January 21 2021

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  1. BHS Art Students Creates new Pine Glen Elementary School Logo

    Pine Glen Elementary School has a new logo and the designer behind it is a Burlington High School student. 

  2. Sheriff Lunches With Seniors, Talks Prison Reform

    There was a special guest during a senior lunch at the American Legion in Burlington recently. BNEWS Director Rich Hosford went down to check it out. He has this report. 

  3. Police Arrest Man After 75-Year-Old Woman's Vehicle is Hijacked

    A Bedford man who allegedly carjacked a 75-year-woman’s vehicle at knife point is behind bars. 

  4. Kids Hit the Stage for Purim Celebration

    Last Friday members of the Temple Shalom Emeth celebrated the Jewish holiday of Purim, and the congregation held a special play to mark the occasion. The whole production was planned and directed by Rabbi Susan Abramson and BNEWS reporter Kyle Ruffen got to sit down with her and talk about...

  5. Mosquito With West Nile Virus Found in Burlington

    The following is a release from the Burlington Board of Health: 

  6. Burlington Police Officer to Fight Handicap Parking Abuses at State Level

    A Burlington Police Officer who led the way in Operation Access, the department’s effort to crack down on illegal handicap parking, will now be working on that push at the state level. 

  7. National Development Reveals Details of Proposed Friendly 40B Project at The District

    National Development has one of two Friendly 40B proposals under consideration by the town’s Ad Hoc 40B Committee and it presented details of the project during a meeting Wednesday night. 

  8. Celebrate Burlington 2015

    Celebrate Burlington is an annual event on the Town Common. The day-long event features food, friends, family, and fun for those of all ages!

  9. BHS Class of 2015 Students Leaders Inspired at Graduation

    Burlington High School’s Class of 2015 graduated under a sunny sky on Varsity Field on Sunday, June 7. 

  10. Burlington Business Owner Indicted After Allegedly Avoiding Paying $120K in Insurance Premiums

    A Wilmington man who owns a business in Burlington has been indicted in connection with allegedly failing to accurately report the nature of his company’s work in order to avoid $120,000 in insurance premiums, Attorney General Maura Healey announced on Thursday.

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