Board Of Education Holds Public Meeting To Hear Mount Ida Closing ConcernsThe Massachusetts Board of Higher Education heard from upset parents and students about the closing of Mount Ida College.
Man Charged In Newton Star Market Stabbing Has Mental Illness HistoryA man charged in a brutal random attack at a supermarket in Newton has a long history of mental illness, a court clinician said Tuesday.
Window Washer Injured In Fall At Newton-Wellesley HospitalThe worker, a 41-year-old man, suffered severe leg injuries that were not life-threatening, a fire official said.
Some Local Students Say They Are 'Numb' To School ShootingsHigh school students from Newton said they have become numb to the tragic images associated with school shootings.
Newton Schools Shelter In Place While Police Search For Suspects NearbySeveral Newton schools were ordered to shelter in place while police searched the area for suspects in an unknown incident.
Surveillance Video Captures WBZ Reporter's Reaction To Vikings' VictoryWhile Patriots fans are enjoying the familiar thrill of heading into the AFC Championship Game, one fan in New England is pinching himself.
Family Dog Stolen From Newton HomePolice say someone broke into a Newton home and stole a family's dog.
Coyote Kills Cat In NewtonResidents are being warned about a coyote seen preying on cats in Newton's Auburndale neighborhood.
Vaping In School Raises Concerns From Administration, ParentsThe principal of Newton South High School is concerned about the growing number of students that are vaping with new, discrete devices at school.
How Much Do People In Greater Boston Spend On Holiday Shopping?WalletHub's 2017 Holiday Budgets by City report was released Tuesday, and several Massachusetts cities are high up on the list.
New Mayors Elected In Lynn, Newton, AttleboroSeveral cities held mayoral elections across Massachusetts Tuesday.
Mayoral Races To Be Decided In Boston, Newton, Lawrence, FraminghamVoters in Boston will decide whether to return Democratic Mayor Marty Walsh to City Hall for another four-year term.