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1. Bring LEGO to life on May 3. With the help of Empow Studios instructors, students can learn animation software, film editing and bring LEGO...

“What’s Happening? Resisting The Assault On America II”

Boston OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing For Change) presents “What’s Happening? Resisting the Assault on America II” on Sunday, May 6th, from 2:00 p.m. to...

The National Center For Jewish Film’s Annual Festival Starts May 2

The National Center for Jewish Film's annual festival will feature limited release screenings, regional premieres and insightful discussions from May 2 to 13. Professor of American Studies Thomas...
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Chemical Health Policy Stricter Than State’s

Since the 90s, the high school has enforced a chemical health policy that is more strict than the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), specifically...

Proposed Early Education Center Passes Important Milestone

The planned early education building that will be built privately and used by the school department for the Brookline Early Education Program passed an...

Brookline Student Argues To Keep Devotion Name

To the editor: I recently read a column (An open letter on “the two Brooklines”) submitted to the Brookline Tab regarding the renaming of the...

Brookline Students And Allies “Walk Out” Undeterred By Snow

The snow day did not stop dozens of students across the town from walking out in an effort to show where they stood on...

Brookline To Get A New Fire Chief

Last week, following a review of finalists, the Town Administrator recommended an outside candidate for the job of Fire Chief in Brookline ahead of...

3-Year Override Funding Plan To Be Discussed March 6

Select Board Chair Neil Wishinsky has developed a 3-Year Override Funding Plan for discussion at the Select Board meeting on Tuesday evening, March 6. This includes a...

Brookline Should Remove Slaveholder’s Name From School

When Brookline’s $120 million renovation of the Devotion School is complete, it will feature about 24,500 square feet of new space and accommodate an...
Sen. Cynthia Creem

Sen. Cindy Creem Appointed MA Senate Majority Leader

The state senator who represents Newton, Brookline and Wellesley was appointed Senate Majority Leader Wednesday. "I'm thrilled. I'm very, very excited. I'm really so happy...

Brookline Looks To Voters To Help Fund High School Expansion

A Proposition 2 1/2 override is on its way to Brookline voters in May to help fund the high school expansion. During a joint...

New Speed Limit Comes To Brookline

Drivers will soon have to slow down as they navigate Brookline’s roads. In October 2017, the Transportation Board voted in favor of establishing a new...

Are Brookline Voters Going To Be Asked To Increase Their Taxes?

Brookline voters have passed property tax increases twice over the past decade. Will they do it again this year? The town’s Select Board will hold...

Brookline Pays $180K To Settle Former Police Officer’s Racial Discrimination Complaint

Brookline has reached an $180,000 settlement with a former police officer who filed a racial discrimination complaint. The town will pay the former officer, Estifanos...

Brookline Select Board Focuses On Ninth School Options

Faced with more than 20 options for alternative ninth school sites, Brookline is close to wrapping up the first phase of site studies. On Feb....
Rebecca Stone

Brookline’s Rebecca Stone Kicks Off Run For State Rep

Rebecca Stone's campaign for State Rep kicked off February 11, with a packed party at the home of Stuart Shieber and Cassia Wyner, in...

9th School Public Hearing

After hearing the Mid-Point Progress Update on the work HMFH has done to date to study the existing school site options on February 8th,...
Jesse Mermell

Brookline’s Jesse Mermell To Represent Warren Campaign: Caucus

Former Selectwoman and Town Meeting Member Jesse Mermell was chosen to represent the Elizabeth Warren Campaign at the Brookline Caucus this weekend. Mermell was asked...

Brookline Resident Tommy Vitolo Kicks Off State Rep Campaign

Tommy Vitolo's campaign to run for state representative kicked off Sunday, January 28 in Coolidge Corner with a packed party at Hops N Scotch,...

Brookline Democrats To Caucus

Brookline Democrats will be holding a caucus at 2:00 p.m. Feb. 3 to elect delegates to the 2018 Massachusetts Democratic Convention, which will be...

Brookline Considering License Cap, Buffer Zone Among Recreational Marijuana Regulations

In line with new state laws for recreational marijuana, Brookline is working toward a list of local regulations, to be addressed as warrant measures...

Babcock Street Project: Here’s How The Transportation Board Voted

The Transportation Board had a packed room Monday night as they decided on which of the routes to take with the future of Babcock...

The Мaking Оf “Soul Witness,” The Brookline Holocaust Witness Project.

Sitting in a cabinet in a Brookline office, untouched for 20 years, was a stack of over 100 tapes containing 90 hours of testimonies...

Recreational Marijuana-Related Public Hearing

The Town of Brookline’s Licensing Review Committee and Planning Board will hold a joint Public Hearing on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, at 7:00 p.m....

Should Brookline Install Artificial Turf At Cypress Field?

YES Joe Ranft Brookline resident, father of twins at Brookline High School I am urging Brookline to install a synthetic turf field at Cypress Field, next to...

State Money Helps Massachusetts Communities Save The Environment

When more than 200 communities across the state take small steps to become more energy efficient, the cumulative impact can be significant. In December, the...

School Capital Subcommittee Meeting

The School Capital Improvements Subcommittee will be meeting on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the 5th Floor Conference...