December 10 2019

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  1. Selectmen Approve Finalized Agreement to Fund Sewer Repairs in Woburn

    The Burlington Board of Selectmen gave the final approval to pay for sewer repairs in Woburn as part of an inter-municipal agreement. 

  2. Back To School Safety Event, Opportunity for Kids to Explore Emergency Vehicles

    Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, with help from members of the Burlington Police Department and other local departments, is hosting a “Back-to-School” education event for parents, caretakers and children. 

  3. Police to Conduct Alcohol Compliance Checks of Burlington Businesses

    The Burlington Police will once again be working to ensure that minors are not sold alcohol in town. 

  4. European Fashion Store Coming to Burlington Mall

    A Europe-based clothing and fashion store is slated to open in the Burlington Mall. 

  5. Updated: Fire Officials Believe They Know the Cause of Burlington Street House Fire

    Updated Nov. 17 at 4 p.m. 

  6. Winter Storm Warning Issued Ahead of Potential Snowfall During Friday Morning Commute

    It looks like we may get some snow just in time for the morning commute on Friday. 

  7. Selectmen Strengthen Penalties on Businesses That Fail Alcohol Compliance Checks

    The Burlington Board of Selectmen voted to accept changes to the town’s alcohol policy that makes penalties for businesses that fail compliance checks and sell to minors more severe, but not as severe as was previously discussed. 

  8. Superintendent, School Committee Talk Safety in Wake of Anonymous Threat at BHS

    Superintendent Eric Conti gave an update on school security during the School Committee meeting on Tuesday to address parents’ concerns after a situation in the school last week. 

  9. Special Permits for Boutique Hotel at 3rd Ave. Approved

    The Burlington Planning Board approved special permits for a boutique hotel on 3rd Ave. during its December 3rd meeting. 

  10. State Senate Votes to Decrease Penalty for Violating 'Headlight Law'

    The Massachusetts State Senate has voted in agreement with the House to lessen the penalty of violating the so-called Headlight Law. 

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