October 25 2020

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  1. Atria Longmeadow ChowderFest 2015

    On Thursday evening the 4th annual ChowderFest was held at the Atria Longmeadow Place, with tons of different restaurants donating chowder samples. BNEWS Reporter Kyle Ruffen attended the event and has this report:  

  2. Temple Shalom Emeth Brings Chanukah to Community

    This last weekend marked the end of the 2015 Jewish holiday of Hanukah. Those out and about town might have noticed a series of Menorah candle lighting ceremonies taking place in different location. BNEWS Director Rich Hosford went to one of the ceremonies and has this report. 

  3. 'Glimpses of the Holy Qur'an' to be Held at Burlington Library

    There will be a program, Glimpses of the Holy Qur'an, at the Burlington Public Library on Saturday, Oct. 17 from noon o 4:30 p.m. Kashif Chaudhry of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community explains its importance and how the speakers will address common misunderstandings of the Muslim faith and community.

  4. This Week's Sports Report with Phil Arcaro

    BNEWS Sports Reporter Phil Arcaro has all you need to know to catch up on Red Devils action

  5. Burlington Town Common Tree Lighting

    December is always a festive time of year here in Burlington, Now lets go to the Burlington common for a look at this year's Tree lighting with Chris Flaherty and BNEWS Weatherman Peter Brown

  6. Burlington First Responders Conduct Active Shooter Training with Local Business

  7. This Week's Sports Report

    The Red Devils teams are well into the fall season. BNEWS Sports Reporter Phil Arcaro has this week’s Sports Report. 

  8. OPEB Panel Discussion ► September 22, 2015

    A panel discussion on Other Post-Employment Benefits, commonly known as OPEB, that was held on Tuesday, September 22. 

  9. This Week's Weather Report with Peter Brown

    Summer officially ended this week but will we jump right into fall weather. Here is BNEWS meteorologist Peter Brown with this week’s weather report. 

  10. Volunteers Lend a Hand at the Burlington Community Garden

    As winter approaches the Burlington Community Garden needs to be prepared for the end of the season. Recently a group of volunteers got down in the dirt to do just that. BNEWS Reporter Cory McNeil has more. 

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