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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

Brookline News
The most Boston intersection that ever Bostoned a Boston

I don't see it on a map but I remember a trip years ago to Greenwich Village where I saw street signs for West 4th and West 4th which appeared to show West 4th intersecting itself. Confusing streets are fun.

As Eclipse Nears, Williams College Crew...

Williams College astronomy professor Jay Pasachoff demonstrates an eclipse with plush models of the moon and earth during a presentation to Williamstown fifth- and sixth-graders in April. A crew from Williams College is at the center of the planning for the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21. Want to see it for yourself? View details online.

Georgian Revival glory restored

Third floor secondary bedroom on Tuesday,August 08, 2017at 1716 Beacon St. Staff photo by Patrick Whittemore. First floor living room on Tuesday,August 08, 2017at 1716 Beacon St. Staff photo by Patrick Whittemore. First floor kitchen on Tuesday,August 08, 2017at 1716 Beacon St. Staff photo by Patrick Whittemore.

Attempted car break-in caught on camera in Brookline

A surveillance video posted on the Brookline Police Department's Facebook page shows a young man with a backpack jiggling the handle of a vehicle parked in a driveway. Police said the incident took place at 3:58 a.m. Aug. 4 on Gardner Road, and the two men in the video are considered to be "people of interest."

Marijuana advisory board picks in place

Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday morning announced his picks for the Cannabis Advisory Board, the 25-member panel that will examine marijuana regulation, finalizing the first piece of pot bureaucracy. The governor's five picks are: Walpole Chief of Police John Carmichael, Jr.; co-founder of the Hempest in Harvard Square and Yes on 4 campaign outreach director Kim Napoli; business management consultant Mary Ann Pesce; co-director of urban food production and sustainability initiative Mill City Grows Lydia Sisson; and CEO of the Urban League of Springfield Inc. Henry Thomas, III.  Under the rewritten marijuana bill Baker signed into law last Friday, he was to make his picks by Aug. 1. But until Sept.

The Fireplace restaurant in Brookline to close its doors

"I want to be able to concentrate on my health so my wife has someone to take walks with during our golden years," he says. "I want to put my family and my health first."

Mass. marijuana panel starts on regulatory structure

The panel that will study and make recommendations on regulating marijuana in Massachusetts - the first piece of a growing regulatory structure - is on track to be finalized by the end of the week when the governor names the final five members. Treasurer Deborah Goldberg and Attorney General Maura Healey both made their required five appointments to the Cannabis Advisory Board by the end of Tuesday, the deadline set by the law Gov. Charlie Baker signed on Friday.

Marty Sullaway, KC1CWF, is 2017 Amateur Radio Newsline Young Ham of the Year

Fifteen-year-old Marty Sullaway KC1CWF, of Newton, Massachusetts is the recipient of the 2017 Bill Pasternak WA6ITF Memorial Amateur Radio Newsline Young Ham of the Year . Licensed in 2014, he worked his way up to Amateur Extra class earlier this year.

Sonia Paine knew when to flee - and when to wield a baseball bat and fight

When the Nazis began rounding up Jews, Sonia Paine knew she had to flee. But when a criminal came to her shop, she knew she had to fight.

MBTA police say they have the right to keep all arrests secret

But in a break with tradition, the MBTA Transit Police are now claiming the right to black out the names and addresses of everyone they arrest. In a pair of recent letters to the Globe, the MBTA said its policy was justified under the state's Criminal Offender Records Information Act, a stance that drew sharp criticism from open records advocates.

At Brookline cocktail - paradise,' grasshoppers will be on the menu

Tasty changes are underway at Brookline Village's Sichuan Garden . Ran Duan, star mixologist largely responsible for putting Woburn on the culinary map with Sichuan Garden's Baldwin Bar and Baldwin & Sons Trading Co.

Wellesley police log: Fireworks & beer a bad combo; early...

On July 19, 2017 at 2:07 p.m. Officer Janet Popovski was dispatched to the area of Worcester Street near the Natick town line for a report of an erratic operator who was involved in a hit and run accident in Natick. While en route to Worcester Street officers were advised that the reporting party had provided updated information and that the vehicle was all over the road and had nearly struck a construction sign as well as the vehicle he was driving in.

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.

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