September 27 2020

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  1. New Law Targets Traffickers of Synthetic Opioid Fentanyl

    A new law trying to stem the growing tide of opioid overdoses went into effect on Tuesday. 

  2. A Look Inside Burlington Video Studio McElroy Films

    Getting married and looking for a high-quality video of your special day? Trying to create support for your non-profit? There is a place in Burlington that can help. 

  3. Mom Who Lost Daughter to Alcohol to Speak On Importance of Safety at Underage Parties

    Parents who are thinking of allowing their teenaged children have parties are encouraged to attend an informational program on hosting that will feature a personal story of a woman who lost her daughter to alcohol. 

  4. BHS Student Journalists Recognized for Coverage of Islamic Center Vandalism

    Four student journalists at Burlington High School’s newspaper have been honored for their work covering a big story in town. 

  5. Wrong-Way Driver Causes Early Morning Crash on Route 128 That Injured Two

    A wrong-way driver on Route 128 in Lexington near the Burlington line caused an accident early this morning that injured themself and the occupant of another vehicle. 

  6. New Handicap Parking Spots to Be Added at BHS for Better Access to Varsity Field, BCAT

    People with handicaps looking to watch a game at Varsity field will soon find it easier to navigate from their cars to the field. 

  7. Memorial School Students Create Assembly With Message of Inclusiveness

    A trio of Memorial School students was recognized at the latest School Committee meeting for their work in helping to spread the philosophy of inclusiveness in the school and on the playground. 

  8. Town Seeking Volunteers to Serve the Community

    The Town of Burlington needs a couple of volunteers to step and help make the community a better place. 

  9. Burlington's Memorial Day Ceremony

    The following is a notice from the Burlington Office of Veteran Services: 

  10. Library Holds Winter Carnival Run by Student Volunteers

    Children gathered in the Burlington Public Library on Friday for a morning of crafts, activities and fun during a winter carnival. BNEWS Director Rich Hosford went to check it out and has this report. 

 
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