Little Corner School House 110 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Located in a bright orange building, Little Corner School House is hard to miss. It offers full-day programs for…More infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and kids in Pre-K. Close to the library and local playgrounds, kids are offered in-depth and age-appropriate curriculum. The 110 Harvard Street address is one of two locations. The school is also close to parking and public transportation.
Clean-It Cleaners and Tailoring 1402 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Clean-It Cleaners and Tailoring has been a family business since 1997. The owner grew up in Brookline and has remained…More close with her community through Clean-It.
Longwood Storage 5 Station St, Brookline, MA02445 Longwood Storage is a small company dedicated to simplifying the moving and storage process. The friendly and helpful…More staff specializes in close customer service.
The crowded building that has housed the John D. Runkle School since the 1960s was closed in the spring of 2010 for a…More complete renovation and addition. During the two-year project, children from the Fisher Hill community will instead attend classes at the Old Lincoln School on Route 9.
When the school reopens in September 2012, the renovated building will boast a new multi-purpose room, larger cafeteria and enough classrooms to accommodate three classes per grade level.
Dr. Vanessa Beauchaine serves as the school's principal.
Newbury College 129 Fisher Ave, Brookline, MA02445 Located at the top of a hill in a quiet neighborhood, Newbury College is an intimate institution dedicated to the…More success of its students. It accommodates both traditional and part-time students. The college offers a private liberal arts education geared towards professional success with small class sizes which allow for a close connection between students and faculty. Although the student body is small, the college still has campus housing and an active student life. There are 13 Men's and Women's Division III athletics teams, a student run radio station, and many on-campus clubs. With its close proximity to downtown Boston, it has all the perks of a small town school with the excitement of living in a big city.
Mario the Tailor 614 Hammond St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Mario the Tailor serves the Chestnut Hill area with an ample staff and a shop that is organized, professional, clean and…More spacious. The shop concentrates solely on tailoring and therefore offers close attention to their customers.
Elizabeth Grady Salon 1200 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Elizabeth Grady is a lavish salon in Chestnut Hill. There are several locations in the northeast. The Chestnut Hill…More location is easily accessible by public transportation. It is temporarily closed and on hiatus in Chestnut Hill, but any questions clients may have should be directed to 781-960-0113.
Automotion 802 Heath St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Automotion of Chestnut Hill has been in business for 32 years. Located in a quiet neighborhood on Heath Street and away…More from the bustle of Boylston Street, Automation offers close personal service. The garage is spacious, organized, and well-stocked.
Greek Orthodox Cathedral of New England 162 Goddard Ave, Brookline, MA02445 The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of New England is affiliated with the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of New England. It is on a…More secluded campus in residential Brookline, close to the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. It is one of several communities across New England and offers a place to worship and celebrate.
Sun Rise Cleaners 1038 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Sun Rise Cleaners has been open for 10 years, and the business has developed a close relationship with local customers.…More The shop handles alterations, dry cleaning and washing, among other services.
Putterham Branch Library 959 W Roxbury Pky, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Originally based in a Putterham Circle storefront, the Puttherham branch moved to its current location on West Roxbury…More Parkway in 1961 is now one of three library branches in Brookline. The building was partially closed for renovations in 2009 and re-opened in early 2010. The branch has ample parking in an adjacent lot.
Nail Pro 1665 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02445 Nail Pro is a fairly new business, but their bright and open salon has two stories, and they've already developed close…More relations with their regular customers. They offer all of the standard nail services here.
Kookoo Cafe 7 Station St, Brookline, MA02445 The cozy nook that is Kookoo Cafe almost dictates exactly how patrons will enjoy their cups of coffee - nestled in a…More chair, cupping their mugs closely to their chests as if warming up from an everlasting Boston autumn. The menu at this old world style joint features freshly baked goods, homemade soups and Middle Eastern pita sandwiches otherwise known as rollups.
Skyline Park Newton St & Transfer Station Dr, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Brookline's newest park, Skyline was completed in 2008 after a multi-year effort to close and cap a town landfill that…More had previously occupied the site. Perched on top of a steep man-made hill, the park now includes a multi-purpose synthetic turf field, wood-chip playground and a covered shelter with picnic tables.
The Publick House says it serves artisinal food and drink. This is borne out by the ever-changing selection of fine…More beers from around the world, both in bottles and on tap. The menu has standards such as fish and chips and burgers to more exotic fare, such as Trappist meatloaf with pork, beer and Chimay cheese (which is highly recommended) and a well-loved mac and cheese. The bar closes at 2am.
Located on the third floor of Town Hall, the Planning and Community Development Department is responsible for a…More variety of land-use issues, including zoning, economic development, affordable housing and historic preservation. Department staff also work closely with elected members of the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals through the permitting process for new construction.
The department is overseen by Director Jeff Levine and includes five divisions: planning, community development, economic development, housing and preservation.
Travel by Design 1075 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 For almost two decades, Liz Lalos has been creating customized tours. Her focus has been primarily on creating…More educational experiences for high school and college groups, primarily to destinations in Western Europe, an area of the world that she knows in depth. In an age when most travel agencies have closed up shop, she continues to prosper primarily by word of mouth. If you're thinking of putting together a group tour, you won't find better help planning it than here.
Ronald McDonald House 229 Kent St, Brookline, MA02446 The Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for families with children with cancer. The home is community…More supported and has more than 100 volunteers along with regular staff. It can accomodate 23 families a night, and many rooms have their own bathrooms, kitchens and living areas. The Ronald McDonald house is close to Longwood Medical Area, and often accomdates patients from Children's Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's Jimmy Fund Clinic. This Brookline location was the eighth Ronald McDonald House location in the country.