In the January 2018 print edition
Jan 02, 2018 11:02AM
● By Pamela Johnson
We are happy to continue bringing the Bellingham Bulletin to you free of charge each month. As you probably know, because we don't charge a subscription, we rely on our advertisers to fund the publication. There are so many advertising choices now though, between print, online, TV, radio, etc., that companies have to spread their dollars thinner than ever, so it's more important than ever to let our Bulletin advertisers know that you've seen their ad here--and more importantly, to do business with them whenever you can. It doesn't just pay the Bulletin's bills--it boosts the local economy and helps local organizations.
Below are a couple of highlights from the January 2018 issue, or you can view the print edition in its entirety by scrolling down and clicking on the newspaper icon. Happy reading!
Nearly 200 students crowded into the auditorium of the Bellingham Middle School (BMS) recently to hear a 50-minute lecture from Holocaust survivor Janet Applefield. Read More »
Area veterans have a new way to get support, perhaps something they haven’t even realized they needed. “Lutz Buddy Up Bellingham” is set to launch this month... Read More »
Fire safety officials have noticed that in the same time period where children's deaths by fire have decreased, fire deaths of seniors has increased, especially during the winter heating... Read More »
The Boston Post Cane concept was launched back in 1909. The idea was to award a gold-tipped cane to the oldest member of each community, and each town in New England was given one... Read More »
Take a look at our at-a-glance listing of January news and events, or view the PDF of the January Bellingham COA newsletter in its entirety. Read More »
Take a look at what's coming up in January at the Bellingham Public Library. Read More »
Santa Claus came to town and caused a mess for our customers. Clients called because of reindeer hoof-print damage and roof damage caused by the big man’s sleigh--and even missing cookies! Read More »