Quiet Zone plans chug along

By Peter O’Neil

The good news for hundreds of residents who support the elimination of train horns along the town’s MBTA commuter rail line is that the Quiet Zone project to end the […]

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HONE reaches for compromise on MBTA Law zoning

By Peter O’Neil

The Housing Needham Advisory Group (HONE) has put forward a Solomon-like proposal: two separate zoning articles for Town Meeting to consider to satisfy the MBTA Communities Law’s mandate to allow […]

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Remembering Ford Peckham

By Peter O’Neil

The drive from St. Bartholomew’s Church to Needham Cemetery does not usually go past Bagel’s Best. But when the funeral procession for Ford Peckham turned off Great Plain Avenue to […]

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Lawmakers to hear housing concerns

By Bob Clark

A group of public housing advocates pressing for a range of measures to ease the state housing crisis will make its case to Needham-based lawmakers Sen. Rebecca Rausch and Rep. […]

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Highland Avenue Post Office temporarily closed

By Jeanne Hopkins

According to a sign posted Wednesday on the door of the facility, the Highland Avenue Post Office is temporarily closed. No official information was immediately available, but patrons at the […]

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