Week in Review: Star Market Robbed, Paris Nationally Nominated, Sundays at the Coolidge Library
Man robs Star Market, carjacks a woman. Boston police arrest a subject. Paris Creperie's food truck nominated for a national design competition. Library Trustees vote to keep the library open all Summer.
- Monday, Paris Creperie's Food Truck could be a Nationwide Best Design, says the poll. We also launched a new blog, and told the story of The Start of GeorgieJessieLove.com. Police respond to a Serious Crash at Brookline-Newton Border, and released information about a Fatal Crash on Harvard Street Early Saturday Morning. Brookline Police Log included an alleged package thief, and a driver reportedly found with knives and drugs.
- The Transit of Venus was on Tuesday, and it was the beginning of Brookline's Leaf Blower Ban Bylaw, Now in Effect. We learned that Devotion's Interim Principal Goes to Loring Elementary School in Sudbury. After Jules Levine Drops Out of Race for 4th District Seat, Joseph Kennedy III puts a second Brookline Name on Ballot. Brookline Arrest Log had an OUI and a package theft.
- The Beacon Street Shaw's Market Robbed, Lexus Carjacked in Brookline on Wednesday. After Prom the night before, we wanted you to Share Your Prom Night Photos. For Selectmen's Meeting coverage, we learned about the Police's Tracking Bracelets for Seniors program, and Brookline Officials Set to License Ice Cream and Canteen Trucks. Also, we met Harry Margolis who is Running for Governor's Council. Finally, Brookline Police Log included some information on the crash Saturday morning.
- On Thursday, we learned the Star Market suspect is linked to a Waltham CVS Robbery. Our weekend planner suggested you Get Out to celebrate an Anniversary Weekend for Arts, Music and Libraries. Bites Nearby took an interesting tack, sharing Six Degrees of Summer Meals. We also saw a Report indicating Newton's Atrium Mall to be Sold and Will be Medical Offices.
- The Boston Police made an arrest in the Brookline Star Market Robbery on Friday. The Brookline Parents were Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow. The Brookline Library Trustees voted to keep Coolidge Library Will be Open All Summer on Sundays. Also, Brookline Police Announce Liquor License Stings.