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In the November 2014 Issue...

Oct 31, 2014 06:00AM ● Published by Pamela Johnson

The crispness to the air and frost in the morning lets us know beyond any doubt that fall is here, just as does turning the clocks back an hour, and that winter is just around the corner.  November brings with it the usual planning for Thanksgiving and the beginning of holiday shopping--or at least thinking about holiday shopping, if not the actual venturing out to do so on the now infamous "Black Friday." Please be sure to do business with our advertisers as often as possible this holiday season.  They are, after all, the means by which we are able to produce the Bulletin each month and mail it to you free of charge.  Without advertisers, there is no Bellingham Bulletin.

We have another great issue for you to peruse either online or in print if you are a Bellingham resident or business owner, since, according to the Bellingham Post Office, the Bulletin will have been mailed out to every home and business on October 31.  (Hope you had a safe, fun Halloween, by the way.  Be sure to check out the article and photos on the annual Pumpkin Stroll.  Too late to include in the print edition, the photos and article are perfect for posting separately on the Bulletin website.)

So browse through the following articles, or scroll below and click on the newspaper icon to access the online PDF of our latest issue.  (Looking for older issues?  Click on "ARCHIVES" above...)  Have a wonderful November and a happy Thanksgiving!

Police Chief Gerard L Daigle Jr and Selectman Mike Soter

New Police Station on Target for June Opening - Oct 31, 2014 07:00AM

The Bellingham Police Department has waited patiently while other town facilities were built, but now they're on schedule to have a brand-new police station by June 2015. Read More » 

 

Pauline Krajcik and Ann Odabashian sell raffle tickets

Bellingham Library Marks 120 Years of Service - Oct 31, 2014 07:00AM

Since 1894, the Bellingham Public Library has been serving residents of the town. In celebration of its 120th anniversary, the library held a wine & cheese tasting/fundraiser. Read More » 

 

Catherine Mazuroski displays her painting

“Something for Grownups” Features Paint Nite at Bellingham Library - Oct 31, 2014 07:00AM

There's plenty of programming for children and young adults at the Bellingham Library. Now, they've started programming "Somthing for Adults" the first of which was Paint Nite. Read More » 

 

Shown at last years program L-R are Brandon Perella Gordon Curtis and James Wood

Vets to Be Honored at Bellingham Library Program on Nov. 9 - Oct 31, 2014 07:00AM

Be sure to attend the Library's annual Veterans Day program; donations of toiletries and other items to be donated to a shelter for homeless veterans are requested. Read More » 

 

Lt Chris Mach Smokey the Bear and Chief Steven Gentile at the annual Open House

Fire Department Holds Annual Open House - Oct 31, 2014 07:13PM

Coinciding with Fire Prevention Week, the Bellingham Fire Department's Open House is held each year, not only to highlight fire prevention, but to show taxpayers what their money pays for. Read More » 

 

Shown at the recent Bellingham History presentation L-R Bill Eltzroth  Pauline Gaudini Mary Gregoire Diana Crooks  and speaker Marcia Crooks

Bellingham History Series Continues at Senior Center - Oct 31, 2014 06:47AM

Historian Marcia Crooks continues her monthly series of lectures on the history of Bellingham, showing artifacts and photos, discussing what life was like in days gone by. Read More » 

 

Shown L-R are BBA President John Orthman Suzanne Ranieri Loaves  Fishes Director Laura Salany and Susan Nichols from the Metrowest Visitors Bureau

October BBA Meeting Focuses on Area Non-Profits - Oct 31, 2014 06:54AM

Each year, the Bellingham Business Association focuses one of their monthly meetings on area non-profit organizations in order to bring them to the attention of local businesses. Read More » 

 

FNC owner Ernie Pelletier displays on of his early favorites the graphic novel

Origin of Super Readers Discussed by Owner of Friendly Neighborhood Comics - Oct 31, 2014 07:00AM

Friendly Neighborhood Comics owner and Bellingham native Ernie Pelletier discusses what he believes can spark your child's interest in reading. Read More » 

Sue Ranieri with a guest at the 2013 party

Wrentham Developmental Center Christmas Party Set for Dec. 5 - Oct 31, 2014 06:26AM

An eye-opening experience is what local youth have when they volunteer to help those less fortunate at a Christmas Party for residents of Wrentham Developmental Center. Read More »

Millville Selectmen Chair Roland P Barrett Selectmen Vice Chair Joseph G Rapoza Finance Comm Chair Richard Crivello Selectman John Laura and Finance Comm member Brooks Herrick help out with the painting

BVT Draws Scaled-Down Debt-Free Plan for New Program - Oct 29, 2014 11:29AM

After getting numerous thumbs-down at area Town Meetings, Valley Tech went back to the drawing board and came up with a plan to add an Engineering Tech program without going into debt. Read More » 

Selectmen Updated on Police Station, ByLaw Reviews, EDC Revival - Oct 31, 2014 07:00AM

Selectmen received updates on the police station progress, the AG's review of residency requirement, and request for a revival of the Economic Development Committee.Read More » 

Library News & Events Announced for November 2014 - Oct 31, 2014 06:35AM

Every month the Bellingham Public Library offers dynamic programming and events, and November is no exception. Here's the roundup of November news! Read More » 

 

Bellingham COA Announces November News & Events - Oct 31, 2014 06:39AM

Check out this compilation of events and activities scheduled in November at the senior center, as well as upcoming trips and programs. Read More » 

Committee Votes to Charge for Busing, Close Keogh Building - Oct 31, 2014 05:43AM

Bellingham has added itself to the list of communities now charging parents a fee for busing their children to school (read the details here); Keough Administration Building to close. Read More » 


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