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Senators Take Action on Bills to Protect Public

Establishing penalties for Fentanyl drug trafficking is just one of the issues our state senators focused on during this legislative session. Read summary here.

Fattman Joins Colleagues to Require PARCC Evaluation

Before adopting Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) testing, the state senate is requiring that a feasibility study be done.

Gifts That Give Back

This holiday season, shoppers can put children first by purchasing gifts that help save and protect children around the world.

Rep. Kuros Releases Update from the Hill

State Representative Kevin Kuros has released a summary of what the state House of Reps. has worked on and actually accomplished at the end of the yearly sessions.

Ranieris Gearing Up for Annual Wrentham Developmental Center Christmas Party

The caring and heartwarming relationships that develop at this Christmas party between the youth volunteers and their mentally/physically handicapped guests are the real story here.

Sewer Rates to Increase 20%; Public Hearing Set for Nov. 16

A proposed 20% increase in sewer rate will be discussed at a public hearing slated for Nov. 16, 7:15 PM, in the Municipal Center's Arcand meeting room of the Read the details here.

In the November 2015 Print Edition

Take a look at the November 2015 issue--it's crammed with useful information, and upcoming holiday craft fair & event listings.

Library Hosts Native American Flute Program

On September 28, the Bellingham Public Library welcomed musician Alida Santandrea, who presented a Native American flute program.

BBA Recognizes Community’s Nonprofit Organizations

The Bellingham Business Association recently recognized contributions to the local community made by three nonprofit organizations: Touchdown Boosters, YMCA & Wrentham Ctr. Christmas Party.

Cultural Council Presents Fashions of the Downton Abbey Era at the Bellingham Senior Center

Senior citizens and volunteers were treated recently to a fashion show based on the fashions of the Downton Abbey era, courtesy of Linda Trudeau of the Bellingham Cultural Council.



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