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Town Of Brookline Provides Update On In-Town Testing Initiative

Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett wishes to provide residents with an update on the town's COVID-19 testing site, and urge continued vigilance against the...

New Pipeline – Access Northeast (Ane) Will Be Unnecessary Shortly After...

A new report by Synapse Energy Economics released on February 7th, 2017 shows that the new natural gas pipeline project advanced by Governor Baker and...

Selectmen & School Committee Hold 1st Meeting About 9th School Alternative...

More than 75 people attended the first meeting to consider an alternative site for the 9th Elementary School held at the Brookline High School...

Simple Recycling: Residents “Going Pink” To Go Green

In a growing number of suburbs, going green actually means going pink. These towns have joined forces with a private company, Simple Recycling, to make...

New 25 mph Default Speed Limit In Brookline

This week Brookline's default speed limit went down to 25 mph where not otherwise posted. State law historically made a reduction in the speed limit...

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...

“Tech Buddies” Program To Supply Low-Income Seniors With Tablets And Internet...

Town Administrator Mel Klecker and Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director John F. Sullivan would like to share that the Town of Brookline is...

MBTA’s Green Line Trolleys Could Be Totally Replaced

Gov. Charlie Baker has repeatedly emphasized the need to focus on the MBTA's nuts and bolts infrastructure problems, improving signal systems, track and third...

Town Of Brookline Names Sigalle Reiss As Director Of Public...

Town Administrator Mel Kleckner is pleased to announce that Sigalle Reiss has been appointed to be the Town of Brookline's Director of Public Health...

Town Of Brookline Shares Information Regarding Election Day Procedures

The Town of Brookline wishes to share important information regarding next week’s presidential election with voters. The presidential election will be held on Tuesday, Nov....
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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Continues Major Construction Projects For Trolley And...

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) five-year, $8 billion capital improvement program is well underway with track and signal work starting on the Green Line...

Best & Worst Driving Cities In Massachusetts

Massachusetts may have a reputation for bad driving, but now there is a closer look where those drivers are exactly. A new study by Quote Wizard, available here, found...

Town Of Brookline Launches Interactive Website For Residents To Participate In...

Town Administrator Mel Kleckner is pleased to announce that the Town of Brookline has launched an interactive website that allows residents and stakeholders to...

Brookline Emergency Management Team Shares Cooling Station Information For Ongoing Heat...

The Town of Brookline Emergency Management Team would like to remind residents of safety precautions relating to the ongoing heat advisory. According to the National...

Brookline’s New Leaf Blower Laws Take Effect

It is officially leaf blower season in Brookline, and officials are getting the word out to residents about new regulations approved at Town Meeting...

Brookline Department Of Public Health Shares CoViD-19 Public Event Guidance Ahead...

With Halloween fast approaching, the Brookline Department of Public Health wishes to share CoViD-19 guidance to help all attendees celebrate public community events safely. "The...

Town Of Brookline Awarded Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Grant

Town Administrator Chas Carey is pleased to announce that the Town of Brookline’s Sustainability Division was recently awarded a Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness action grant...

Town Of Brookline Shares Findings Of Internal Investigation Into Snowplow Accident

The Town of Brookline wishes to update members of the community on the internal investigation into the snowplow accident that occurred during last month's...

Public Schools Of Brookline Postpones Virtual Renaming Ceremony For Florida Ruffin...

The Public Schools of Brookline (PSB) announces that the virtual ceremony to celebrate the renaming of the Florida Ruffin Ridley School this afternoon has...

Brookline Department Of Public Works Seeking Community’s Help In Watering Shade...

Commissioner Erin Chute Gallentine and the Department of Public Works are seeking the community’s help watering shade trees in town amid an ongoing drought. Severe...

Brookline Partners With Modern Pest Services To Reduce Presence Of Rodents...

Health Commissioner Sigalle Reiss and Department of Public Works Commissioner Erin Chute Gallentine are pleased to announce that the Town of Brookline has partnered...

Layoffs At Fallon Ambulance Should Not Impact Brookline

The recent layoffs and contract losses at Fallon Ambulance Service should not affect Brookline, according to Town Administrator Mel Kleckner. Earlier this month the company...

Shuttle Buses Replace D Line Trolleys This Weekend

Tree pruning and removal will disrupt the Green D Line trolleys in Brookline and Newton during the next three weekends. MBTA crews will be working...

Brookline’s Task Force To Reimagine Policing Utilizing Survey To Guide Its...

The Task Force to Reimagine Policing in Brookline announces that approximately 25,000 residents will be invited to provide feedback on policing and public safety...

National Grid Construction Areas Hearing

National Grid has two active construction areas in Brookline for which they have asked the Board of Selectmen for Noise By Law Waivers. A...

Town Of Brookline Provides Update On American Rescue Plan Funding Process...

Co-Chairs Miriam Aschkenasy and John VanScoyoc announce that the committee charged with making recommendations on how millions in federal aid is spent to benefit...

Brookline Residents Resolving To Serve The Community In 2022 Encouraged To...

Town Administrator Mel Kleckner wishes to encourage Brookline residents to consider volunteering for a number of vacant positions on critical town boards and committees...

Green Line “Power Issues” Prompt Delays – Again

The MBTA said a power problem was to blame for causing delays on the Green Line's C and D lines on Monday afternoon. Sound...

Brookline Recreation’s New Online Registration & Reservation System To Launch

Recreation Director Leigh Jackson wishes to remind the community that Brookline Recreation's new online registration and reservation software launches tomorrow. Beginning Tuesday, February 09, 2021,...

Town Of Brookline Highlights Collaboration Behind Successful 122nd U.S. Open Championship

The Town of Brookline wishes to thank the community, volunteers, Town staff, public safety partners and the United States Golf Association for their dedication...

Brookline Shares Update To Town Operations Ahead Of Expected Winter Storm

Town Administrator Mel Kleckner wishes to notify the community of changes to the Town of Brookline's operations and services due to the expected winter...

Click It Or Ticket: Brookline Police Join State Campaign

If you do not make a habit of wearing your seat-belt, which is the law, Brookline Police could pull you over this month. It...