Week in Review: BU Students Robbed, Chat with Gov. Patrick, and Yom Kippur
Two incidents of BU students being robbed near the Boston border, Romney and Ryan stop in for a fundraiser, and a live chat with the Governor. Boston University loses one of its former presidents.
Coming out of the weekend, we wanted to know What Were Your Favorite Things at Brookline Day? We got word of a Romney-Ryan Camp Fundraisers in Chestnut Hill later in the Week. Monday, there was also a Trader Joe’s Recall on Peanut Butter, Over Salmonella Concerns. In more large business news, Panera Asks Fans To Create Their Next Sandwich. A Man Punched Off Bike, and a Rash of Car Breaks made up the week's Brookline Police Log. There were a number of places to Observe Yom Kippur 2012 (or 5773) in Brookline.
Tuesday's edition of Brookline Arrest Log included a Would-be Mugger Scared Off with Bottle. A few photos from Brookline Park(ing) Day, as Parks came out of Parking Spaces in Coolidge Corner. We took on the food boxes poll, as Boston is Looking to Ban Foam Food Boxes as well (and an important clarification about Styrofoam). Ahead of the live chat with the Governor, we wanted to know what you Would You Ask Deval Patrick? Over the weekend, BU Students Robbed of Cash, Cell Phones in Brookline--then a Second Gunpoint Robbery in Brookline was Investigated by the BUPD. Tuesday was also Massachusetts Voter Registration Day, and the Deadline to register is Oct. 17.
The Development in Cleveland Circle Proving Unpopular with Neighbors, which we learned about Wednesday. A Second Massachusetts Resident Dies from EEE. We suggested a few places to Go Apple Picking Near Brookline. Beverly Scott of Atlanta was Tapped as First African-American Woman to Lead MBTA. A Boston Man was Indicted For String of Local Thefts, and in Brookline Police Log: Car Breaks and a Man with a Bat.
Two surveys came out on Thursday, saying that Warren Should Focus on Brown as a Republican To Win, according to Mass. Democrats, and Brown Should Focus on Economy To Beat Warren, Mass. Republicans Say. We held our Gov. Deval Patrick Chat, and talked a bit about MBTA Funding, High-Speed Tolling & More. In our blogs, 3 All Natural Mood Boosters and a Governor's council candidate telling us a bit more about himself. John Silber, Former Boston University President for 25 Years, Died at 86 in his Brookline Home. Plus, a few places to Get Out--such as Heads or Tails at Wagathon Weekend.
Romney & Ryan were in Chestnut Hill Friday night for Fundraisers. At the Board of Selectmen's meeting, we learned that the Heath School Auditorium Seating is Back, and the School Re-Opens Soon. As Banned Books Week begins, A few things you may Need to Know. Bielat and Kennedy Face off in First Debate, which airs Sunday night. Attorney General Martha Coakley said Neither Drugs Nor Money Motivated JP Drug Lab 'Rogue Chemist' Annie Dookhan.