In the February 2020 print edition
Jan 30, 2020 06:00AM
● By Pamela Johnson
We've got lots of news and information, as well as some pretty cool ideas for Valentine's Day and school vacation week. Take some time to browse through either the print issue or digital edition below.
As always, we try to deliver a balanced blend of feature articles, sports reporting and press releases from local organizations and businesses, along with the advertising that, as a non-subscription publication, is so crucial to our continued success.
Without sufficient advertisers, we’d either have to start charging a subscription fee (and lose our "every door direct mail" appeal), or stop mailing the paper directly to every home and business, and resort solely to distribution locations where you could pick up the Bulletin--so much more convenient to just carry it from your mailbox into your house with the rest of your mail.
Of course, the best way to help us retain advertisers is to patronize these businesses as often as possible; even if you don't end up buying anything, please let them know that you saw their ad in the Bellingham Bulletin. You could also suggest to businesses that do not already advertise with us that perhaps they should--every referral helps.
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Despite making it to the State Championship at Worcester State by placing third, the Bellingham High cheerleading team failed to make the nationals, placing 7th with a score of 75.9. Read More »
The “Welcome to Bellingham” sign on Hartford Avenue looked pretty weatherworn and in need of some TLC, which BSA Troop 1's Andrew McMillen supplied as part of his Eagle scout project. Read More »
On Sunday, Feb. 9, Bellingham's Jeff Scornavacca will hold a fundraiser for Musicians On Call at CraftRoots Brewing in Milford, 5-8 pm, with live music from Agona Hardison and David Penza. Read More »
A group of people meet at the Senior Center on Tuesdays at 1:30 pm, to listen to a college-level lecture about various topics, followed by a discussion. Current session: the Vikings. Read More »
The Supportive Day Program at the Bellingham Senior Center is designed to promote and enhance physical, social and cognitive skills. It is suitable for those who are memory impaired... Read More »
Dial-A-Ride is a service provided by the Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority (GATRA), and it is available in 28 area cities and towns, including Bellingham. Read More »
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