In the October Issue...
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Bellingham teachers received training in what to do--and, equally important, not do--should a person with a gun show up their school. Read More
Lifelong Bellingham resident Don Eldredge ended 25 years of service to the town with his retirement from his maintenance position at Bellingham Public Library. Read More
Dean Bank celebrated the grand reopening of its Bellingham branch after extensive renovations placed it on the cutting-edge of concierge banking. Read More
The Bellingham Business Association's annual golf tournament once again went off without a hitch, raising money for the organization's annual scholarships. Read More
Bellingham's best-kept secret is the Bellingham Children's Theatre, even though it is now in it's 34th year, and stages a performance every year. Read More
Blackstone Valley Tech in Upton will celebrate its 50th anniversary in grand fashion on homecoming weekend with an Open House and evening Gala. Read More
Even though it rained intermittently, the fundraiser held by John Murray, owner of Chevy's Ice Cream, still raised an impressive amount--over $12,000--for the Dana Mancini family. Read More
Ken Hamwey reports on Bellingham resident Carl Malo's impressive sports record at Milford High in the 60s. Read More
Jackie Charest, the new cheerleading coach at BHS, stresses three key attributes for building a strong cheering team: dedication, confidence and athleticism Read More
The volunteer, non-partisan, grassroots organization Citizens for Milford will hold a Candidates' Forum on Thursday, Oct. 23, so that voters may meet the candidates and hear them debate. Read More
The Bellingham Pop Warner football league is striving to keep the game safe by adopting the new NFL-sponsored safety program, Heads Up. Read More
Check out everything that is going on at the Bellingham Library in October--guaranteed to be something for everyone! Read More
Read about all of the programs and events scheduled for Bellingham senior citizens in October and beyond--Lots of free and informative programming. Read More
Read more in our October issue...