August 11 2020

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  1. Middlesex Sheriff Warns of Phone Scam With People Impersonating Deputies

    The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of a new round of scam calls in which perpetrators are identifying themselves as deputy sheriffs. 

  2. Bauer Hockey Opens "Own the Moment" Location in Burlington, First in Nation

    Burlington hockey players now have a new place to get the supplies they need. 

  3. Burlington Schools Recognized by U.S. Dept. of Education for Use of Technology

    Burlington’s use of technology in teaching was recently praised by the top education agency in the country. 

  4. Selectmen Give Go Ahead for TIF Agreement Talks With Life Science Company

    During its meeting last week, the Board of Selectmen voted to allow town staff to begin negotiations with EMD Millipore for a possible tax increment financing (TIF) agreement to have the company relocate to Burlington. 

  5. Community Highlight format backup

    PROPOSED HIGHWAY CHANGES 

  6. Fire Department Hosts Open House

    The Burlington Fire Department held an open house on Saturday to give residents a chance to learn more about fire safety and even get some hands-on experience with firefighting equipment. 

  7. Police Looking for Man Suspected in Using Stolen Credit Card Info (Surveillance Photo)

    The Burlington Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in identifying a man suspected in a credit card theft. 

  8. Burlington Voters Decide Contested Races

    Burlington voters hit the polls on Saturday and decided the outcome of three contested town-wide offices and one Town Meeting seat. 

  9. Informational Meeting on TIF Agreement

    Town Meeting members and interested members of the public are invited to an information meeting about a proposed tax agreement with a business looking to move to town. 

  10. Building Inspector Speaks on Building Permit for The District Hotel Plan

    Representatives of the Planning Board and National Development were once again in front of the Board of Appeals over plans for a Residence by Marriott in The District. 

 
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