In the May 2016 Print Edition
The Bulletin has something for everyone—many things, actually—from press releases and photos submitted by various individuals and organizations in the community, to original articles from our contributing writers, to sports coverage by Ken Hamwey, to Selectmen and School Committee reports by Lynn Ulsh, and business features by Steve Chisholm.
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We encourage you to browse through the following highlights of the May issue, after which, you’ll see a newspaper icon that you can click on to open up the PDF file containing the May issue in its entirety. We hope you enjoy reading it.
95-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor Gerald Halterman will be the Grand Marshal for Bellingham’s 145th Memorial Day parade and ceremony on Sunday, May 22, at 1 pm. Read More »
The words "it's just a gas pipeline, not actual fracking [in Belingham] were meant to be reassuring, but do even a bit of research--you'll be horrified. Read More »
Alva (“Al”) L. Bourre of Bellingham has retired from his service as a member of the Board of Directors of Dean Bank. Mr. Bourre has held the position for 29 years, since 1987. Read More »
The April meeting of the Bellingham Business Association featured Town Administrator Denis Fraine and new Town Planner Jim Kupfer, who provided an update on what's going on in town. Read More »