BNews WeeklyJuly 28 2016
Rockland Trust Move to Cambridge Street Approved
After multiple meetings and a lot of changes to the original plan, the Rockland Trust project at 170 Cambridge Street...... Read More
DPW Responds to Number of Water Main Breaks, Leaks
Members of the Burlington Department of Public Works have been busy this week. ... Read More
New Hampshire Farm Recalling Over 8,000 Pounds of Beef Products Over E. coli Concern
A New Hampshire farm is recalling approximately 8,800 pounds of raw beef products that may be contaminated with E.... Read More
RMV Unveils New Driver's License Design for Massachusetts Residents
Massachusetts drivers will soon have a new type of license. ... Read More
Popular Video Baby Monitor Being Recalled Over Safety Issue
A popular baby monitor is being recalled due to the possibility of users being burned. ... Read More
Police Warn of Scam Targeting Pokémon GO Players
Pokémon GO has become a very successful app in a short period of time. ... Read More
Release: State Rep. Ken Gordon Opens Campaign HQ for Re-Election Bid
Editor’s note: The following is a release from State Rep. Ken Gordon’s office.... Read More
Grand Jury Indicts Two in Connection to April Shooting in Mall Parking Lot
A Grand Jury has indicted two suspects in connection to a non-fatal shooting that happened in the Burlington Mall parking...... Read More
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A national restaurant company that has a Burlington location has agreed to pay $210,000 in restitution and penalties to resolve allegations that it failed to pay more than 2,500 Massachusetts workers for required trainings. Read More...
An artist who followed his dream and is now working for Marvel Comics drawing Spiderman, among other heroes, was at the Burlington Used Book Superstore. See More...
Burlington’s restaurant sector keeps on growing. With new places opening up on a regular basis, there is a growing need for people to staff them. Read More...
Work is underway on Burlington’s dog park. BNEWS Reporter Chris Flaherty went down to get the latest. See More...
Burlington has begun the process of becoming a Purple Heart Town. Read More...
BURLINGTON'S FARMERS' MARKET
FIND LOCAL PRODUCTS AND MEET THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE OR GROW THEM
When:Thursdays from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. (June 16 - Oct. 13)
Where: Burlington Town Common
The Burlington Farmers' Market is returning for its second summer season.
This seasonal event will feature locally grown and produced fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, delicious prepared foods, flowers, plants, spa products, gourmet baked goods, fresh eggs, local honey, fresh baked breads, healthy juices, cheeses, handmade pastas, sauces, and much more.
Entry is free and everyone is welcome.