In the March 2016 Print Edition
Feb 29, 2016 06:00AM ● Published by Pamela Johnson
As I compiled the March issue of the Bellingham Bulletin, I was struck by the extremes I encountered: of good news (Plante wins a grammy) and the extremes of bad news (the deaths of two of our residents, one who had lived a full life and one who had barely begun adulthood). To the Plant family, we offer congratulations. To the families of Florence McLaughlin and Nick Penza, we offer our sincerest condolences.
As always there’s a lot to read in this issue of the Bulletin, so grab a cup of coffee or tea or Red Bull, whatever you beverage of choice may be and have a seat. Below are some highlights of this issue, or simply scroll down below them and click on the newspaper icon to jump right in to the PDF file of the March print edition. And, of course, enjoy!
Browse through the Bellingham Youth Basketball's photo gallery and see this year's league champs in the various age groups. Read More »
The community has come together to help with the medical expenses of school-lunch lady Marge Lunt who, with 2 part-time jobs, has no health insurance. Read More »
Bellingham High School seniors Kyle Krainski, Matt Brown, and Danny Perkins came up with an idea to get kids off cell phones during study class--help out a teacher. Read More »
Charles River Bank President & CEO Jack Hamilton and Asst. Vice President/Bellingham Branch Officer Michael Tuite recently presented a $1,000 donation to the Bellingham Senior Center. Read More »
Lizzie Bernardini shares her thoughts and feelings on the death of her friend and classmate Nick Penza. Read More »
Networking is one of the important functions of the Bellingham Business Association and one meeting per year is devoted solely to that activity. This year, 140 Pub N Club was the locale. Read More »
WMRC's “You Touched Upon My Life,” Award was named for the signature song of Butch Moore, a man who touched the lives of many around him with his music, smile, generosity and big heart. Read More »
On Friday, January 29, the Bellingham Public Library opened its doors after hours for the 3rd annual Cartwheel Book Awards, a yearly highlight for young readers. Read More »
BHS seniors Ryan Venini & Dylan Boucher got a head start on their career vocation when they became the first interns to complete a 10-week program with the Bellingham Fire Department. Read More »
73-year-old MacLaughlin, who died on Feb. 7 after a two-month illness, will be sorely missed at town hall. Town clerk Ann Odabashian called her assistant “the lifeline of this office.” Read More »
In celebrating its 100th anniversary, Charles River Bank placed wind chimes around town and donated $25 to the town's library for each correctly reported wind-chime location. Read More »