With a student body of nearly 1800, Brookline High School offers a wide range of academic courses, including a…More variety of specialized classes. It claims to have the largest interscholastic athletic program in New England, with around 1,300 student athletes playing on 74 different teams.
Dr. Robert Weintraub is the school's headmaster.
Brookline Police Department 350 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Headquartered in the Public Safety Building on Washington Street, the Brookline Police Department employs 136 police…More officers and 26 civilian staff members. In addition to its detective and patrol divisions, the department operates a number of community safety programs, including a youth risk program, citizens' police academy, rape defense training and the Community Emergency Response Team. Several services, including parking ticket payment, are available through the department's Web site. Daniel O'Leary currently serves as Brookline's chief of police.
This four-acre park along Brookline Ave. features a large playing field, a baseball diamond, and a fenced-in "tot…More lot" with a woodchip playground and swings. This park is directly adjacent to the Lynch Recreation Center.
Brookline Avenue Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Amory, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 1 p.m. during March through November, and from dawn to dusk during December through February.
Salon Monte Carlo 55 Pond Ave, Brookline, MA02445 This spacious, comfortable salon is located in the Brook House condominium complex and offers hair, nail and skin…More services and acupressure massage. It's owned by friendly husband-and-wife team Mario and Norma DiCarlo, who also own salons in Methuen and near South Station in Boston.
A former estate that was donated to the town in the 1950s, Larz Anderson Park is Brookline's largest park at 61…More acres, and features a variety of recreation facilities, picturesque landscaping, historic ruins and a popular transportation museum housed in a former carriage house.
From the parking lot on Goddard Avenue, park users have easy access to a fenced-in playground, baseball diamonds, picnic shelter, restrooms, and the park's man-made lagoon, complete with a footbridge, fountain and gazebo. Several barbecue grills overlook the lagoon and can be reserved through the Brookline Recreation Department.
From Avon Street, a driveway leads past Larz Andrson Auto Museum and the town skating rink to a parking lot perched at the top of the hill, where remains of the old estate gardens still stand. The sloping hill of Larz Anderson Park affords wide views of the Boston skyline and is popular for sledding, kite flying and watching Fourth of July fireworks on the Charles River.
Larz Anderson Park is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows parkgoers to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Larz, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 1 p.m. during March through November, and from dawn to dusk during December through February.
Organized teams must seek a permit from the Recreation Department before using town atheletic facilities.
Longwood Dental Group 1842 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02445 Longwood Dental Group is a complete multi-specialty dental practice. There are 13 doctors and a master technician at…More this practice. Their elite team of specialists and general dentists offer the most advanced dental technology available today, specializing in advanced cosmetic dentistry procedures as well as restorative and reconstructive dentistry. Other specialties include sedation dentistry, root canals, gum disease treatments and teeth whitening.
LDG also offers Cerec same-day crowns, Invisalign, dentures & dental implants. Visit Longwood Dental Group's Web site for information on the doctors and to learn about current specials.
Richies 1632 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Not long ago, in 2009, Richard Siber took over Café Nicolas and gave the awning outside a makeover. However,…More despite the name change (it's now called Richies), and new ownership, the restaurant continues to provides its clientele with homemade quality food. Families, friends and couples head to Richies for their fresh pizzas, pastas and salads. While restaurant goers come for the food they stay for the atmosphere. Sports fans of all ages will enjoy watching their favorite Boston team beat their rivals on the flat-screen TV. Individuals with dietary restrictions can even find satisfaction with gluten-free and whole-wheat pizzas available upon request.