Week in Review: School Budget, a Subway Spokesman and MBTA Cuts

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  • Newton Patch featured the leaders behind Newton's two outstanding high school theatre programs. . 
  • The city announced a new project that .
  • Two people were sent to the hospital Monday night after .
  • Local colleges announced their commencement speakers earlier this week; and .
  • The Newton School Committee for students during the construction project.
  • The School Committee also this week and on Thursday, . 
  • after she allegedly tried to use her position to lower her brother's dental bill.
  • A report issued by the MAPC this week says that . 
  • MBTA officials also thanking customers for their input and inviting them to stay engaged. Meanwhile,.
  • In sports news, a number of local Newton indoor track athletes competed at the New Balance Indoor Nationals last weekend .
  • Newton Police . 
  • Attorney General Martha Coakley has .
  • Three weeks after their farm stand burned down, members of the Newton Community Farm .
  • Now entering the fourth week of his disappearance, family and friends of missing Boston College student Franco Garcia are . 
  • News surfaced this week that .
  • Subway spokesman Jared Fogle .
  • The state is investigating .   
  • Newton Patch readers this week .


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