Magnet fishing lands explosive catch

By Jeanne Hopkins

For the second time in less than five days, residents in Needham, Dover and Wellesley received an emergency alert from the Massachusetts State Police on Wednesday afternoon that they might […]

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Revisiting large house regulations

By Peter O’Neil

A Town Meeting member has chosen to go the citizens’ petition route to address the longstanding question of what, if anything, the town should do to regulate the size of […]

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Local designer helps set the Hollywood scenes

By Jody Feinberg

If you’re tuning in to the Oscars Sunday night to see the Best Picture winner, you might miss the award for Best Achievement in Production Design. But Needham resident Jen […]

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Town Meeting to consider funds for Quiet Zone  

By Peter O’Neil

Town officials are preparing to make the most significant funding request to date to establish a Quiet Zone that would eliminate the need for commuter rail trains to routinely sound […]

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Three Cs at core of Sunita Williams improvement plan

By Christian Maitre

Sunita Williams Elementary School principal Kiana Brunson presented the school’s 2024 improvement plan at Tuesday’s School Committee meeting. The plan focused on helping students return to a post-pandemic learning environment, […]

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Presidential campaign comes to town

By Jeanne Hopkins

In a swing through New England ahead of Super Tuesday’s presidential primary, Republican candidate Nikki Haley brought her campaign to Massachusetts — specifically Needham — with a rally at the […]

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Basketball bows out as cheer and dance move on

By Bob Clark

The season is over for Needham High’s basketball teams. Both the girls and the boys were eliminated in round of 16 of play Tuesday night in the MIAA Division 1 […]

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