On April 3, 2018, at the Bellingham Library, representatives from a number of local banks and financial institutions presented a panel discussion on Selecting Your Financial Team.
Financial Fitne$$ for Everyone: Setting and Meeting Your 2018 Financial Goals—To assist Bellingham families in setting and meeting two new financial goals for 2018, the library will offer...
“Awareness” is the key point in budgeting, according to Steve Taylor, CFP, of Colt Financial, LLC. Taylor presented a seminar on the topic on March 12 at the Bellingham Public Library.
Professionals from several local financial businesses were at the Bellingham Library on Monday, January 29, for an open-house kick-off of the library’s Financial Fitness for Everyone grant.
“Open for Business” was the name of the February 5 roundtable discussion hosted by the town of Bellingham and the MAPC to discuss how the town can better support and grow local businesses.
State Rep. Kevin Kuros will host the 2nd Annual “Share-The-Love” Veteran’s Inc. collection drive Feb. 1--28. Vets are in need of clothing, personal hygiene products, footwear and bedding.
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.
This summer’s reading theme is “Build a Better World.” Upcoming events include a Community Science Fair, Tall Ships & Pirate Tales and more. Here's your detailed listing of events.
The Eighth Annual Massachusetts Walking Tour, founded by songwriting duo Mark Mandeville & Raianne Richards, will be coming to the Blackstone Valley, specifically to Bellingham on June 22.
Bellingham residents Marjorie Turner Hollman and Amy Bartelloni have launched a writers group that meets at the Bellingham Library on the second Monday of the month at 6:30 pm