November 16 2019

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  1. Letter: Fun Times During Historic Walk of Burlington's Landlocked Forest

    The following is a Letter to the Editor by Paul Girouard of the Friends of the Landlocked Forest 

  2. Burlington Police Appoint First-Ever Deputy Chief

    For the first time in its long history, the Burlington Police Department has a deputy chief.

  3. Early Morning Storm Causes Flooding in Town Buildings

    A sudden and fierce rainfall early Tuesday morning caused some flooding in both the Burlington Public Library and Grand View Farm. BNEWS Director Rich Hosford has this report. 

  4. Planning Board Rejects Proposed Curb Cut for Burlington Marketplace

    The Planning Board rejected a proposal for a curb cut onto Lexington Street from the Burlington Marketplace during its meeting last week. 

  5. Stolen Paintings Recovered in Burlington

    A couple of paintings stolen from a business in Maine that were the subject of an FBI investigation turned up in Burlington. 

  6. Burlington Police to Use Neighborhood Social Media Site "Nextdoor"

    Have you heard or joined Nextdoor.com, the social media platform that facilitates communication between neighbors and neighborhoods? 

  7. Election 2014: Meet the Candidates

    In preparation for the November 4th state election, several candidates running for office have come to BCAT to inform voters where they stand on all the key issues facing Massachusetts.

  8. Committee Holds Discussion on Two Proposed "Friendly 40B" Affordable Housing Projects

    Two developers presented plans for “Friendly 40B” residential housing projects to the town’s Ad Hoc 40B Committee on Wednesday night. 

  9. This Week's Weather Report with Peter Brown

    Thankfully we’re far away from the path of Hurricane Patricia, though we hope the best for everyone in Mexico and the southern states. But what will our weather be like this week? Check out the weather report with BNEWS Meteorologist Peter Brown to find out. 

  10. BHS Risky Behavior Survey Results Raise Concerns

    Here is our report on the results of the 2014 Risky Behavior Survey administered to Burlington High School students. The results, which showed an increase in illegal drug use, driving after drinking, and sexting, were part of a lenthly discussion at a recent School Committee meeting. 

 
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