October 14 2019

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  1. Bill To Allow Regional Lockup Facilities for Arrestees Gets Key Committee Approval

    A proposed bill that would change how arrestees are detained that was written by State Sen. Ken Donnelly and is supported by the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office has been given the thumbs up by a key committee. 

  2. Burlington Police K-9 Unit Completes Advanced Training

    Burlington’s four-legged protector and his handler recently completed some intense training. 

  3. Mass Attorney General Calls on Backpage to Remove Adult Section After Burlington Murder

    Massachusetts’ top law enforcer is calling for the website allegedly used by two men accused of murdering a woman in Burlington to remove a controversial service. 

  4. Transformer Fire Temporarily Closes Part of Skilton Lane

    A fire in a telephone pole transformer temporarily closed a part of Skilton Lane early this afternoon and left area residents without power. 

  5. Special Town Meeting Scheduled to Discuss TIF Agreement for Life Science Business

    Town Meeting will convene for a special meeting to vote on a proposed tax agreement for a business looking to come to town. 

  6. Rain/Snow Mix Followed by Snow Expected Tuesday Afternoon into Night

    It looks like we may get some snow Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning. 

  7. Holiday Driving Tips

    It’s now well into December and that means two things for commuters in Burlington. Heavy holiday traffic and the potential for wintry weather. 

  8. Burlington Woman One of Many People Arrested in Drug Operation in Lawrence

    A Burlington woman was among a large group of people arrested in Lawrence late last week following an anti-drug operation. 

  9. Body of Francis Wyman Employee Found on School Premise Wednesday Morning

    The Francis Wyman Elementary School community is dealing with the tragic passing of a coworker today. 

  10. Burlington High on Path for NEASC Accreditation Reinstatement

    Burlington High School may be returning to accredited status under the New England Association of School Committees, or NEASC, this fall. 

 
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