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Local Residents & Community Leaders Take White House Tour

By Pamela Johnson, Dec 01, 2014, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Schools

Bellingham's Jeanne Sheridan was part of a group from the Hockomock YMCA's Healthy Initiative program that was invited to tour the White House's kitchen gardens.

Schreffler to Be Honored at Bellingham Concert

By Steven Chisholm, Dec 01, 2014, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Schools

Harry Schreffler's 25 years of service with the Bellingham music dept. are being recognized with the naming Harry G Schreffler Fine Arts Wing at BHS during the Dec. 11 Winter Concert.

Hard-Hitting Program Teaches Students Consequences of Distracted Driving

By Pamela Johnson, Dec 01, 2014, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Schools, Municipal

"Pull over to the side of the road to return a phone call or text" was the message to BHS students at a recent distracted driving awareness program.

BWOT Santa’s Elves Committee Sets Up Toy Collection Sites

By Pamela Johnson, Nov 28, 2014, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Business, Schools, Municipal, Seniors

Boxes have been placed around Bellingham to collect toys (through Dec. 16) for the Bellingham Women of Today's annual toy drive.

New Police Station on Target for June Opening

By Kenneth Hamwey, Oct 31, 2014, Categories: In Print, Community, Business, Municipal, Seniors

The Bellingham Police Department has waited patiently while other town facilities were built, but now they're on schedule to have a brand-new police station by June 2015.

Fire Department Holds Annual Open House

By Amy Bartelloni, Oct 31, 2014, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Business, Municipal, Seniors

Coinciding with Fire Prevention Week, the Bellingham Fire Department's Open House is held each year, not only to highlight fire prevention, but to show taxpayers what their money pays for.

Ashland Farmers Market to Hold Thanksgiving Holiday Market, Nov. 22

By Pamela Johnson, Nov 17, 2014, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Schools, Seniors

Though most farmers' markets have ended, the Ashland Farmers' Market provides an opportunity to buy fresh seasonal veggies and even holiday gifts; best of all--its indoors!

Tognocci's "Shaded Glitch" to perform at The Middle East on Nov. 19

By Pamela Johnson, Oct 30, 2014, Categories: Community, Life+Leisure, Schools

Opening for Neon Hitch, Bellingham's 21-year-old Dillon Tognocci, aka Shaded Glitch, will perform at The Middle East, a nighclub and bar in Cambridge. Check him out!

Wrentham Developmental Center Christmas Party Set for Dec. 5

By Pamela Johnson, Oct 31, 2014, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Business, Schools, Seniors

An eye-opening experience is what local youth have when they volunteer to help those less fortunate at a Christmas Party for residents of Wrentham Developmental Center.

“Something for Grownups” Features Paint Nite at Bellingham Library

By Marjorie Turner Hollman, Oct 31, 2014, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Schools, Seniors

There's plenty of programming for children and young adults at the Bellingham Library. Now, they've started programming "Somthing for Adults" the first of which was Paint Nite.



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