February 22 2020

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  1. Ice Cream Fundraiser Raises Funds for Family of 2-Year-Old Battling Leukemia

    A special fundraiser was held at the Primrose School last weekend. An ice scream social which all donations went to Olivia Steiner a child with Leukemia. 

  2. BHS TV Summer Session

    BCAT doesn’t stop when school is out of session! We’re staying in production throughout the summer, and we want your help!

  3. Detached Wheel Crosses Route 128 Barrier, Kills Northbound Driver

    Police are investigating an accident that left one driver dead on Route 128/95 in Lexington near the Burlington line on Tuesday. 

  4. Obituary for Krista Toscano, 19, a BHS Class of 2014 Graduate

    A memorial tribute page has been created by the family of Krista Toscano, a 19-year-old graduate of Burlington High School's Class of 2014 who died on Friday after fighting injuries sustained in a car accident last weekend. 

  5. Kids Get Hand On Firefighter Training, Safety Lessons, at Youth Academy (PHOTOS)

    A group of youngsters got some hands-on experience as firefighters last week. 

  6. Burlington Honors Those Who Gave Ultimate Sacrifice in Defense of Country

    Burlington veterans, public officials, safety officials and members of the community gathered at the Chestnut Hill Cemetery to honor those men and women of the armed services who gave their lives defending the United States. 

  7. Your BNEWS: Lightsaber Wielding Musician Leads Holiday Concert

    Here's the newest edition of our "Your BNEWS" segment where we feature photos and videos you send in. 

  8. BHS Softball vs. Melrose

    Burlington Lady Devils vs. Melrose Red Raiders

  9. Burlington High Presents TEDx Talk

    Recently an event took place for the first time here in Burlington. TEDxYouth@BHS brought together many different speakers who discussed a variety of topics. 

  10. 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 hoc committee created to evaluate their feasibility during Monday night’s meeting. 

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