Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Members of the City of Burlington Plan Commission on Tuesday sent representatives from Casey’s General Store back to the drawing board with a request to come up with a better design for their gas station-convenience store proposed for the corner of Dodge and Adams streets. Planners said they’d like […]

 
 

Connection eyed for shopping centers

Connection eyed for shopping centers

Driveway would open divide between parking lots By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The lament of “Why can’t I get there from here?” at two shopping centers on Burlington’s north side may soon be solved. Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty said last week the owner of the Fox River Plaza shopping […]

 
 

It’s your chance to serve

Local offices to appear on April ballot By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Now is the time for residents who want to become involved in local government at a variety to levels to step forward and seek office. As of Friday, residents interested in serving at the township, city, school […]

 
 

Parade-goers embrace the spirit of Christmas

Parade-goers embrace the spirit of Christmas

By Toni Schneider Correspondent There were many green, hairy Grinches in the “Whoville Christmas in Burlington Parade” on Friday night, sponsored by the Burlington Chamber of Commerce. Their hands looked cold and clammy but the large crowd that lined both sides of the streets of the parade route appeared to […]

 
 

Couple to celebrate new album

Couple to celebrate new album

Folk music duo to perform at coffeehouse Friday By Jeff Cebulski Contributor Tim Mocarski, who never lived in Burlington but made 33 years of his living here as an English teacher at Burlington High School, has returned several times since his retirement in 2011 as a member of the folksy […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

A plan for the future of Burlington’s industrial, commercial and residential growth will be revealed Tuesday at a meeting of the city’s Plan Commission. You can find out how local officials plan to deal with Foxconn and other influences on the area’s growth in the lead story of this week’s […]

 
 

Seven escape early morning fire

Seven escape early morning fire

Chief credits smoke detectors for keeping residents safe City of Burlington Fire Chief Alan Babe is crediting smoke detectors for keeping seven people safe after a fire broke out in their home Wednesday morning. “As a result of working smoke detectors in the home, all seven occupants were alerted to […]

 
 

Ready to be set in stone

Ready to be set in stone

The four granite stones that comprise the new veterans memorial at Burlington’s Echo Park were installed last week. Come next spring, the stones will be etched with the names of deceased local veterans as a tribute to military service. The memorial will replace the temporary bed of crosses that is […]

 
 

A glimpse of the future

Burlington to unveil plan for city growth By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief A roadmap for the future development of Burlington will be unveiled next week, setting a course that city officials acknowledge will be heavily influenced by the arrival of Foxconn in Mount Pleasant. The city’s Plan Commission is […]

 
 

Mayor plans to seek another term

Mayor plans to seek another term

But two incumbent aldermen will not run in April By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty intends to seek another term in April, but at least two of the four incumbent aldermanic candidates will not run for re-election on April’s ballot. First District Alderman Edward Johnson and […]

 
 
 
 
 

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