January 18 2021

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  1. Tractor Trailer Driver Arrested for 3rd OUI After Crash in Burlington

    A tractor trailer truck driver was arrested for a third time on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol after his truck found its way on top of a car this week. 

  2. Caring for Those With Mobility Issues Program

    The following is a release from the Burlington Board of Health 

  3. Presidential Primary Absentee Ballots Available

    Those looking to vote in the presidential primaries on March 1 but won’t be able to make it to the polls can now pick up an absentee ballot. 

  4. Police Report Missing Woman and Ask Public's Help Locating Her

    The Burlington Police Department is reporting a missing person and is asking the public to help locate her if she is seen.

  5. Police Tweet Play-by-Play of Possible Scam Investigation

    The Burlington Police Department has been busy on social media, posting play-by-plays of an investigation into a possible consumer fraud targeting seniors. 

  6. Special Permit Granted for Burlington Beer Works Restaurant and Brewery

    The Burlington Planning Board issued a special permit that allowed a craft beer brewery to move one step closer to opening in Burlington. 

  7. Selectmen Vote to Approve Continuing Talks with Medical Marijuana Group in Split Decision

    The Burlington Board of Selectmen voted in a split decision to continue negotiations with a collaborative group that is seeking to establish a medical marijuana dispensary in town. 

  8. BHS Art Student's Design Won Contest Put on by Unique Sock Company

     A Burlington High School art student’s design was selected by a new and unique sock company in a competition and will now be featured on a line of their articles. 

  9. Motion to End Health Insurance Benefit for Elected Officials Defeated Without Discussion at BoS

    A proposal to end the practice of offering health insurance to elected officials who work less than 20 hours per week on a regular basis failed to pass during Monday night’s Board of Selectmen meeting. 

  10. Police to Conduct Stings to Fight Prostitution and Human Trafficking

    The Burlington Police Department will be cracking down on prostitution. 

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