In the October 2015 Print Edition
Oct 01, 2015 06:00AM ● Published by Pamela Johnson
In Bellingham, fall sports are in full swing, as Ken Hamway writes about in his Sports Spotlight. The new police station had its grand opening, and we’ve got a photo from that event, as well as some additional photos here on the website.
We’ve also included in the October issue an article explaining exactly how we go about deciding what makes it into our print edition. Because we can only print as many pages as we have advertising to support, and generally have more information than we have space to include, we developed, a long time ago, a system of prioritization which we continually refine. So if you’ve ever wondered why something that you submitted did not make it into print, read the article on page 2 of the October issue and you’ll understand—that is, assuming it wasn’t just human error, which we are guilty of, from time to time.
Following are some highlights from the October 2015 issue. (To view a PDF of the October print edition, scroll down and click on the newspaper icon.) Have a Happy Autumn!
There’s little doubt that the BHS guidance department is unsung. They’re in the trenches, laboring to assist youths to find their niche and overcome any roadblocks to academic success. Read More »
Charles River Bank supports the community in numerous ways, inluding generous donations to worthwhile causes, such as the Medway High School football & cheerleader booster club. Read More »
Anthony Vizakis may not be a household name, but the Bellingham native is becoming a highly respected football coach, and he points to Bellingham as a key source for his successful rise Read More »
Ken Hamwey has written extensively on the new Bellingham police station, so we decided to let the pictures tell the story. Check out the photo gallery of the Open House/Ribbon Cutting. Read More »
Mount Saint Charles in Woonsocket opens the 2015-2016 school year with a newly added sixth-grade class and a wonderful outdoor classroom. Read More »
Next Generation Children's Centers partners with local families to engage children in core concepts for the growth and development of the whole child. Read More »
To successfully drop those excess pounds, 46 year-old Tom McAullife knew he needed a defined weight loss program. He was familiar with N.E. Fat Loss, so he and his wife joined in Hopkinton. Read More »
Do you find yourself in a situation where you have an entire house to cleanout and don't know where to begin? First step: Call House Cleanouts! Read More »