The villages of West Newton, Nonantum, Newtonville, and Newton Corner form the northern portion of Newton with the I-90 Mass Turnpike running through from east to west.
West Newton is the oldest of the 13 villages located in the north central part of Newton, and borders the town of Waltham to the north. Small businesses, stores and restaurants can be found at its village square; most notably the West Newton Cinema and Blue Ribbon BBQ.
Nonantum is positioned at the northern end of Newton, and it is also known as “Silver Lake” or “The Lake” by the locals; referring to a lake that was once a part of the village, but was later filled in with construction rubble in the 1950s. Nonantum’s most noteworthy attractions are the many restaurants and food markets featuring Italian cuisine.
Newtonville is mostly suburban homes. Its village center hosts a variety of venues with restaurants, bakeries, cafes, book stores, banks, fitness centers, and even a pet store.
Newton Corner borders the city of Watertown and the neighborhood of Brighton in Boston. It’s divided by the I-90 Mass Turnpike and has access at Exit 17 for both eastbound and westbound. It is home to Underwood Elementary School, Bigelow Middle School, and the Newton Country Day Private School.
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