November 28 2020

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  1. Dozens of Burlington Students Recognized in Boston Globe Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Competition

    A large number of Burlington students have been recognized for their works of art and writing in a regional portion of a national competition. 

  2. New Entrance at BHS to Be Ready for School on Monday

    Burlington schools are back in session starting on Monday, August 31st. Students at the high school will notice something different when they arrive. The front entrance has been changed for safety reasons. 

  3. Burlington Police Welcome Two New Officers

    The Burlington Police Department welcomed two new members onto the force during the Board of Selectmen meeting Monday night. 

  4. Curb Cut Approved for Burlington Marketplace

    After some negotiations with the Planning Board and changes to the original plan, the Burlington Marketplace has finally been granted permission to create a second entrance and exit in the plaza. 

  5. French Bakery Set to Open at 3rd Ave., Currently Hiring

    The 3rd Ave. development project will soon have a bit of French flair. 

  6. Cafe & Casual Dining Restaurant Looking to Open in The District

    A new coffee shop and casual dining place is looking to join the big renovation project underway at The District, formerly New England Executive Park. 

  7. This Week's Sports Report With Phil Arcaro

    School is back in session and that means Burlington’s student athletes are also taking to the field to do the name Red Devils proud.

  8. Scammers Target Military Personnel, Veterans and Their Families

    Scammers have been targeting current members of the United States Armed Forces, veterans and their families and Burlington’s Office of Veterans Services wants to ensure those who live in town have the information they need to protect their hard-earned savings. 

  9. Selectmen and DPW Discuss Sidewalk Repairs and Different-Priced Alternatives

    The Burlington Board of Selectmen held a discussion on the best approach to take with future sidewalk projects in town. 

  10. Planning Board Approves Permits for 120-Unit Apartment Complex

    The Planning Board approved special permits that will allow a developer continue with a plan to build 300 apartments in two complexes in town. 

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