November 16 2019

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  1. NWS Warns of 'Potentially Life Threatening' Wind Chill and Near Record Cold

    Bundle up and make sure the pets are inside this weekend, it’s going to get cold. 

  2. Developer To Discuss "Friendly 40B" Housing Project with Town Officials

    A Boston-based developer with property in Burlington is going to enter into discussion with town officials about building a “Friendly 40B” apartment complex. 

  3. Burlington Grand Marshals Honored by Selectmen

    Two long-time Burlington residents were honored during the Board of Selectmen meeting on Monday night. 

  4. Plans for Boutique Hotel at 3rd Ave. Discussed at Planning Board

    Initial plans for a boutique hotel looking to move into 3rd Ave. were before the Planning Board recently and received some feedback from members. 

  5. Burlington Voters Go For Clinton; Trump, in Super Tuesday Primary

    Super Tuesday is over, the votes are in, and the delegates are being awarded. 

  6. Selectmen Modify Alcohol Policy to Allow Theaters to Get Licenses

    The Board of Selectmen voted to approve a language change in the town’s alcohol policy that will open the door for alcohol sales in theaters. 

  7. School Department Proposing Over $1.1 Million in Capital Budget Projects

    Town Meeting starts on Monday night in the Burlington High School auditorium. 

  8. Phone Scammers Targeting Medicare Recipients

    The Federal Trade Commission is warning Medicare recipients about a handful of scams targeting them during open enrollment season. 

  9. Police Hold Press Conference on Two Car Break-In Arrests, Third Suspect

    Burlington Police Detective Gary Redfern held a press conference after two men were arrested in connection to a rash of car break-ins on Thursday. He detailed how the suspects were located and showed the items that were stolen.

  10. New Phone Scam is Targeting Energy Customers by Mimicking Dept. of Public Utilities

    There is a new phone scam targeting people looking to save money on their electricity bills. 

 
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