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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

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Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A Puerto Rican family gets sick baby to Boston for treatment

Amaia Isabel Garcia Andino lay tranquilly in the arms of her father, occasionally reaching her tiny arms up to tug at the white headband with its giant flower holding her dark curly hair in place. A white sweater covered a scar where a feeding tube nourished her.

Brookline residents are divided over whether to seize Pine Manor land

The town of Brookline has proposed taking 7 acres from Pine Manor College by eminent domain to build an elementary school. BROOKLINE - More than 200 people gathered in a high school auditorium Monday evening to spar over whether Brookline should seize land from Pine Manor College by eminent domain to build an elementary school.

David L Ryan/Globe Staff Advocates call recess a crucial part of education

For years, as standardized tests took on ever greater importance in Massachusetts public schools, recess seemed to pay the price, shrinking or even disappearing in some communities. But now, with an increased focus on kids' social and emotional development, there is a concerted effort to revive the tradition.

Brookline Holocaust survivor to perform children's opera he sang in concentration camp

The children's opera "Brundibr" ends on a triumphant note. The chorus sings: "We've won a victory over the tyrant mean, sound trumpets, beat your drum, and show us your esteem!" But when Brookline resident Michael Gruenbaum, 87, performed the jubilant lyrics for the first time in 1943, he was a prisoner at Terezn, or Theresienstadt, a Jewish ghetto and concentration camp about 30 miles outside Prague.

Resurgent wild turkeys clash with human neighbors

In this Sept. 27, 2017, photo, wild turkeys walk along a street in a residential neighborhood in Brookline, Mass.

Feathered foes: Resurgent turkeys clash with human neighbors

In this Sept. 27, 2017 photo, a wild turkey walks through a residential neighborhood in Brookline, Mass.

Four things about Pine Manor College

Pressure has been escalating in recent weeks between the Brookline town government and Pine Manor College. Last month, town officials announced they might seize 7 acres of the college's front lawn to build an elementary school.

Sean Doherty, MD Will Speak at Boston's Cosmetic Bootcamp University

Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Sean Doherty has recently been invited to speak at Boston's Cosmetic Bootcamp University 2017 summit. This intensive one-day summit - which takes place on November 11, 2017 - will take place at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in nearby Cambridge.

Remains of Massachusetts airman lost in WWII identified

This undated photo released Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2017, by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, shows Army Air Forces 2nd Lt. Richard M. Horwitz, of Brookline, Mass.

Across the region, communities consider seizing private property

On a quiet 47 acres in Waltham, six elderly priests pass their life's last chapter in peace and prayer. But that tranquility is in jeopardy because of a looming proposal by some in the city to seize the land, expel the priests, and build a new high school there.

NETA First billboard ads for a marijuana dispensary will go up Monday

Massachusetts commuters might catch a glimpse of the future out their car windows on Monday: the state's first billboard ads for a marijuana dispensary. New England Treatment Access, or NETA, which operates medical marijuana dispensaries in Brookline and Northampton, has purchased space on four billboards: two on the Massachusetts Turnpike near Exit 5 in Chicopee, one on Route 28 in Somerville, and another near the Mass.

Brookline wants to seize college's land, and Pine Manor is ready to fight

At a men's soccer game last month, a player from Elms College hurled a racial slur at a competitor from Pine Manor College. Pine Manor students heard it from the stands, confronted the player, and asked him to apologize.

Michael Rosbash Is A Nobel Prizewinner From Straight Outta The Borscht Belt

With characteristic envelope-pushing humor, Michael Rosbash, winner on of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, couldn't help dropping a joke into a press conference Monday morning about the life of a scientist. In the library of Brandeis University, where he has taught for over forty years, Rosbash told a packed crowd of colleagues, university administrators and students - and an untold number of viewers watching the live stream - about a Frenchman, an Englishman and a scientist who were discussing if it were better to have a wife or a mistress.

Brookline considers seizing college land by eminent domain

A standoff is brewing in Brookline over town officials' surprise announcement that they may seize seven acres of Pine Manor College's front lawn by eminent domain to build an elementary school. Pine Manor President Tom O'Reilly said he was shocked to receive a phone call this week from the town's top official who told him Brookline might take part of his campus.

Why the Har Adar attack was so dramatic for those of us who live here

Har Adar, by far, was and still is the safest community I have ever lived in. With a nearly nonexistent crime rate, it is the closest thing in Israel to a gated community.

Man admits to being mediocre serial bank robber

Thomas Nee, 46, yesterday pleaded guilty to robbing five Boston banks - three of which he fled from with $380 or less, the US Attorney's office reports . Nee faces sentencing on Jan. 9 for the heists earlier this year, during which he'd give a teller a demand note.

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