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Vitamin World Most Recent Business To Close In Coolidge Corner

After 20 years in Coolidge Corner Vitamin World is closing its doors. The shop is holding a 50 percent-off sale and will close at the...

RTN Federal Credit Union Offering Free Home-Buying & Home Selling Seminars...

RTN Federal Credit Union will be holding several Financial Education seminars in their branches this Fall. A seminar designed specifically for first-time home buyers will...

Drivers Are Using Brookline’s Parking App

It has been about six months since Brookline joined the likes of Boston and Newton and allowed folks parking in town to pay via...

Partial Building Collapse Prompts Inspection Law Concerns In Brookline

A partial building collapse in Brookline, Massachusetts, last week has prompted new concerns about state and local inspection laws. According to town inspectors, there is...

Temple Ohabei Shalom Celebrates 175 Years

Capped by a dome and rich in intricate detail, Temple Ohabei Shalom stands not just as a testament to Judaism but to the history...

Tom Brady Dishes On Diet As “TB12 Method” Book Is Released

With the release of his new book, “The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance,” Patriots quarterback Tom Brady told CBS...

Brookline Native Irene Li Earns Spot On Zagat “30 Under 30”

At 27, Irene Li is making a name for herself in the culinary world. Zagat recently named the Brookline native and co-founder of the Mei...

Brookline’s Pineapple Thai Could Get A Cambridge Counterpart

A Thai restaurant in Brookline will add a second location across the river in Cambridge. Pineapple Thai Cuisine (6 Cypress Street) applied for a victualler license...

Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Center Closed September 19

Due to the inclement weather, the Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Center will be closed on Tuesday, September 19th. Your understanding is greatly appreciated. Brookline Household Hazardous...

Traffic Alert: Beacon Street To Close In Coolidge Corner After 9...

Beacon Street from Pleasant Street to Harvard on the Westbound side (think: the opposite side from Trader Joe's) will be closed from 9:00 p.m....

Brookline Educational Honors

Elizabeth Scholle, Bronwyn Purcell and Adam Rintell, all of Chestnut Hill, graduated from Bates College on May 29. Theo Nygren, of Brookline, along with over...

Upcoming Friday, Sept. 22 Cabaret duo Ben and Brad to perform: 2:30-3:30 p.m., Wingate at Chestnut Hill, 615 Heath St., Brookline. Ben and Brad are the...

Tropical Storm Watch Posted For Southeastern Massachusetts

The National Weather Service has issued a tropical storm watch for southeastern Massachusetts as Hurricane Jose passes southeast of Nantucket on Tuesday and Wednesday. The...

Police Blotter

All of the following is from Brookline Police log or online blog. They are excerpts taken from the public police log and represent a...

Hazmat Leak At Larz Anderson Skating Rink

Larz Anderson Park is still closed, hours after a Hazmat leak was reported at the skating rink in Brookline, police said. Brookline Police and fire...

BC Students Injured In Acid Attack In France

The four Americans who were injured by acid in an incident in Marseille, France are all Boston College students, the school confirmed. The university said...

Football Game Recap: Newton South vs. Brookline

In their previous meeting, Brookline delivered Newton South a punishing 34 - 6 defeat. Things did not go nearly so well for Brookline this time around, however. Victory...

Brookline Partial Building Collapse: Residents Evacuated, Sidewalks Closed

The Brookline Fire department and police evacuated nearby buildings on Egmont Street where part of an apartment building collapsed this afternoon. By 5:00 p.m....

Settlement Reached In Discrimination Allegations Against Brookline School

The U.S. Attorney’s Office has reached a settlement agreement with the Park School in Brookline over allegations that it discriminated against a disabled girl,...

Fairs & Festivals In Eastern Massachusetts

Summer’s end is coming, but there’s still plenty of fun around. Weekend of Sept. 15-17 KING RICHARD’S FAIRE — Weekends, Sept. 2-Oct. 22, including Columbus Day. Gates...

After Natural Disasters, Red Cross Hosting Blood Drives

As the American Red Cross responds to wildfires and historic hurricanes, eligible donors are reminded that giving blood or platelets during National Preparedness Month...

Shan-A-Punjab Тo Move Into Old Rubin’s Space

Why did the Indian restaurant cross the road? To get to the other side, of course. Brookline’s Shan-A-Punjab — a popular Indian restaurant serving staples...

Town Leaders Seek To Make “Selectwoman” The Official Title

There is a growing trend in language to be more inclusive by moving toward gender neutrality. However, a group of nutty leaders in Brookline,...

Brookline Schools To Celebrate Car-Free Day In October

From the Town of Brookline Department of Public Health: On Wednesday morning, October 4, 2017, fewer Brookline students will be jumping out of private cars...

Bring Back Father Nick Arlington Protest Moves To Brookline

The fight continues for a number of confused and angry parishioners and supporters of Father Nick, more than a month after he was abruptly...

Free Applesauce, Help For Texas & Florida At The Village Watch...

As folks around town, from the firefighters to children selling lemonade to raise funds for those affected by the recent hurricanes in Texas and...

Police Blotter

Thursday, Sept. 7 Vehicle theft: At 2:26 p.m., police received a report of vehicle theft from Heb Chambers on Commonwealth Avenue. Leaf blower: At 2 p.m.,...

Mother Goose On The Loose

Drop-in lapsit program for children, ages 13-23 months, and their caregivers. Join us for stories, fingerplays and songs. When: The next event in this series is on...

Uncommon Feasts To Host A Fall Pop-Up​ ​Dinner In Brookline

Uncommon Feasts is hosting a pop-up dinner to celebrate Fall in Boston with a feast showcasing the knockout ingredients of the season and of...

Brookline Adjusts School Menu Following Families’ Concerns

Brookline Public Schools are making adjustments to the new school meal program following criticism from parents. Options like pancakes with grapes and fruit juice for...

Oppose The Construction Of A 120-ft Monopole Cell Tower

T-Mobile has filed for a variance from the Rockland Zoning Board of Appeals to construct a 120-foot monopole cell tower at the end of...

Brookline’s Fire Stations Hold Moment Of Silence

As police and fire departments across the country remember those who died as a result of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the Commonwealth...
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