November 25 2020

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  1. Burlington High School Accredited Under NEASC Once Again

    Burlington High School is once again accredited. 

  2. NEASC Accreditation Discussion Continues at School Committee

    There was another packed house at this week’s School Committee meeting as parents of high school students came out once again to raise concerns about the school’s standing with the New England Association of School Committees, or NEASC. 

  3. Burlington High Crowns Poetry Out Loud Winner

    Burlington has picked a winner to represent the school in the state Poetry out Loud semifinals. 

  4. Burlington Police Arrest Man on Heroin Charges

    Burlington Police arrested a man on a pair of drug charges this week. 

  5. Middlesex Sheriff Warns of IRS/Tax Frauds as Tax Day Approaches

    Tax-related scams have been a big issue the past few years and as we approach April 15 once again, Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian is warning residents to be on guard.

  6. Open House of Burlington Building With $1.6 Million Renovation Plan

    A warrant article that Town Meeting has not yet taken up is number 12, which asks member to approve $1,650,000 to renovate 33 Center Street. Officials plan for the building, a former bank next to Town Hall that was recently purchased by the town, to be used for town offices. 

  7. Major Hummus Brand Recalls Popular Product

    A popular hummus brand is voluntarily recalling a big batch of one its products out of a health concern. 

  8. FTC Warns of "Tech Support" Scams and Files Case Against Big Offender

    The FTC is cracking down on an internet company that posed as tech support to fleece customers out of thousands of dollars. 

  9. Burlington Seeking Part Time Social Worker

    Burlington is looking for a qualified person to fill a spot as a part time social worker for Burlington Youth & Family Services (BYFS). 

  10. Police Searching for Man Wanted for Home Break-in (Surveillance Photos)

    The Burlington Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying and locating a man suspected in a home break-in earlier in April. 

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