November 14 2019

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  1. Music Man Opens at Burlington High

    And now it’s off to the Theatre. BNEWS Reporter Cory McNeil went down to the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center to catch a sneak peak at this year's production at BHS.

  2. Planning Board Seat Contested in Upcoming Town Election

    There is now a race for the one Planning Board seat on the ballot this year. 

  3. Parents Raise Concerns After Report of Bus Stop Assault

    A couple parents also came to the School Committee meeting to raise concerns over a recent incident at Marshall Simonds Middle School that they said has not been properly addressed. 

  4. Selectmen to Set FY16 Tax Rate on Monday

    The Board of Selectmen will hold the annual Tax Classification Hearing during the meeting on Monday, November 16.

  5. Gov. Baker Approves Tax Free Holiday Weekend

    If you’ve been eyeing a big purchase next weekend might be the time to go out and buy it. 

  6. Scammers Using Fake Websites to Get Credit Card Info

    A warning for anyone attempting to get customer service help for your credit or debit card. 

  7. Post Office to Hold Child Safety Program, Fingerprinting

    Support an effort to find missing children and take steps to protect your own children in the process. 

  8. Stress Mitigating Tips for Parents of Children Heading Back to School

    Well, we’re into August, so as much as we would like to deny it, the summer is winding down. That means the stores are starting to put out the pencils, pens, backpacks, trapper keepers and other supplies the kids need to be ready for school. 

  9. Beer Works Looking to Come to Burlington

    A popular Boston area brewery is looking to open a location in Burlington. 

  10. Landowner Proposes Up to 300 Housing Units on Corporate Drive

    A Burlington landowner is looking to build a big apartment complex in an existing office park. 

 
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