BNews WeeklyNovember 22 2014
Selectmen Set Next Year's Tax Rate
The Burlington Board of Selectmen has set the FY15 tax rate. ... Read More
Planning Board Recommends Against Wetland Zoning Change
The Planning Board voted to recommend against a proposed zoning change of a wetlands overlay district that was put forward...... Read More
Pine Glen Elementary Changing Bus Pick Up Times
Pine Glen Elementary School students will have to get up and out the door a little earlier after the Thanksgiving...... Read More
Fire Department Adds Two New Members
The Board of Selectmen approved the appointment of two new firefighters to the Fire Department’s Permanent Intermittent List during the...... Read More
Restaurant Cited for Failing Recent Alcohol Compliance Sting
The Burlington Board of Selectmen gave a one-day liquor license suspension to another restaurant caught serving to an underage person...... Read More
Burlington Police Charge Second Man in October Home Invasion, Beating
The Burlington Police Department announced today it has arrested a second man in connection with an October home invasion on...... Read More
Suspect Allegedly Stole Mountain Bike from Hospital Patient
A man is wanted for allegedly stealing a mountain bike from a teenager who was in the emergency room. ... Read More
Youth Speaker: Kevin Brooks
Recently youth speaker Kevin Brooks gave a talk at Burlington High School.... Watch Video
BHS Sophomores Scoring Well on MCAS
Burlington Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Patrick Larkin recently gave the School Committee an update on MCAS scores among Burlington High...... Read More
BHS Flag Football Fundraiser
Teachers and students put the flags around their waists and walked out onto the field this past week for an...... Watch Video
"Almost Maine" Play Preview
"Almost Maine" has become the most performed play in North American high schools and will be playing in December at...... Watch Video
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With flu season starting to get underway there is the concern that with other medical scares in the media some people might misread their own syptoms if they start to feel ill or develop a fever. More...
A large crowd of Burlington residents came out to the Town Common, under a sunny sky, on Tuesday to pay respects to the men and women who risked all to defend our nation. More...
Area police and the Internal Revenue Service is warning people of a new, aggressive, phone scam that makes people believe they are in trouble with authorities. More...
Take in a play that uses humor and the supernatural to explore the awkwardness that family time during the holidays can bring. More...
The woman pictured in the images here is wanted for alleged theft and use of credit cards. More...
A Burlington High School club recently made a charitable contribution to a good cause. More...
Town Clerk Amy Warfield sent a letter to the editor thanking everyone who made the 2014 state election a success. More...
Keep that newspaper subscription but don’t pay a bogus invoice. More...
Lahey Clinic is opening a medical facility in the big 3rd Ave. planned development project. More...
The Burlington Post Office recently held a Batman event with the dark knight himself! More...
Big Tom Turkey Hunt
Saturday, November 22, 1:00 p.m.