/GUARDIANS INVITED Teens and adults are invited to the Just Think: Teens Making Smart Choices expo for participative, informative exhibits;...

Support Plugged In!

There is still time to make a tax deductible donation to Plugged In.  We are $10,000 away from meeting our fall appeal goal of...

Support Green Newton in 2018!

Your support is crucial to Green Newton's grassroots work on critical issues of climate change and protecting our natural resources – locally and beyond. Join or Renew Now As...

Family Access Learning Now Enrolling for the 2018-19 school year

This is the time of year we begin our enrollment process for our Early Learning Center for the 2018-2019 school year. We are reaching...

Newton Community Preservation Public Hearings – January 23

Newton CPC January 23 public hearings for $5.5 million in CPA funding READ MORE