BNews WeeklyNovember 26 2015
Fire Department Knocked Down Mill Street House Fire
The Burlington Fire Department responded to a house fire that left one person without a place to sleep on Tuesday...... Read More
Senior Issues in Burlington
Dr. Wayne Saltsman, a geriatrician and Chair of the Burlington Board of Health, sat down with BNEWS Anchor Phil Gallagher...... Watch Video
Two Businesses Given Tobacco Sale Suspensions for Compliance Check Failure
The Burlington Board of Health took action to reprimand two businesses who failed tobacco sales compliance stings during the meeting...... Read More
Thanksgiving Closing, BHS Football Kickoff Time
A quick reminder that town, state and federal offices will be closed on Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday.... Read More
Fire Department Provides Cooking Safety Tips to Avoid Fire in the Kitchen
The Burlington Fire Department is offering some kitchen and cooking safety tips to keep everyone safe during the holiday season.... Read More
BHS Alum is the New Miss Massachusetts USA
A Burlington High School alum and fashion-blogger is the new Miss Massachusetts. ... Read More
Police Arrest Nine in Prostitution Sting
The following is a release from the Burlington Police Department: ... Read More
Letter: Fun Times During Historic Walk of Burlington's Landlocked Forest
The following is a Letter to the Editor by Paul Girouard of the Friends of the Landlocked Forest ... Read More
People Helping People Working to Ensure Everyone has a Happy Holiday Season
As they do every year, the good folks at People Helping People are working hard to make sure everyone has...... Watch Video
Kids Learn About the Night Sky, Nocturnal Animals, During Science Night
Last month the gymnasium at Francis Wyman elementary school was filled with students and their families all eagerly learning about...... Watch Video
Weekly Sports Report - Season Wrapping Up
The fall sports season is wrapping up.... Watch Video
Stolen Paintings Recovered in Burlington
A couple of paintings stolen from a business in Maine that were the subject of an FBI investigation turned up...... Read More
Middlesex Sheriff Once Again Warns of Scams with Impersonators
The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is once again warning residents not to be duped by a phone scam with callers mimicking...... Read More
Grand Jury Indicts Two for July Murder in Burlington
A grand jury has indicted two men, including one who is a Burlington resident, on charges related to a murder...... Read More
Grand Jury Indicts Man for Alleged Bank Robbery in January
A grand jury has indicted a man in connection with a bank robbery in town earlier this year. ... 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...
Get into the holiday spirit with a musical performance by some talented singers. Read More...
Take steps to protect the gifts you buy for your loved ones with your hard-earned money from thieves this holiday season. Read More...
Fire officials believe they have determined the cause of a Burlington Street house fire that crews knocked down last Monday afternoon. Read More...
The Burlington Police Department will once again be cracking down on violators who illegally park in handicap spots this holiday season. Read More...
Ho Ho Ho, guess who’s coming to Burlington? Read More...
The board held its annual Tax Classification Hearing and set the residential and C.I.P. (commercial, industrial, personal property) tax rates for the following year. Read More...
Burlington Town Meeting voted to approve a tax increment financing (TIF) agreement with a life sciences company as an extra incentive for it to move to town during a special meeting. Read More...
HOLIDAY POPS CONCERT
ENJOY AN EVENING OF HOLIDAY MUSIC AND WELCOME A
SPECIAL VISITOR FROM THE NORTH POLE
When: Sunday, December 6 at 3 p.m.
Where: Burlington High School Auditorium
The Burlington Community Concert Series is holding A Holiday Pops Concertfeaturing the Lexington Symphony. It is a holiday performance for families with children of all ages, the Lexington Symphony will present a whimsical afternoon that will include popular seasonal carols and sing-alongs. And what holiday celebration would be complete without a very special visitor from the North Pole to create a festive atmosphere and evoke a warm and joyous holiday spirit
Tickets for , featuring the Lexington Symphony range from $5 to $25 and are available at www.BurlingtonTheatre.com, 781-A-FUN-TIC and at the door