Needham is a community in Norfolk Region, Massachusetts, USA. A residential area of Boston, its population was 30,999 at the 2017 census. It is house to the Franklin W. Olin University of Engineering.
The Community of Needham runs one high school, Needham Senior high school, which undertook a $62-million restoration that was completed in 2009; 2 middle schools: William F. Pollard Intermediate School, for seventh as well as 8th grade, as well as High Rock College, for 6th quality only; and five elementary schools for qualities K-5: John Eliot Elementary School, Sunita L. Williams Primary School, William Mitchell Grade School, Newman Primary School, and Broadmeadow Primary School. Needham recently completed building the most recent grade school, Sunita L. Williams Grade School, to change the aging Hill Primary school. The latest college opened up in the loss of 2019. Needham is also residence to Catholic colleges such as St. Joseph’s Grade school, and also Monsignor Haddad Middle School, as well as St. Sebastian’s Institution, a Catholic institution for young boys in qualities 7– 12. St. Sebastian’s belongs to the strenuous Independent School League.
Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering is located in Needham.
Needham MA. becomes part of the Greater Boston media market.
In addition to The Boston World (and also its Your Community Needham site) and Boston Herald papers, there are two regional weekly papers, the Needham Times (released by Gatehouse Media, Inc.) and Needham Hometown Weekly (published by Home town Publications, LLC), and an internet site owned by AOL called Needham Patch.
The workshops of tv stations WCVB (5 Boston, ABC), WUTF-TV (27 Worcester, UniMás), and WUNI (66 Marlborough, Univision) are located in Needham, as are the transmitters of WCVB, WBZ-TV (4 Boston, CBS), WGBH-TV (2 Boston, PBS), WGBX-TV (44 Boston, PBS), WBTS-CD (15 Nashua, New Hampshire, NBC), WFXT (25 Boston, Fox), WSBK (38 Boston, MyNetworkTV), WUTF-TV, WNEU (60 Merrimack, New Hampshire, Telemundo), as well as WFXZ-CD (24 Boston, Biz TV). The television towers are likewise the sites of FM radio stations WBUR-FM, WKLB-FM, and also several backup centers for various other terminals.
The Needham Channel offers public-access tv to cable TV customers in Needham. PEG Public, educational, as well as government gain access to shows is created and provided through 3 channels– a community channel, a community channel and an educational network. The three channels are readily available on the channel lineups of each of the three franchised cable suppliers given– Comcast, RCN, as well as Verizon. Selected content is also offered for streaming via The Needham Channel’s website.
Programming on The Needham Network consists of:
Municipal conferences– Board of Selectmen, School Committee, Zoning Board of Appeals, Community Fulfilling
News, Public Matters and Education – The Needham Network News (an once a week real-time regional information program), Needham Schools Spotlight
Sports– Secondary school showing off events
In your area produced programs – Inside Talk, Clelia’s Cucina Italiana, The Language of Service, What’s My Home Worth, solutions from Needham holy places
Programs from other Public Gain Access To Stations
Community Bulletin Board System
Male of Continuous Grief
Boston radio station WEEI (850 AM) transmits from a three-tower website south of the community recycling transfer station. Needham has one radio terminal workshop location, that of Concord-licensed WBNW (1120 AM) located at 144 Gould Street.