BNews WeeklyMay 5 2016
Water Main Break Closes Intersection for a Day
A water main break closed down an intersection for a day and caused some residents to go without water. ... Read More
Female Students Learn Leadership Skills at Talk by Nationally-Known Presenter
A large group of female Burlington High School students got some advice on leadership, self-esteem and developing greater self-worth during...... Read More
PHOTOS: BCAT's 2016 Annual Meeting & Appreciation Awards
We at BCAT held our 2016 Annual Meeting & Appreciation Awards ceremony at Heritage Park Baptist Church on Monday night. ... Read More
BHS Students Recognized for 'Service, Integrity, Leadership and Spirit'
Two Burlington High School students were honored for their academic and extra-curricular activities at a regional luncheon last week. ... Read More
U.S. Secretary of Labor Met With Rep. Ken Gordon on Paid Family Leave Bill
A proposed Massachusetts House bill that will help new parents spend more time with their children was the focus of...... Read More
World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra Returning to Burlington
The following is a release from the Burlington Community Concert Series: ... Read More
U.S. Politics, How Did We Get Here? A Burlington Historical Society Program
The following is a release from the Burlington Historical Society: ... Read More
A Look at Massachusetts' New Opioid Law
Governor Charlie Baker recently signed a new law looking to reduce the number of cases of opioid addiction and overdoses.... Watch Video
Eagle Scout Candidate Holds Disability Awareness Night, Debuts Mobile Handicap Parking Spots
A Burlington High School student and Eagle Scout candidate recently held a disability awareness event where he debut his project...... Watch Video
Ways & Means Votes Against $40K for Hotel Appeal, Developer Says Price Will be Higher
Ways & Means weighed in on the proposed $40,000 warrant article for legal counsel for an appeal of the Zoning...... Read More
1-Year-Old Boy Injured After Vehicle Drives Into Daycare Center in Billerica
A scary accident near the Burlington border in Billerica left two injured, including a toddler. ... Read More
Quality or Quantity? Selectmen Discuss Sidewalks
What kind of sidewalks should be built along different streets in Burlington? ... Read More
FTC Warns of Scam Targeting Recipients of Disability Benefits
The Federal Trade Commission is warning residents of a popular scam they’ve seen pop up targeting people applying for disability...... Read More
Selectmen Approve Even/Odd Day Watering Restriction for the Summer
Burlington homeowners who own sprinkler systems and use them daily are going to have to cut back on how often...... Read More
Planning Board Responds to Finding of Open Meeting Law Violation
Members of the Planning Board responded to a finding of an Open Meeting Law violation filed by the Massachusetts’ Attorney...... Read More
Rainforest Cafe in Burlington Mall Closes Doors
A well-loved location for family dining has closed. ... Read More
letters to the editor
Find out what members of the Burlington Community are saying and add your own thoughts in our Letters to the Editor section. Check it Out...
Governor Charlie Baker was in Burlington this week to announce a grant for some very high-tech work on nano technology at the Northeastern University campus in town. See More...
A group of Burlington High School participated in a state-wide competition for minorities and tied for second place in two out of four categories. Read More...
Plans have finally been submitted to the town’s Planning Department for what is perhaps the most wondered-about property in town. Read More...
The Board of Selectmen last week approved four capital spending articles for the Fire Department for the May 9 Town Meeting warrant. Read More...
A Burlington High alum of the class of 1999 who was a loving husband, father, friend and family man as well as a decorated veteran of the United States Army died at the age of 35 years old. Read More...
BURLINGTON COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR
COME AND LEARN ABOUT A WIDE VARIETY OF HEALTH AND SAFETY TOPICS AT THIS PROGRAM PUT ON BY THE BURLINGTON BOARD OF HEALTH
When: Saturday, May 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Burlington High School