BNews WeeklySeptember 27 2016

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Selectmen to Vote on Full Watering Ban on Wednesday

The Burlington Board of Selectmen will vote on a proposed full watering ban during the meeting on Wednesday night. ... Read More

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School Committee to Discuss Later Start Times for High School

The Burlington School Committee will continue a discussion started last spring about the possibility of later start times at the...... Read More

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Pneumonia Vaccine Available for Residents Over 65

The following is a release from the Burlington Health Department: ... Read More

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BNEWS Special: 9/11 15th Anniversary Ceremony

Burlington's 9/11 remembrance ceremony for those who died on that fateful day and in honor of the souls we've lost...... Watch Video

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Firefighters Train New Tools on Rollover Vehicle

The Burlington Fire Department got some hands on training with some new battery-operated extraction tools.... Watch Video

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Highlights From Truck Day 2016

Trucks, pieces of mobile equipment and first responder vehicles filled the Burlington Town Common for Truck Day.... Watch Video

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Scholarship Fund Created in Memory of Brianna Gainley, a BHS Alum

A scholarship fund has been set up in honor of a Burlington High School alum who died tragically young. ... Read More

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Police Warn that IRS Scam Has Been Reportedly Recently

The Burlington Police Department is warning of a familiar scam that has been reported by multiple residents recently. ... Read More

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BNEWS Weekly Weather Report

Get the latest forecast from BNEWS Meteorologist Peter Brown. ... Watch Video

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Flags at the 9/11 Ceremony on the Town Common

This past Sunday marked the 15th anniversary of the terrible attacks of September 11, 2001.... Watch Video

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Letter: Thanks to Everyone for Making Primary Election a Success 

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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...

 

Other News 

 

Fuel Assistance Available for Low-Income Families and Individuals Starting Nov. 1

Residents who think they may need help paying for heat this winter will soon be able to apply for fuel assistance. Read More...

 

A Look at Taste of Burlington 2016 

Dozens of restaurants showed off their culinary creations at the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce's annual event. See More...

 

History of the Landlocked Forest and Mary Cummings Park 

The Burlington Historical Society is going to take a historic look at two of Burlington’s most beautiful locations - The Landlocked Forest and Mary Cummings Park. Read More...

 

New England Bakery Recalling Nearly 100,000 of Bread Products 

Koffee Kup Bakery, Inc. has voluntarily recalled approximately 99,000 packages of its bread products due to the possibility that there may be clear plastic pieces in some products. Read More...

 

BHS Red Devils Football Ready for 2016 Season 

The Red Devils are back in action with another football season. Coach Sean Maguire tells BNEWS how he plans to mold the team into a winning force. See More...

 

Photo: Bald Eagle Rescued in Burlington 

The Burlington Police Department made an unusual rescue this past weekend. See More...

 

COMMUNITY CALENDAR             

 

Find out what's happening in town with our new Burlington Community Calendar

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COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHT             

 

 

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. 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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