BNews WeeklyJune 26 2016
BNEWS Weekly can now be viewed on BCAT's YouTube Channel.... Watch Video
BACC's Women In Business Give Back
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United Church of Christ Banner Stolen
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Liquor License Approved For Island Creek Oyster Bar
The multi-award winning Island Creek Oyster Bar is coming to Burlington with a liquor license, after the application request was...... Read More
3-Story Fitness Center with Two Indoor Pools Proposed for 4th Avenue
Burlington may soon get a big new fitness center in Northwest Park.... Read More
"Farmers' Market Cookbook" Author Gives Cooking Demonstration
More and more people are being guided toward buying and eating locally sourced food.... Watch Video
Letter: Host Families for International Exchange Students Needed
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Interfaith Clergy Council holds Vigil for Orlando Victims
The Burlington Interfaith Clergy Council and State Representative Ken Gordon along with residents of Burlington and local communities gathered this...... Read More
BHS Tennis Champ Ada Wiggins
The Burlington High School sports may be over but this year BHS has a player for the Red Devils history books.... Watch Video
Burlington Parents Stand Against Opioids
The opioid crisis throughout the nation and in Massachusetts is a spreading epidemic having a devastating effect on people of...... Watch Video
BCSF Adult Scholarships
For close to 30 years the Burlington Community Scholarship Foundation has been providing Dollars for Scholars to Burlington High School...... Watch Video
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...
A large pile of dirt at a well-known Burlington location that will likely be under redevelopment soon has been causing a stir in town. Read More...
Funds for roadwork at one of the area’s most difficult and dangerous highway exit ramp have been approved. Read More...
The Burlington Public Library will soon be operating at its summer hours. Read More...
Burlington residents may want to make a change to their power supplier to save money after July 1st. 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.