December 15 2019

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  1. Planning Board to Attempt to Appeal Building Permit for Hotel in The District

    The Burlington Planning Board will be before the Board of Appeals on Tuesday to try and get plans changed for a hotel under construction in The District. 

  2. Police Seeking Two Women Suspected in Steal $2,000 in Fraud

    The Burlington Police Department is asking the public’s assistance identifying two women suspected of credit card fraud at a Burlington fast-food restaurant. 

  3. Check the Fridge Before You have a Big Mess - Trader Joe's Recalling Exploding Soda Bottles

    Have you bought Trader Joe’s Triple Ginger Brew soda? You may want to get it out of your house before you have a big mess on your hands. 

  4. Neighborhood Day Meant to Make Connections Between Lord Baron Residents, Community

    The Lord Baron apartment complex is located somewhat on the outskirts of town between Terrace Hall Avenue and the Middlesex Turnpike Extension, and therefore is far away from the town services buildings. To help familiarize Lord Baron residents with town officials, representatives from several local agencies - including Police, Fire,...

  5. School Committee Race Now Up to Five Contestants

    The race for two School Committee seats is heating up. 

  6. Burlington Police Charge Three People, One Wanted by Police, In Connection to April Jewelry Store Theft

    The Burlington Police Department has charged three people, two men and one women, on charges related to an April theft at a Burlington jewelry store that are suspected of perpetrating a number of thefts in the area. 

  7. Board of Health Encourages Emergency Preparedness

    Burlington officials are encouraging residents to take steps to be ready for an emergency. 

  8. Town Proposing Over $1.5 Million in Capital Budget Projects

    The annual budget session of Burlington Town Meeting will be held on Monday, May 11 in the Burlington High School auditorium. 

  9. BHS Students to Perform 'The Miracle Worker' - The Story of Helen Keller's Early Life

    As we near the start of Winter Vacation, Burlington High School is gearing up for its annual fall play. This year, the Theater Club is putting on William Gibson' play "The Miracle Worker", which tells the story of a young Helen Keller.

  10. Police Searching for Two for Robbery and Assault of Employee at Local Business

    The Burlington Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying two men seen in surveillance videos robbing a local business and assaulting an employee in the process. 

 
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