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Newton is the suburban city in the Middlesex county of United States. It’s approximately around 11 kilo meters west of the downtown Boston and is encircled by the West Roxbury and Boston's Brighton neighborhoods to the south and east, respectively as well as by the outskirts of Brookline to east, the outskirts of Waltham and Watertown to north and Needham and Wellesley to west. Instead of having one city center, the Newton features a patchwork of 163 villages. As per the 2010 United States survey, the population of the city was about 85146, making it the 11th biggest city in the nation.

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Newton’s proximity to the Boston along with its good public schools, historic homes, and quite and safe neighborhoods make it an attractive community for those that who drive to Boston. The city Newton is catered by the 3 modes of mass transit ruled by the MBTA: bus service, commuter rail and light rail.

The city has been continuously topped as one of the finest cities to reside in the country. During 2012 august, the money magazine titled Newton 4th best small city amongst places to reside in America and has been titled as the safest city in country as per Aneki.

Newton was incorporated in the year 1630 as portion of “The newetowne” that became Cambridge during the year 1638. Later after, it became its own small town during 1688. There are many historical places of fascinate in Newton region. These incoporate Crystal Lake, the West Parish and East Parish burying grounds, as well as the Jackson Homestead that now holds the Newton well known Museum. Local resident and historian Diana Muir has described about the history encircling Bullough’s Pond, the scene from 2008 production of The Women was even filmed there. Sections of the Patriots Day, 2016 drams, about 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, were captured at Lasell College in the Newton city.

Media system of the Newton

  • Newspapers: the Newton cities community newspapers are The Newton Voice and The Newton Tab, it was published by the company called community newspaper. The city community is even catered by its high school publications incorporating Newton South High School's Lion's Roar and Denebola, and Newton North High School's Newtonite.
  • TV: citizens of the city had access to a NewTv, Community media center and state-of-the-art television studio, suitated at 23 Needham Street in the Newton Highlands. The city is even the NECN headquarter, a regional news networked possessed by the NBC.

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Fill with concrete one part granulated Portland Cement, two parts sand and four parts fine broken stone or gravel to the level of small blocks for holes, and pack concrete all around under the 2-inch by 8-inch plank to form panel; tamp hard, making sure there are no voids. Smooth off face of concrete and let stand for a week, or until the concrete is thoroughly dry. If the surface is not smooth enough a coating of grout, one part granulated Portland Cement and one part fine, clean sand, mixed as thick as cream, may be applied with a brush after first roughening surface and wetting it thoroughly. A moderately dry concrete should be used in this form, the lattice may be built in place by leaving off the 4-inch by 4-inch block at the top of form and boarding up the open space in front of "hole-blocks" with a 3/2-inch plank and pouring the concrete in from the top. A very wet concrete should be used if this plan is followed.

Chimney caps of concrete are rapidly supplanting stone, brick or iron, as they are not only cheaper and more durable, but protect the top of chimney better. Make a bottomless box the size of the required cap, and one or more small bottomless boxes to correspond to the flue or flues of the chimney, and 1/, inch higher, so that the surface of the concrete can be sloped to allow water to flow off, and set in place (Fig. 42). The thickness is usually about 4 inches, but this can be varied to suit convenience. Plaster the inside surface of the large mold with '/2 inch of stiff mortar and then immediately fill form one-half full with one part granulated Portland Cement, three parts clean, coarse sand and six parts broken stone, and put in reinforcing, either woven wire, expanded metal or Y4-inch rods, complete, and tamp until water puddles on top. When partly set, trowel smooth. If it is desired to build the cap in place, the following plan should be adhered to: Place small rods across the chimney between the flues. On these build platform of tongue and grooved board planed on upper side and driven snug together, but not nailed. On this platform place the concrete forms previously described and fill with reinforced concrete. After the concrete has set (at least a week is needed) remove platform and rods by raising each side of chimney cap alternately and knocking platform apart. Remove outer and inner concrete forms. Raise one end of slab, cover all accessible surface of top of chimney with mortar, lower cap on bed thus formed and remove rods under end. Repeat process at opposite end. Tree surgery not only consists in cutting away all the decaying and dead matter of the tree, but embraces also the pruning and chaining of limbs, 152 scraping, and filling of cavities. Through the skillful methods used by the tree surgeon it is possible to give a new lease of life to trees which apparently have reached their limit of existence. The cavities are caused by poor pruning of limbs, the breaking off of branches and other injuries. While the treatment of the cavities varies more or less in different cases, if the specifications given below are followed closely a good job should result. The tree grows in girth by the deposit of a thin layer of new wood between the wood and the bark. It is this new layer and others recently formed which are known as the sapwood and form the active section of the trunk and branches. The inner rings are gradually covered by the yearly deposit of this new growth, and in turn the living sapwood becomes heartwood, which is dead, and serves merely as a strong framework for the living parts of the tree. This is the reason why hollow trees may often be found in a flourishing condition when the heartwood has entirely disappeared. Cut out all the deceased and decaying part of the tree without regard to the size of the wound which is made. This must be cleaned out with the same thoroughness which a dentist uses when cleaning the cavity of a tooth for a filling. If all of the decayed matter is not removed the decay will continue as if the filling had not been placed.

Auburndale is a village of Newton MA.
Chestnut Hill is a village of Boston, Brookline and Newton Massachusetts.
Newton Centre is a small village of Newton Mass.
Newton Highlands is a village of Newton MA.
Newton Lower Falls is a village of Newton MA.
Newton Upper Falls is a village of Newton MA.
Newtonville is a village of Newton Massachusetts.
Nonantum is also one of the many villages of Newton Mass.
Thompsonville another village of Newton MA.
Waban is a village of Newton MA.

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