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Fleury Honored with BHS Wing Dedication

By Kenneth Hamwey, Jul 15, 2016, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Schools, MUNICIPAL

Retired Supt. of Schools Edward "Butch" Fleury was honored recently when a wing of Bellingham High School was named after him.

Studio B Dance Center Celebrates 1st Annual Showcase of Stars!

By Pamela Johnson, Jun 30, 2016, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Business, Schools

Studio B Dance Center, located in the Bellingham Marketplace, celebrated the end of their first year in business with their Showcase of Stars on May 21 at Millville Elementary School.

O’Donnell Promotes Protection Against Real Estate Fraud, Reports a Solid May

By Pamela Johnson, Jun 30, 2016, Categories: Community, Today, Business, MUNICIPAL, County+State

Continuing his efforts to protect homeowners against fraud, Register of Deeds William P. O’Donnell reminds residents about the availability of a free on-line Consumer Notification Service.

Plans Set for Bellingham's Annual July 4th Festivities

By Pamela Johnson, Jun 29, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

Bellingham will once again hold its Independence Day celebration on the 4th at the middle school on Blackstone St. New this year: music beginning at 5:30 pm. Fireworks as usual at 9:30.

BHS Performs at Fenway on Star Wars Nite

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

The Bellingham High School Band's, Eighth-Grade Band's and Color Guard's performance on Star Wars Night at Fenway Park on May 9 was a resounding success.

On Your Mark, Get Set, Read! Is Summer Reading Program Theme

By Pamela Johnson, Jun 30, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors

Once again, the Bellingham Public Library offers a summer reading program that will delight children and keep them reading during their break from school.

Corriveaus Are Role Models for Community Service

By Marjorie Turner Hollman, Jun 30, 2016, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Sports, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors, County+State

J. Eugene "Gene" Corriveau has been gone six years already, but his wife and adult children are still doing what they can to serve the community, just as Gene did for so many years.



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    07/26/2016
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    07/27/2016
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In the July 2016 print edition