In the November 2015 Print EditionOct 29, 2015 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Take a few minutes to look at the following articles. Or you can scroll to the bottom and click on the newspaper icon to view a PDF of the latest (November) issue.
This Bellingham family to star in internet Walmart & Mobil commercial. The Bernardinis were shadowed by a film crew during race weekend in Loudon, NH. Read More »
Field hockey at Bellingham High was once on a par with all of the state’s powerful squads. Try your hand at this quiz that focuses on BHS’s ultra-successful field hockey days in the mid-80s. Read More »
Cultural Council Presents Fashions of the Downton Abbey Era at the Bellingham Senior Center - Oct 30, 2015 06:00AM
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. Read More »
The Bellingham Business Association recently recognized contributions to the local community made by three nonprofit organizations: Touchdown Boosters, YMCA & Wrentham Ctr. Christmas Party. Read More »
On September 28, the Bellingham Public Library welcomed musician Alida Santandrea, who presented a Native American flute program. Read More »
Megan Cook is a three-sport competitor at BHS as well as a top-notch student, ranking #4 in her class. Read More »
Every year, Stall Brook School participates in "Safe Walks to School" whereby parents and students walk to school together on designated days. Read More »
The Bellingham Blaze went undefeated, beating Franklin 9–0 in the quarterfinals, Hopedale 4–2 in the semifinals, and then besting Nipmuc 8–0 to win the Fall Ball League Championship. Read More »
Weighing 250 pounds and entering a potentially harmful pre-diabetic stage, Paul Baldassari needed the key that would help improve his overall health. The answer came with N.E. Fat Loss. Read More »
There's still lots more to read in the November issue. Click on the newspaper icon below to view the PDF.