January 17 2021

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  1. Selectmen Vote on Proposal to Expand Sunday Alcohol Sales Time

    The time retail alcohol sales in Burlington must end on Sundays will not change, despite a recent push from a new, large, grocery store. 

  2. Burlington Votes in 2014 Midterm Election

    The polls in Burlington closed at 8 p.m. and the results are in for the 2014 state/midterm election. 

  3. BACC Annual Meeting 2017

    The Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting November 29, 2017 with Keynote address by Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo.

  4. Town Meeting to Vote on Bylaw Change that Would Allow Alcohol Sales at Theaters and Cinemas

    Burlington Town Meeting, which is set to continue on Monday, May 18, will decide whether or not Burlington theaters and cinemas will have the right to sell alcohol. 

  5. Better Business Bureau Warns of Powerball Scams Ahead of Record $1.5B Drawing

    Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot is now up to an estimated $1.5 billion, the biggest in lottery history. Many people are running out to get tickets in the hopes of winning. Scammers are also hard at work with the hopes of stealing people’s money. 

  6. Fire Department: Fireworks are Illegal and Dangerous for Residents

    The following is a release from the Burlington Fire Department: 

  7. Burlington Library Summer Hours and May Basket Fundraiser Results

    The Burlington Public Library will soon be operating at its summer hours. 

  8. Fire Department Assistant Chief Completes Four-Year Training Program

    A leader at the Burlington Fire Department recently finished an extensive educational program to help him be better equipped on the job. 

  9. Selectmen Vote to Recommend $18 Million in Capital Project to Town Meeting

    The Burlington Board of Selectmen voted to recommend three large capital projects to Town Meeting during the Monday night meeting. 

  10. Selectmen Vote to Support Request for 8 New Liquor Licenses

    The Board of Selectmen voted in favor of including a warrant article in the September Town Meeting that would give the town permission to seek eight additional liquor licenses from the state. 

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