October 22 2020

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  1. People Helping People Working to Ensure Everyone has a Happy Holiday Season

    As they do every year, the good folks at People Helping People are working hard to make sure everyone has a happy holiday season. 

  2. Selectmen to Vote on Community Benefit Agreement with Medical Marijuana Group

    The Burlington Board of Selectmen are getting closer to taking a vote on whether or not to show support for a medical marijuana dispensary that is looking to come to town. 

  3. Scammers Mimic Energy Company to Steal Money, Identities

    Scammers have reportedly been pretending to representatives of energy companies in order to steal people’s money and identification. 

  4. Storm Downs Wires Causes Fire and Delays

    A pair of storms hit Massachusetts hard on Tuesday and downed wires in Burlington, causing traffic delays and even a small brush fire. BNEWS Director Rich Hosford was out on the roads and has this report: 

  5. State Police to Hold Sobriety Checkpoint in Area

    In an effort to keep the roads safe, the Massachusetts State Police will be on the lookout for intoxicated drivers this weekend. 

  6. MBTA Officer Richard Donohue, Injured in Pursuit of Boston Marathon Bombers, to Speak to Burlington Group

    A local hero will be speaking to a Burlington group. 

  7. Selectmen Discuss Halting Health Insurance Benefits for Elected Officials

    During the Board of Selectmen meeting this week, Chairman Michael Runyan raised an agenda item he called a “hot potato issue” in town. 

  8. VIDEO: BHS Wrestlers Take First at George Bossi Lowell Holiday Wrestling Tournament

    The Burlington High School Wrestling team may be experiencing a slight drop in participation this year, but the wrestlers who are still with the program are some of the most talented the school has ever seen.

  9. Police Offer Safety and Self Defense Classes to Businesses and Organizations

    Though busy with catching criminals, responding to complaints, monitoring traffic and all of the other responsibilities of the day-to-day of police work, the Burlington Police Department is ready and willing to visit local businesses, groups and organizations for educational purposes. 

  10. Interested in the Arts? Help Foster Them in Burlington

    The town is looking for someone who loves the arts to help support them here in town. 

 
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