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In the September 2016 Print Edition

By Pamela Johnson, Aug 30, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

The kids have gone back to school, and the September calendar of events is as full as the August one was sparse. Read all about it in the latest issue of the Bellingham Bulletin.

Norfolk County Shows Unexpected Real Estate Results for July

By Pamela Johnson, Aug 24, 2016, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Business, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

Running counter to recent reports of robust real estate activity in the state, Norfolk County showed reduced levels of real estate sales and mortgage financing for the month of July.

Blackstone Valley Tech Holds Barbeque to Welcome New Students & Families

By Pamela Johnson, Aug 24, 2016, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Schools

It was the first taste of life at Blackstone Valley Tech--literally and figuratively--for the Class of 2020 at the annual freshmen and new student cookout held on Thursday, Aug. 18.

Circle of Friends Coffeehouse Kicks of 27th Season with Garnet Rogers

By Pamela Johnson, Aug 24, 2016, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Today

The Circle of Friends Coffeehouse, a non-profit group affiliated with Franklin's First Universalist Society, begins its 27th season on Saturday, Sept. 10, with Canadian singer Garnet Rogers.

BBA Golf Tourney Set for Sept. 12

By Pamela Johnson, Jul 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors

If you’re a golfer who also likes to help the community, then you’ll be interested to know that the Bellingham Business Association will hold its annual golf tourney fundraiser on Sept. 12.

In the August 2016 print edition

By Pamela Johnson, Jul 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

August is a time when most people transition from planning which beach or campground they’re going to visit to thinking about back-to-school stuff, so read the August issue of the Bulletin.

Hurricane Preparedness Advice for Bellingham Residents

By Kenneth Hamwey, Jul 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

The arrival of August should make Bellingham residents aware that hurricane season is in full swing, and Mark Poirier is the go-to guy when and if emergency preparedness is a priority.



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