BNews WeeklyFebruary 13 2016
Planning Board Seat Contested in Upcoming Town Election
There is now a race for the one Planning Board seat on the ballot this year. ... Read More
NWS Warns of 'Potentially Life Threatening' Wind Chill and Near Record Cold
Bundle up and make sure the pets are inside this weekend, it’s going to get cold. ... Read More
BHS Welcomes New Staff Member - Scooter the Service Dog
Burlington High School has a new staff member, and he’s definitely a good boy. ... Read More
Town Offices, but Few Businesses, to Close for President's Day
President's Day is Monday, February 15, and town offices will be closed in observation of the holiday. ... Read More
Burlington High Crowns Poetry Out Loud Winner
Burlington has picked a winner to represent the school in the state Poetry out Loud semifinals. ... Read More
Historical Society Hosting Author Rob Costa for Look at Burlington "Then and Now" in Photos
The Burlington Historical Society is inviting the public to come see a talk given by the man who literally wrote...... Read More
Kelly Pappas Named Vice-Chair of BACC Government Affairs Committee
The following is a release from the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce ... Read More
Selectmen Discuss Proposed 'Friendly 40B' Affordable Housing Projects, Ad Hoc Committee Report
The Burlington Board of Selectmen discussed two proposed “friendly 40B affordable housing” projects that recently were presented to an ad...... 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...
The Board of Selectmen approved the use of money from the Disability Access Commission’s(DAC) handicap parking fine fund to support programs for differently-abled individuals Monday night. Read More...
Have you ever wondered why some snow events trigger a delay in the start of school while others lead to classes being cancelled? Superintendent Eric Conti weighs in. Read More...
The town is looking for someone who loves the arts to help support them here in town. Read More...
There was an emotional gathering at the Burlington Ice Palace this past Saturday as the Burlington High Schools girls varsity took to the ice in memory of a former teammate who died tragically at a young age. Read More...
A large number of Burlington students have been recognized for their works of art and writing in a regional portion of a national competition. Read More...
A proposed bill that would change how arrestees are detained that was written by State Sen. Ken Donnelly and is supported by the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office has been given the thumbs up by a key committee. Read More...
BOWLING AGAINST CANCER
SUPPORT BURLINGTON RELAY FOR LIFE AND THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY AND ENJOY A FUN EVENING
When : Wednesday, Febuary 17, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Where: Kings Bowl