By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now During the Monday night meeting, the local board of education authorized giving employees $75 more per month for their health-insurance premiums for the 2017 fiscal year. “The concern we all have as district leaders, as well as employees, is how the contributions impact employee responsibility,” said Russell Miller, assistant superintendent. The board voted in favor 4 to 2, with Barbara Bunting
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