In the June 2016 Print Edition
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Below are some of the highlights. (To view the PDF file of the entire issue, scroll to the bottom and click on the newspaper icon.)
Renovations to create a Teen Room have been on the list of library needs for many years, but the project came to fruition on May 12, when the Library held a grand opening of the new room. Read More »
The Grand Marshal of Bellingham's 145th Memorial Parade was 95-year-old Gerald Halterman, a Pearl Harbor survivor who transmitted the first radio message about the attack on Pearl Harbor. Read More »
Rep. Kevin Kuros responded to a letter he received from Bellingham High students expressing concern about opioid addiction by taking time to visit the school and talk to them.
Thanks to Lt. Chris Mach and SADD advisor Melissa Newman, Bellingham High students and volunteers put on a mock accident for the senior class to highlight the danger of drinking & driving. Read More »
Kevin O’Keefe’s One-Man Circus in-a-Suitcase is an enthralling, whimsical celebration of the imagination that will kickoff the Bellingham Public Library’s Summer Reading Program. Read More »
Michael Carr and public service are a dynamic partnership. Carr, who’s lived in Bellingham for the last 15 years, is now Town Moderator and completing his last year on the school committee. Read More »
Not every student has the opportunity to write their own play and see it performed on stage, but thanks to the support of the Bellingham High drama program, 3 BHS students did just that. Read More »
For the second consecutive year, the Paul J. Primavera Jr./Sr. High School was the recipient of the Blackstone Valley Superintendents’ Consortium Promising Practices Award Read More »
A ceremony was held on April 29 to honor the late Florence MacLaughlin, who served Bellingham for 30 years as Assistant Town Clerk. A bench was dedicated in her memory. Read More »
Changing the A.D. position from part time to full eliminates current A.D. Dennis Baker from the position and will cost taxpayers somewhere around $30,000 more per year. Read More »