October 23 2019

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  1. 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. 

  2. 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.

  3. 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. 

  4. 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. 

  5. 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. 

  6. New Law Targets Traffickers of Synthetic Opioid Fentanyl

    A new law trying to stem the growing tide of opioid overdoses went into effect on Tuesday. 

  7. A Look Inside Burlington Video Studio McElroy Films

    Getting married and looking for a high-quality video of your special day? Trying to create support for your non-profit? There is a place in Burlington that can help. 

  8. Mom Who Lost Daughter to Alcohol to Speak On Importance of Safety at Underage Parties

    Parents who are thinking of allowing their teenaged children have parties are encouraged to attend an informational program on hosting that will feature a personal story of a woman who lost her daughter to alcohol. 

  9. BHS Student Journalists Recognized for Coverage of Islamic Center Vandalism

    Four student journalists at Burlington High School’s newspaper have been honored for their work covering a big story in town. 

  10. Wrong-Way Driver Causes Early Morning Crash on Route 128 That Injured Two

    A wrong-way driver on Route 128 in Lexington near the Burlington line caused an accident early this morning that injured themself and the occupant of another vehicle. 

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