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Lock Boxes Installed for Bellingham Seniors

By Pamela Johnson, May 29, 2015, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, MUNICIPAL, Seniors

On a Saturday in mid-May, members of the Bellingham Fire Department installed 22 lock boxes on senior citizens' homes to assist emergency services personnel in the event of an emergency.

Library Holds “Alphabits” Graduation

By Amy Bartelloni, May 29, 2015, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Schools

The Alphabits program is just one more example of the imagination and talent of Children's Librarian Steve Fowler. Check out the recent "graduation" ceremony.

May 17th Memorial Parade a Hit

By Pamela Johnson, May 29, 2015, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors

Traditionally, the town of Bellingham holds its Memorial Day festivities on the weekend before the actual holiday. Check out this gallery of photos by Pauline Hamwey.

New ATV a Welcome Addition to Police, Fire Departments

By Kenneth Hamwey, May 29, 2015, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Business, Schools, MUNICIPAL, Seniors

The Bellingham Police Dept. now has an ATV which enables them to respond to complaints of trespassing by off-road vehicles; the Fire Dept. can use it for rescues in remote areas.

Bellingham Public Library Looks at June

By Pamela Johnson, May 29, 2015, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Schools

June brings with it the kickoff of the annual Summer Reading Program at the Bellingham Public Library. Read all about those and other events & programs on the agenda.

COA Announces June Programs & Events

By Pamela Johnson, May 29, 2015, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, MUNICIPAL, Seniors

There are a multitude of programs and events to enjoy at the Bellingham Senior Center; some are free, others charge a nominal fee. Check out what's happening in June.

Mendon Promotes Rain Barrel Water Conservation Program

By Pamela Johnson, May 29, 2015, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today, Business, MUNICIPAL, Seniors

Water shortage is a growing global concern, but utilizing a barrel to collect rainwater can help irrigate both vegetable and flower gardens. They're available through the town of Mendon.

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