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About: brookline, massachusetts

Brookline is a suburb of Boston just 4 miles from the city center. Home to the oldest golf club in the country (founded in 1882) it was one of the 5 charter clubs of the United States Golf association and hosted the 1913 US Open. Also located in Brookline

Population: 54809
Local Newspapers: Boston Herald
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Towns/Cities near brookline, massachusetts : Roxbury Newton Grove Hall Uphams Corner Dorchester South End

Brookline News
Tom Brady granted membership to The Country Club

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, applied to join The Country Club back in 2015 and had their request put on hold and were told the wait would likely take until after Brady's football career was over. Two years later, the Bradys are members, according to a Boston Globe report.

Fire cuts power to Green Line, forcing evacuations of trolleys

A power outage brought downtown Green Line service grinding to a halt for more than three hours yesterday and forced hundreds of passengers to evacuate trains stuck between stations and walk down the tracks to the nearest platforms. The problem began at 1:25 p.m., when power was interrupted by a damaged device for transferring current from an overhead wire to a trolley at Boylston Station, according to MBTA spokesman Joe Pesaturo.

Live Videos | LIVE: Magician Eric Benton Performs Parlor Magic

Brookline, MA based magician Eric Benton has been studying and performing magic for 25 years, and has developed his own twist on classic parlor magic. His degree in psychology and interest in myths and folklore provided some inspiration for his new show called "What Does it All Mean?" where he explores why the trick is done, as opposed to how.

Stiffer penalties get a thumbs-up

Taylor Johnston, 25, of Quincy, discusses a Massachusetts bill limiting cellphone use by drivers on Thursday, July 06, 2017. Staff photo by Christopher Evans Katie Eng, 24, of Brookline, discusses a Massachusetts bill limiting cellphone use by drivers on Thursday, July 06, 2017.

Harvard art exhibit highlights Chinese ceramics

Amid the Harvard Art Museums' extensive holdings is a glimpse of Chinese palace life. Numbered Jun ware are ceramic flowerpots, so named for the numbers one through 10 in Chinese characters on the base.

Fighting back against for-profit universities

When Stephano Del Rose enrolled in the New England Institute of Art in Brookline, he had bold dreams of a future in Web design and filmmaking. Lured by promises of cutting-edge digital equipment, internships, and industry connections, Del Rose, now 25, quickly signed on.

19 Dem attorneys general sue DeVos over rescinded student loan protections

The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court, alleges that the Department of Education violated federal law by abruptly rolling back its Borrower Defense to Repayment rule, which was designed to hold abusive higher education institutions accountable for cheating students and taxpayers out of billions of dollars in federal loans. The Obama-era rule, finalized in November 2016, was meant to better protect student borrowers against misleading and predatory practices by creating consistent, clear, fair and transparent processes to file claims.

Police: 5-year-old dies after falling from 4th-floor window

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Your town may switch you to a - greener' energy plan - on your dime

Selling for as high as $2,600 a pound, baby eels have changed fortunes for Maine's fishermen - and brought trouble Terry Knopf, a Brookline resident who had to switch over electric suppliers, holds the letter sent to her by the town explaining the changes as she poses for a portrait at her home. When the letter arrived in the mail, it came with unexpected news for Terry Ann Knopf:Brookline officials would be switching her electricity supplier.

Brookline 5-year-old's deadly fall appears accidental

A little girl's fatal fall from a fourth-floor window Monday afternoon appears to be a tragic accident, a spokesman for Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey said Tuesday. "The information that we have at this point, it does not seem suspicious.

Brookline police say five-year-old child hospitalized after fall from window

A 5-year-old was taken to the hospital after falling from a window of a Brookline building Tuesday afternoon, police said.

Jillian Marie Zucco, Miss Bristol County, takes Mass. crown

Miss Zucco came into the Miss Massachusetts 78th Anniversary Scholarship Pageant this weekend at the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts as Miss Bristol County. She left as the newly crowned Miss Massachusetts and with a $12,000 scholarship.

America's Test Kitchen Readies for Big Changes

America's Test Kitchen has the most-watched instructional television cooking show in the United States and a basket full of bestselling books. But you wouldn't know it from the look of its headquarters, a small, unmarked multistory maze of offices and kitchens housed on Station Street in Brookline, Mass.

Woman sexually attacked while walking in Brookline

Brookline Police report a woman walking with a friend at Naples Road and Gibbs Street around 1:25 a.m. was sexually attacked: The victim yelled out and the suspect fled on foot turning onto Naples Road toward Commonwealth Avenue. BPD units responded to the area, but were unable to locate the suspect.

Housing proposal gets mixed reaction in Wellesley

A proposed housing development that would add 95 new rental units across the street from the MBTA's Wellesley Square commuter rail station has some town officials concerned about the impact on the neighborhood. Developer Victor Sheen, president of Brookline-based Oakgrove Residential, wants to replace five homes on Delanson Circle with a six-story development with 95 rental units, including 19 apartments that would be affordable to households earning 50 percent of the median income in the Boston area.

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