TALK MORE, SPEND LESS WITH CENTURYLINK HOME PHONE
With CenturyLink Home Phone service you have the freedom to talk as much as you like to your friends and family across the nation and enjoy a crystal clear connection without the reception issues often experienced with wireless phones.
You'll also enjoy popular calling features and Voicemail, with your CenturyLink Home Phone Plan, and you can even add an extra line, perhaps in your office, or for your kids.
There's more talking and more savings to be had with CenturyLink Phone service.
Call now and start saving today! 866-256-8169
Moving to burlington, iowa?
Here are some helpful links to get you started.
About: burlington, iowa
Burlington is located in southeastern Iowa, in Des Moines County. The city hoses the Snake Alley Criterium, one of the toughest bicycle races in the Midwest. The course is 15 blocks, with an elevation change of 555 feet to 678 feet. The race takes place entirely on city streets, mostly located downtown. The race is most widely known for its one block stretch on an historic brick street named Snake Alley. Snake Alley is 276 feet long and has five switchbacks over the course of a 60 foot increase in elevation.
Local Newspapers: The Hawk Eye
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers Iowa Hawkeyes
Local Colleges: Southeastern College at Burlington
Zip Codes associated with burlington, iowa:
Towns/Cities near burlington, iowa : Mt Pleasant Fort Madison Middletown Beaverdale New London Danville Augusta Gulfport IL
New district judge to be appointed to replace retired judge John Linn
After several months of working without a fifth district judge, the Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday approved the process of selecting a new district judge to replace John Linn, who retired last December. District Judge Mary Ann Brown, chief judge of the Eighth Judicial District and chairman of the nominating commission, said Tuesday she will begin the process of selecting the new judge immediately.Burlington man on trial on sex charges
For the third time this month, a Des Moines County jury will attempt to decide if a man is guilty of child sexual abuse charges. On Tuesday, a nine-woman, three-man jury was impaneled in Des Moines County District Court to hear evidence from prosecutors that Thaddeus Ray Purnell, 30, 301 Maple St., Burlington, molested a child for several years, beginning when she was 10 years old.Burlington is getting one of the last TIGER grants ever awarded
The $17 million grant Burlington won for work on the riverfront, Jefferson Street and Main Street will be one of the last grants of its kind. The U.S. Department of Transportation is ending its Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery program and replacing it with a Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development program.Dresser-Rand to end operations here
Siemens will shutter its Burlington plant by 2019, closing a company that started business here with Murray Iron Works in 1870. The company announced the closure of its entire Burlington facility Monday, including Siemens' Power and Gas, Power Generation Services and Dresser-Rand operations.Siemens closing Burlington Plant, 125 employees losing jobs
Siemens announced today it will be closing its Burlington, Iowa facility. 125 people currently work at the Siemens' Power and Gas, Power Generation Services, and Dresser-Rand businesses..Construction trades in rebuilding mode
Cummings, 17, will begin working toward his journeyman's card this summer through a six-year apprenticeship with the carpenter's union. He will earn 50 percent of what a journeyman makes for the first six months, but that salary will increase gradually to the full amount over the next six years.'Someone has to pick it up'
Burlington looks a little cleaner this Earth Day thanks to the efforts of volunteers at the 18th annual Keep Burlington Beautiful Earth Day clean-up. Around 500 volunteers picked up somewhere from two to five tons of trash Saturday on the riverfront, in downtown alleys, in ravines throughout the community and the on and off ramps of U.S. 34 off Roosevelt Avenue.Fires appear malicious in intent
A few Burlington firefighters had to cut short a public education program Saturday afternoon at the Burlington Area YMCA when they noticed several timber fires burning in ravines on the YMCA property on Mount Pleasant Street. The firefighters at the Y called for backup, including a brush truck from the West Burlington Fire Department, around 1:20 p.m. Twelve firefighters had the fire under control in 30 minutes, said Battalion Chief Bruce Workman.Identity of woman found burned to death difficult to verify
Authorities are continuing to investigate the death of a woman whose body was found outside a burning vehicle Tuesday night in a cornfield north of Burlington. Although an autopsy was performed Wednesday on the woman's badly burned body at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, her identity and the cause of her death were not released Thursday, pending further investigation, authorities said.Deceased woman found near burning car north of Burlington
Bradley Dean Wischmeier, 58, of 9516 Stony Hollow Road, was arrested at the scene on charges of driving while intoxicated, third offense, and admitted to driving the vehicle in the field when it got stuck and caught fire. Local and state law enforcement officers are investigating the discovery of the badly burned body of 50-year-old woman Tuesday night in a field on Stony Hollow Road north of Burlington.Burlington Iowa Area Crime Stoppers looking for wanted suspects
Two men are wanted out of Burlington on unrelated charges and area crime stoppers are asking for the public's help. The first man they are looking for, 26-year-old Robert Mitchell Degroat is wanted on multiple warrants including an absent from custody warrant.Guilty plea in hammer killing
