Brookline Week in Review: Missing BC Student, a Supermarket Liquor License and '26.2 Brew'
Plus an upcoming MBTA meeting this week and more.
Presidents Day, we got a look at the Brookline High, Police and Fire basketball games, which helped score $5000 for the Beacon Street Fire Fund. Monday also means Moms Talk, and this week we asked what it is a mother does. Local businesses would do well to claim their listing on Patch, and a new video shows you how.
Tuesday: Business owners in Newton grew concerned over a Chestnut Hill supermarket's liquor license application. A High School computer heist in Brookline Police Log from last week. We also found an interview in the Globe with the Secretary of Transportation, who favors MBTA fare hikes, but not service cuts. Brookline's Top Movie this week: Johnny Depp in "The Rum Diary."
We learned Wednesday that the Newton Licensing Board rejected Star Market's liquor license. Police brought in a man suspected in an armed robbery earlier this year, in Brookline Arrest Log. An unexplained assault in Brookline Police Log. That night, there was a power outage following a tree fire on Wolcott Road.
For the weekend, we suggested a few ways to entertain your families and upgrade your homes on Thursday. We also reported that the Salem and Beverly Upper Crust locations closing, but you can still snag pizza in Coolidge Corner. We're asking for your help in picking The 'Best Of' Brookline: Coming tomorrow, we'll be searching for the best smoothies. A look at legalizing marijuana, and we asked "Is It Good for Massachusetts?" Finally, there was a possibility of snow Thursday night.
Friday morning, a few foodie items: J.P. Licks plans to offer vegan ice cream, with a hemp-based flavor coming in April; Bounty Hunter encouraged us to think inside the CSA box, where C is for carrots and cauliflowers. Sam Adams will bring 26.2 Brew, in partnership with Boston Marathon, to town. While preparing for the Wednesday T Cuts meeting, we prepared a handy guide: MBTA Cuts: What Do You Need to Know? There is another store set to leave the Atrium Mall. Finally, Newton Police are still searching for a missing BC student, Newton man Franco Garcia.