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Museum of Work & Culture Continues its Free Lecture Series

On February 11, documentary filmmaker Joseph Lyons will screen his latest film chronicling the industrial history of the Blackstone Valley by cycling through its historic sites...

Sen. Fattman Files College Cost Transparency Legislation

In an effort to make known the full costs of attending a college in the state university system, Senator Ryan C. Fattman filed legislation that would provide students with information about

The Center for Weight Loss Surgery at MRMC Achieves New Designation

The Center for Weight Loss Surgery at MRMC has met all national quality standards required in order to be elevated from a Low Acuity designation to that of a Comprehensive Center.

Valley Tech Students from Bellingham Students Participate in Robotics Club

Members of Blackstone Valley Tech’s robotics club are diligently preparing to compete in and pursue a spot at the international competitions of two robotics competition series.

National Park Service Offers Oral History Skills Workshop in Hopedale

On a cold January evening, almost two dozen area residents gathered at the Little Red Shop in Hopedale to hear Joshua Bell, a National Park Service ranger, talk about oral histories...

Ken’s Quiz: Ice Hockey Success Came Early

The high school ice hockey season is in full swing, so what better time to reflect on Bellingham’s tradition in the sport. We’ll focus on some of the sport's great players and coaches...

Short Hike Ends with Homemade Picture Book

Thirty eager participants met at the River Bend Visitor Center in Uxbridge to join park staff and special guest Marjorie Turner Hollman and enjoy a nature discovery walk and book project.

Mantegani Named Athlete of the Month for January

At a ceremony at Bellingham High School, student Maddie Mantegani was honored as the MaxPreps Semper Fidelis Athlete of the Month for January. Read more in Ken's Feb. Sports Spotlight.

Town Seeking Residents Input on Development at Jan. 18 Mtg.

Officials are asking for information about what residents would change to stimulate Bellingham’s economy, and input for an economic development plan. A meeting is set for Jan. 18, 6-9 pm.

Santa Caused So Many Claims!

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!



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