A Burlington man told a district court judge Monday he beat another man to death with a claw hammer in October 2016 because he thought the man was making unwanted sexual advances toward his "baby's momma." Layton Tapscott, 26, 1717 Gnahn St. in Burlington, told District Judge Michael Schilling he beat Julian "J.D." Menke, to death in Menke's residence in the 200 block of South Eighth Street because he was angry with him.Kramer sworn in as police chief, councilmen almost kill nuisance change
Dennis Kramer was sworn in to the top administrative role of the Burlington Police Department during Monday's meeting of the Burlington City Council. His appointment was lauded by council members and present police staff, but voices of dissent and protest punctuated the event at both the meeting's beginning and end.Brighton News
Zacheous Entsminger was honored for his 6th birthday with a party on April 1. It was held at the family home of Scott and Amanda. Other guests besides his siblings included three grandmothers, two grandfathers, and multiple aunts, uncles and cousins.Massage therapist channels pain to help patients
An ancient saying goes, "Give away what you need," and for licensed massage therapist Emily Oleson of Burlington, that's pain relief. "I play hard.Tapscott to potentially plead guilty in '16 Menke murder
A Burlington man awaiting trial on first-degree murder charges in the October 2016 killing of Julian "J.D." Menke may be ready to enter a guilty plea rather than face the possibility of life in prison without parole. Layton Tapscott, 26, 1717 Gnahn St. in Burlington, is scheduled to go to trial in the claw hammer killing of Menke during an argument over a woman at Menke's residence.Federal road dollars follow traffic counts
Regional planners are changing the official labels of about four miles of road in the Burlington area. Those labels help dictate where infrastructure dollars can flow in the Burlington urban area.Two arrests following high speed chase through several Iowa counties
According to the Louisa County Sheriff's Office, the chase started on Highway 61 near Wapello, Iowa on Monday, April 9, 2018. A deputy tried to pull over the driver of a black, Chevy Impala for illegal passing around 6:30 p.m. The driver refused to stop and headed north at speeds over 100 mph.Man accused in guitar killing of mom plans insanity defense
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.Trio receive lifetime achievement awards
Elaine Fischer has spent around 15,000 hours in 38 years volunteering for Great River Health Systems. She held over 13 positions, ranging from serving on boards, volunteering for special projects and working in gift shops and offices.
CENTURYLINK Bundles are available in Burlington, Iowa. You can now bundle your digital TV, high speed Internet and Home Phone services into one package, and enjoy great discounts and the convenience of just one monthly bill. CENTURYLINK offers residents of Burlington, Iowa the chance to save big while enjoying the latest digital home service technology. If you're in the market for Internet, TV and Phone and live in Burlington, you can take advantage of CENTURYLINK deals. Search and compare CENTURYLINK offers in Burlington and start saving on digital home services today. With CENTURYLINK TV, residents of Burlington, Iowa can access all the latest entertainment, including an extensive On Demand service with thousands of programming options. Catch up on reality TV shows, movie classics and all the latest family-friendly TV entertainment. CENTURYLINK Internet lets you surf and stream the way you want to. Residents of Burlington can enjoy buffer-free Internet access and even watch live TV. There are a number of high speed internet packages available. Plus, CENTURYLINK Internet is reliable and secure. CENTURYLINK Home Phone service is a great addition to CENTURYLINK TV and Internet bundles, allowing Burlington residents to talk more for less. What's more, CENTURYLINK Home Phone comes with unlimited nationwide text, a feature that saves you money on cell phone messaging. When you bundle all three digital home services, you enjoy bigger savings and all the benefits of CENTURYLINK TV, Internet and Phone.
CENTURYLINK High Speed Internet service is available in Burlington, Iowa. With CENTURYLINK Internet it's more affordable than ever before to stay connected, surf, stream and game without breaking the bank or worrying about Internet Security. Residents of Burlington, Iowa can sign up for CENTURYLINK Internet and enjoy fast speeds, big savings and the comfort of Internet Security software. What's more, CENTURYLINK High Speed Internet service enables Burlington residents to select the Internet Package that best suits their needs. Whether you and your family simply require a basic connection to surf the web and check email, or you like to stream, game and watch TV online, CENTURYLINK Internet service has the package for you. Plus, With the freedom to choose a great Internet package and the peace of mind of knowing that your connection is secure, CENTURYLINK Internet offers Burlington a great Internet product, for less.
Entertainment for less from CENTURYLINK TV is available in Burlington, Iowa. CENTURYLINK TV packages bring Burlington residents all the latest shows, sports and hit movies, directly to their own home. Gone are the days when you wait weeks if you miss an episode of your favorite series, or you can't find anything to watch - CENTURYLINK TV has a wide selection of programming for the whole family, as well as an extensive On Demand service with thousands of entertainment options. Whether you enjoy classics, reality TV, blockbuster movies or just want to keep your kids entertained, CENTURYLINK TV service has something for you. Residents of Burlington, Iowa can now pick the CENTURYLINK TV package that meets their entertainment needs, and enjoy advanced technology including TV apps, while saving.