Five Things You Need to Know Today: April 30

Piles and piles of Brookline events including a presentation on hoarding, SAT prep and a fun run (regsistration)!

1. Sunny and 62ºF, according to the National Weather Service, with clouds forming and leading to a 30 percent chance of overnight showers. Evening lows will hit 44ºF. 

2. Because Election day is tomorrow, we will be turning back election-related Letters to the Editor, but that isn't the end of our correspondence. In addition to great letters from both Library Trustee candidates last week, we heard from a resident about the and about . Have more to say than a letter will hold?

3. Time is running out to  anytime today at the . For a registration fee of $15, kids in grades K through 8 are can take part in the run--they don't even have to go to school. Register ahead of time and you get a T-shirt! 

4. Sorry high schoolers, but the SAT is still ahead of you. continues tonight, and it can't hurt to start now. If they're already signed up, then remind them to head out to 575 Washington Street in Newton, at 4 p.m. today. Classes cost $335.

5. Hoarding can have some serious consequences, as the people who do it are sometimes trying to cope with something. It can interfere with daily life, or it could . To help you better understand the situation,Dr. Gail Steketee presents  tonight at . Persentation begins at 7 p.m. and costs $6.


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