October 27 2020

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  1. Burlington Police Arrest Man After Cross Town Chase

    Members of the Burlington Police Department engaged in a vehicle pursuit that went across the town line before arrested a suspect who had fled a police stop. 

  2. Helicopter Over Burlington Conducting Electrical Equipment

    Burlington residents may see a helicopter hovering overhead early this week. 

  3. Grand Jury Indicts Two for July Murder in Burlington

    A grand jury has indicted two men, including one who is a Burlington resident, on charges related to a murder that took place over the summer. 

  4. Burlington High Club Raises Money for Nepal After Earthquake

    A group of Burlington High School students held a fundraiser to help people in Nepal affected by a recent earthquake that did tremendous damage in the country. 

  5. Academy of Creative Arts Gets Permit to Move to New Burlington Location

    A private academy that teaches children visual and performing arts looking to expand both in its offerings and its location got one step closer this week. 

  6. BHS Alum is the New Miss Massachusetts USA

    A Burlington High School alum and fashion-blogger is the new Miss Massachusetts. 

  7. Freezing Rain Advisory Issued for Tonight

    Now that the winter weather has arrived it looks like it wants to stick around for a bit. 

  8. Introducing BNEWS Meteorologist Peter Brown - His First Weather Report

    We here at BNEWS are excited to welcome a new member of the team. Peter Brown has come on as our new meteorologist and will be bringing you weather reports each and every week. 

  9. Zoning Change for Hertz Location on Middlesex Turnpike Approved

    Town Meeting approved a zoning change for the property that currently houses Hertz Rent A Car during the meeting on Monday. 

  10. Shawsheen Tech School Committee Enters Contract Negotiations With Superintendent Candidate

    Shawsheen Technical High School’s school committee took a big step to replace Superintendent Charlie Lyons who is retiring after almost 30 years in the position. 

 
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