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Burlington: A Week in Review

A look back at some of the stories covered by Burlington Patch this week.

This was a busy week in Burlington and so a busy week here at Patch. In case you missed any of our stories, here are some of the highlights and links to our articles to help you catch up.

Stories of the week:

Top Stories:

  • Images of Burlington High School Class of 2012 Graduation
  • Burlington Police Sgt. Timothy McDonough said heroin is more of a problem in town
  • Assistant Town Administrator Thomas Hickey informed members of the Board of Selectmen last night that the historical building was vandalized over the weekend
  • Christopher Christopher Piantedosi, 39, will be held without bail until the pre-trial hearing on July 11

Feature Stories:

  • A look at what was the most popular movie rentals from all Burlington Redbox locations last week
  • New York City's mayor wants to ban sale of sugary drinks more than 16 ozs.
  • From local bloggers to international news outlets, teacher David McCullough's speech has gone viral
  • This year’s scholarship winners from Burlington High School are Thomas Anecone and Cameron Frank
  • Patch Snap is an occasional post that features pictures from around Burlington or Burlington residents out and about
  • As Father's Day approaches, what is some of the best fatherly advice you've heard

Business/Government: 

  • There will be a fundraiser at the Melrose Knights of Columbus on June 16 for David Zagzougs, a member of the BHS Class of 1989 and father of four with heart problems
  • Town Administrator Robert Mercier, after 30 years of public service, sat in on his final Board of Selectmen meeting before retirement
  • The new yoga studio will have an evening reception tomorrow and free trial classes this weekend
  • Ballot to be finalized by AG's office on July 3
  • The candidates, incumbents and issues that will be affecting Burlington and Middlesex County

Police & Fire:

  • Burlington Police Department logs from June 1 to 3

Columns:

  • Cooking with Sheila: Skip the drive thru and try making your own delicious iced coffee at home
  • Life in the Mom Lane: Children go through stages but what do you do when that stage means they don't need mom as much

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  • Patch has teamed up with Patterson's ReadKiddoRead to bring the bestselling author's summer reading lists into hundreds of communities across the country
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