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In the Nov. 2016 issue

Oct 28, 2016 06:00AM ● Published by Pamela Johnson

Besides Thanksgiving, November also brings with it the end of Daylight Savings Time, so on Nov. 6, all clocks are set back one hour, which means it gets darker even earlier (something I personally never look forward to).  The good news is that next month, Dec. 21—the day first day of winter—is the shortest day of the year and after that the days will start to get longer again. Yay!

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Fire Chief Steve Gentile and Police Chief Gerry Daigle Jr

Tourney, Tour & Taste: BBA Year Is Off to a Great Start - Oct 28, 2016 06:00AM

The Bellingham Business Association is kicking off its new membership year with its annual golf tourney, police station tour, and upcoming Taste of Bellingham event. Read More » 

Bellingham Fire Department SAFE Coordinator Brad Kwatcher

There IS Help Available for Hoarders - Oct 28, 2016 06:00AM

BFD SAFE coordinator Brad Kwatcher told senior citizens recently that hoarding and clutter can be a dangerous problem, but steps can be taken to identify and help those at risk. Read More » 

Bellngham Bulletin Sports Editor Ken Hamwey

Ken’s Quiz: Field Hockey’s Golden Days - Oct 28, 2016 06:00AM

Bellingham High’s current field hockey team has shown improvement, and that’s a big plus because it would be dynamic if the program could recapture some of its glorious past. Read More » 

Bellingham Senior Center

November News & Programs for Seniors Announced - Oct 25, 2016 11:30AM

Learning how to prevent scams, fraud and abuse is just one of the programs offered at the Bellingham Senior Center in November, and there are plenty more listed here. Read More » 

 
Library Announces November Programming - Oct 28 2016 0600AM

Library Announces November Programming - Oct 28, 2016 06:00AM

The library is closed on Friday, Nov. 11, for Veterans Day; it will close at 1 pm on Wed., Nov. 23, and remain closed on Thanksgiving. There is plenty of stuff to do the rest of the month. Read More »

Digital Edition, November 2016

Sports, County+State, In Print, Business, Municipal, Seniors, Life+Leisure, Today, Community, Schools In the Nov. 2016 issue

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