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      • The 13 villages are: Auburndale , Chestnut Hill , Newton Centre , Newton Corner, Newton Highlands, Newton Lower Falls , Newton Upper Falls (both on the Charles River, and both former small industrial sites), Newtonville , Nonantum (also known as Silver Lake or "The Lake"), Oak Hill, Thompsonville , Waban and West Newton .
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  2. Apr 16, 2012 · Some city maps split up Oak Hill and Oak Hill Park into two separate villages which would make the number total fourteen. Still other people consider the “Four Corners” as its own separate village. As I said previously, in Newton, Massachusetts there is no one sure answer although most residences will claim there are thirteen.

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  3. The 13 villages are: Auburndale, Chestnut Hill, Newton Centre, Newton Corner, Newton Highlands, Newton Lower Falls, Newton Upper Falls (both on the Charles River, and both former small industrial sites), Newtonville, Nonantum (also known as Silver Lake or "The Lake"), Oak Hill, Thompsonville, Waban and West Newton.

  4. The City of Newton, Massachusetts consists of thirteen officially recognized villages. Like most Massachusetts villages, the villages of Newton do not have any legal representation, and are existent mostly for cultural reasons. Most Newtonian villages contain a downtown center, a post office, and a unique zip code. Recognized

  5. The 13 villages are: Auburndale, Chestnut Hill, Newton Centre, Newton Corner, Newton Highlands, Newton Lower Falls, Newton Upper Falls (both on the Charles River, and both once small industrial sites), Newtonville, Nonantum (also called "The Lake"), Oak Hill, Thompsonville, Waban and West Newton.

  6. The Villages of Newton, Mass., The Tale of One Village, Newton Corner: 1630 -1976 (Bicentennial Lecture), Newton: March 30, 1976; Newton, Massachusetts 1688-1988: A Celebration of Three Hundred Years (Part of the Newton Tricentennial Celebration) Newton: 1988; Newton Village Study Prepared for the City of Newton, MA by Connery Associates, Paul C.K

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