Summer's in full swing! If you take any interesting photos on July 4, send them to us and we'll print the best one in the August issue of the Bulletin (and give you photo credit, of course).
Every year the BBA bestows its “Unsung Hero” Award on a dedicated individual who goes above and beyond in providing outstanding service to the Bellingham community--this year to Duke Farese.
J. Eugene "Gene" Corriveau has been gone six years already, but his wife and adult children are still doing what they can to serve the community, just as Gene did for so many years.
Cornerstone Family Chiropractic held their first annual “FoodRaiser” at Bellingham High in April to collect help stock the shelves at Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry for the summer months.
When Cindy McNulty gets involved with a cause, her passion is clear, bright-shining and intense. She was honored recently for her role in resurrecting the Bellingham Educational Foundation.
Once again, the Bellingham Public Library offers a summer reading program that will delight children and keep them reading during their break from school.
The Bellingham High School Band's, Eighth-Grade Band's and Color Guard's performance on Star Wars Night at Fenway Park on May 9 was a resounding success.
Summer is in full swing, but our July quiz has a 3-prong focus—on championships, coaches and competitors that made the spotlight shine on Bellingham in the fall, winter and spring seasons.