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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

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Vivid photos offer a record of a diverse Massachusetts community

Portrait of the Thomas A. and Margaret Dillon Family. Virginia-born coachman Thomas A. Dillon and his wife, Margaret, a domestic servant and native of Newton, Massachusetts, pose in the parlor of their home at 4 Dewey Street with children Thomas, Margaret, and Mary.

Boston Winter Holiday Market Offers Local Charities Free Spot at This Year's Event

NEWTON, Mass: The producer of the Boston Winter Holiday Market said today it plans to offer up to five charities a spot along with local vendors and artists who market their crafts and gifts at Boston's newest holiday tradition. Millennial Entertainment Group, which owns and organizes the popular Boston Winter Holiday Market, says it expects to greatly expand the number of visitors to the European-style open-air festival that began last year as well as increase the number of vendors.

Bright, daytime fireball streaking over New England coast viewed by hundreds in nine states

A bright daytime fireball streaking over the Northeast Wednesday afternoon was reported by almost 200 people throughout the region, including Massachusetts, and might have passed over the Boston area, American Meteor Society operations manager Mike Hankey said. The society's computer model showed that the fireball traveled in a northeast to southwest path over Long Island before falling in the area of Nantucket Canyon, an underwater valley in the Atlantic Ocean.

Rate shock underscores need for single-payer health care

As they make their case for shifting to single-payer health care, two Democrats hoping to seize the Corner Office next year are pointing to soaring premium increases for individuals who purchase insurance through the Massachusetts Health Connector. After President Donald Trump last week announced he would end subsidies the federal government pays monthly to insurers to defray the costs of some plans -- known as cost-sharing reduction payments -- the Health Connector on Thursday said it would raise its rates for next year more than originally anticipated, to cover the lost funds.

Energy's Crossroads

"Getting energy policy right in this country is absolutely critical," Joe Petrowski, CEO of Newton, Mass.-based brand Gulf Oil and convenience chain Cumberland Farms, said at the Renewable Fuels Association's annual ethanol conference in San Antonio, Texas, last week. He admonished the attendees, "Do not leave it to the people in Washington and the statehouses.

This Week In Palestine: a conversation with Israeli journalist Gideon Levy, Segment 1

This week we feature a conversation with Israeli journalist, Gideon Levy, who writes for the Israeli newspaper Haaretz. Levy met with a visiting delegation from the United States in Israel sponsored by the Tree of Life Foundation.

Mass. cannabis panel to choose director after interviewing three finalists

After conducting interviews with three finalists, the Cannabis Control Commission is expected to extend an offer on Thursday to the person best suited to serve as its executive director. The commission received 42 applications for the position, CCC Chairman Steven Hoffman said, and conducted private first round interviews with eight of the applicants.

New tests bring worse scores for Mass. students

Massachusetts public school students in grades 3-8 performed worse on the state's newly redesigned MCAS tests than the older version - often by eye-popping margins, according to a Globe review of MCAS results being released Wednesday. Significantly fewer students at each grade level scored in the top two categories in English and math last spring than their predecessors did in 2014, the last time all public schools in Massachusetts administered the old MCAS, the Globe review found.

High school assignment had kids simulate Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca

Massachusetts high school students pretended to be Muslims in the "Islamic" city of Jerusalem as part of a class assignment used in Newton Public Schools to teach about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a new report revealed. One father was particularly upset when he discovered his daughter had been assigned what he described as an inflammatory pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel article, according to the report.

Castanea Partners backs luxury skincare brand Tatcha

Castanea Partners has acquired a minority stake in Tatcha, a luxury skincare brand. No financial terms were disclosed.

Sheriff Peter Koutoujian Elected President of the Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association

Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian has been elected by his peers to serve as president of the Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association . "From Berkshire County to Essex County and beyond, each day sheriffs across the Commonwealth are making a difference in the lives of those we serve in our communities," said Sheriff Koutoujian.

House, Senate approve bump-stock bans

HOUSE VERSION : House 152-3, approved an amendment that supporters say would ban the sale, purchase or ownership of "bump stock" devices for weapons. Opponents of the amendment disagree and say that the wording of the bill is vague and that the words bump stock do not appear anywhere in the bill.

This Week In Palestine: For the annual Hilda Silverman lecture,...

Each year the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University honors the late Hilda Silverman, a beloved activist for Palestinian Rights, in a lecture series named in her honor. Today we bring you this year's memorial lecture given my Martha Myers, an American born woman who has spent her life working with a variety of organizations throughout the Middle East.

Newton's New Philharmonia Orchestra's 2017-18 Season Opens...

The New Philharmonia Orchestra , under the direction of Francisco Nova , will open its 23rd season on October 21 at 8 p.m. and 22 at 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Newton Centre with their program Soul and Redemption. The concert will feature the ethereal and beautiful sonorities of Christopher Theofanidis' "Rainbow Body," Shostakovich's magnificent 5th Symphony - a powerful musical statement intended as a quest for redemption in the eyes of the Soviet regime - and Erich Korngold 's Cello Concerto, Op.

Allena Pharma Eyes $92 Million Despite Failed Mid-Stage Trial

The IPO market for biotech has turned hot. But is it hot enough to get Allena Pharmaceuticals into the public arena? Three years ago, Allena Pharmaceuticals CEO Alexey Margolin was talking about using a $25 million B round to steer the Newton, MA-based biotech up to the threshold of Phase III.

More medical pot dispensaries offering home delivery in Massachusetts

Often facing long drives to the nearest medical marijuana dispensary, some patients with debilitating conditions are opting for home delivery. "It's something that patients say they really want," said Nichole Snow, a Salem resident and president of the Massachusetts Patient Advocacy Alliance.

RMR Group Inc (RMR) Upgraded at Zacks Investment Research

The brokerage currently has a $61.00 price target on the financial services provider's stock. Zacks Investment Research 's price target would suggest a potential upside of 15.31% from the company's previous close.

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