Newton Corner, Massachusetts
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Newton Corner is a village of Newton, Massachusetts, United States. Newton Corner borders Brighton, a neighborhood of Boston, as well as the city of Watertown, Massachusetts. Newton Corner is divided by the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), it has on-off access in both directions at Exit 17.
Newton Corner station formerly saw streetcar and commuter rail service; it now serves as a busy bus depot serving downtown express routes as well as local buses.
- Underwood Elementary School (Public) - 101 Vernon Street
- Bigelow Middle School (Public) - 42 Vernon Street
- Lincoln-Eliot Elementary School (Public) - 191 Pearl Street
- Newton Country Day School (Private) - 785 Centre Street
The Chamberlayne School, now Mount Ida College, was founded in 1899 as a private all-female high school on Mount Ida Hill in Newton Corner.
- Robert Pinsky, former US Poet Laureate
- Sidewalk Sam (Robert Guillemin), folk artist
- Taylor Twellman, soccer player
- Roman Totenberg, violinist, teacher
- Steve Grossman, Massachusetts State Treasurer 2011–present
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