December 16 2019

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  1. The District Completes Parking Garage as Upgrades Continue

    As The District, formerly known as New England Executive Park, continues work on its massive renovation pieces of the project are being completed. 

  2. Burlington Mom Pens and Publishes Children's Book

    A Burlington resident and mother of two is in the process of publishing her first book. The book is called Seacoo and is for children ages 4 to 10 year olds and was written by Gemmesa Mercado under the pen name G. Johnson. 

  3. Retired Town Employee Honored for 23 Years of Service

    Burlington officials recently recognized one town employee’s service of over two decades to the town. 

  4. Open House of New Town Property and Subject of $1.6M Renovation Proposal

    There will be an open house of a property that was recently purchased by the Town of Burlington and will be the subject of a large Town Meeting article next week. 

  5. Bid for Renovation of 33 Center Street Come In Over Budget

    The renovations of a town-owned building have been put on hold due to changes in the public construction market. 

  6. One Vehicle Stolen, Multiple Others Broken Into, Overnight

    Burlington Police received multiple complaints of break-ins of motor vehicles and one call for a stolen car on Sunday. 

  7. See Winning Photos and Essays on Burlington's Landlocked Forest

    Come check out some great works by fellow Burlington residents and enjoy photos and essays on one of the town’s signature natural locations. 

  8. App Delivers Emergency Notifications to Your Smartphone

    Stay up to date on emergency alerts in Massachusetts by downloading an app to your smartphone. 

  9. When to Put Your Christmas Tree Out for Pickup

    Christmas has come and gone now many people are wondering about what to do with that browning tree in their living rooms. 

  10. A Look at Lyme Disease in Massachusetts

    We're about halfway through summer, and thankfully, we haven't heard too much about Lyme Disease this year. That said, the disease is still prevalent in Massachusetts, and steps should be taken to prevent yourself from contracting the disease, which, if left untreated, can affect you for years. 

 
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