Newton is comprised of 13, mainly residential, “villages” that are full of New England charm. Located west of Boston, Newton is home to the New Philharmonia Orchestra of Massachusetts and the Newton Symphony Orchestra. It is also home to a number of colleges or universities including Boston College Law School, Mount Ida College, and Lasell College. In 2010, Newton ranked 3rd out of 100 for “finest small cities to live” by CNNMoney .
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Wellesley Contact Robb Cohen about Bates. Bates School District: Guided by our system wide core values, we have worked to establish a school that views itself as a "Community of Learners" who share in the common experience of living and learning at Bates School. Our communit...
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Back Bay Contact Robb Cohen about Back Bay. The Back Bay is a popular, upscale residential and retail district. Residential streets are lined with historic Victorian Brownstones and quaint gardens. This ½ square mile area hosts many Boston landmarks, such as, Copley Square, the Prudential Cent...
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Boston Contact Robb Cohen about Charlestown. Charlestown is Boston's second oldest neighborhood, situated on a peninsula north of downtown Boston between the Charles and Mystic Rivers. Colonial red brick, row-houses, similar to that of Beacon Hill, line the residential streets of this neighb...
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