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Brookline’s Jewish Community To Rally For Refugees

Members of Brookline’s Jewish community say they will call on US officials to continue welcoming refugees seeking safety in America — and not repeat...

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...

Fighting Hate In Schools

Hate incidents can happen anywhere: the mall, the church, the office. But, in the wake of the 2016 election, hate's been showing up a...

Brookline Woman Of The Year Misti Jaynes To Be Recognized

Misti Jaynes of the Women and Girls Surviving and Thriving Initiative has been named the 2017 Brookline Woman of the Year for her work...

Jamaica Way Bridge Over Route 9 Renamed For Carlos Arredondo

The Jamaica Way Bridge is being renamed in honor of the late sons of the cowboy-hat-wearing man who was captured in an iconic photo...

Brookline Resident’s Bulldogs 5K Supports Former Addicts And Wellness

A Brookline man is working – step by step - to help former substance abusers run a new course with the Boston Bulldogs Running...

Black History Month Film Series At Brookline Public Library

In honor of Black History Month, the Public Library of Brookline (361 Washington Street, Brookline, MA 02445) is screening a month-long film series. Join...

BPD At Brookline Day 2017

The BPD had a great time at Brookline Day yesterday. It was hot but everyone seemed to enjoy the music, food, games, and many the...

Brookline, Newton, Cambridge & Boston Police Chiefs: Police Are Human, Too

When you think of a police officer, "approachable" and "friendly" might not be the first two qualities that come to mind. But the heads...

Brookline Police Department Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Brookline Police Department is honored to introduce you to Officer Oscar Santos... Officer Oscar Santos joined the...

“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...

Posters Welcoming All Go Up Across Brookline

Brookline is soon to be plastered in posters welcoming visitors to the community in 28 different languages. On Feb. 10, the Commission for Diversity, Inclusion...

Officer McCabe Gives Two Lucky Students A Ride To School

Officer McCabe gave two lucky Park School students a ride to school today in her cruiser after they won the ride at a school...

BPD Hosted A Coffee Hour For These Retired Brookline Police Female...

As a finale to our celebration of National Women's History Month, the BPD hosted a coffee hour for these retired Brookline Police female officers. Thank...

BPD’s Back To School Supplies Drive

The BPD would like to thank the Brookline community for its generosity during our Back to School Supplies Drive. In addition to deliveries made families...
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Brookline Women Present At National Conference

Four Brookline women representing Women and Girls Thriving in Brookline led a 90-minute, interactive presentation at the 2017 Collective Impact Forum, a national and...

Brookline Town Meeting Starts May 22

This year's Brookline Town Meeting is scheduled to begin Tuesday, May 22, in the Brookline High School auditorium at 115 Greenough Street, Brookline, MA...

Students Recognized At Brookline Youth Awards

On the night of April 11, 61 Brookline students and four adults received awards and acknowledgement for their hard work in humanitarian and activism...

MassHousing Finances $38M For Low-Income Brookline Senior Housing

MassHousing has provided $38 million in financing to Hebrew SeniorLife for the acquisition, renovation and preservation of 98 affordable rental homes for low-income senior citizens and...

Lesbian Senior Housing Dilemma

Boston OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing For Change) presents “Telling It Like It Is & Isn’t: Older Lesbians Living in Senior (hetero) Housing” on Sunday...

The Dialogue Starts Here – Hello Brookline

Sponsored by the Center Communities of Brookline, the Brookline Police Department is excited to be a participant tomorrow evening in a program called: Hello...

Riverway Park Dedicated To Michael & Kitty Dukakis

A small crowd of maybe 100 people gathered under yellow tents Tuesday afternoon as temperatures reached the upper 90s at the Riverway Park to...

Recruitment Night: Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) / Medical Reserve Corps...

If you or anyone you know – family, friends, neighbors, co-workers – are interested in joining the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) or the...
The Public Library Of Brookline

Library Events March 22 – April 5

Brookline Eats! at Putterham Until the end of March, the Putterham Library is host to “Food for Thought: the Origins of Massachusetts Food and Why...

Anti-Defamation League Names New Officers For New England Region

The Anti-Defamation League has officially selected David M. Grossman as the new board chairman and Debbie Shalom and Harvey Wolkoff as vice chairpersons, for...

A New Brookline Facebook Group Aims At Guaranteeing The Right Of...

To the esteemed members of the Brookline, MA community: Dear friends, Please join us in a new Brookline public group, free for all to participate, with...

Shopping For Seniors: Brookline Program Creates Bond Between Seniors & Students

Grocery shopping usually just one more errand to add to the list. But for the elderly, it can be a daunting task. That is why...
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Town Reconciles With Black History

In 1619, a Dutch ship carried over 20 African slaves to the British colony of Jamestown, VA. This would be just the beginning of...