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In the November 2017 Print Edition

Oct 30, 2017 07:05AM ● By Pamela Johnson
The foliage has peaked and we're turning our clocks back (albeit a bit later than usual), so it must be November. We've included all of the usual monthly information from the Library and Senior Center, as well as feature articles from our writers. Below you'll find some highlighted articles from the November issue and further down, the digital PDF of the entire print edition.

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If you want to skip to the PDF file and read the entire print edition, simply scroll down below the highlights, and click in the center of the box containing the newspaper icon. (When you're done, press "Esc" to exit.)

Best Wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving Day on November 23! 

Special Town Meeting of Oct 11 2017

Proposed Wethersfield Sewer Expansion Fails to Pass - Oct 30, 2017 02:38PM

At Bellingham’s Oct. 11 Special Town Meeting, residents voted against moving forward with the proposed $7.5 million sewer expansion in Wethersfield... (meeting adjourned to Nov. 28). Read More » 

Stall Brook Principal Brenda Maurao

New Stall Brook Principal Aims to Empower Students - Oct 30, 2017 02:46PM

A quick glance at the interior of Stall Brook Elementary School reveals that Superman is alive and well and that his “S” logo is playing a role in empowering students in grades K through 3 Read More » 


Lowells Restaurant at the 2016 Taste of Bellingham

Public Invited to Sample Specialties from Local Eateries at BBA’s Annual “Taste of Bellingham” - Oct 30, 2017 02:55PM

The 10th annual Taste of Bellingham will be held this year on Nov. 8, 6—8 PM, in the showroom of F. W. Webb Bath Center, at 37 So. Maple Street. This event is open to the public. Read More »

2014 Baseball  Softball State Champs

10 Highlights for My 10th Anniversary at the Bulletin - Oct 30, 2017 03:06PM

During this month a decade ago, I joined the Bellingham Bulletin as its sports editor after a 35-year career at the Providence Journal. The 10 years at the Bulletin have passed quickly... Read More » 


Bulletin Sports Editor Ken Hamwey

Ken’s Quiz: Three Goalies Who Sizzled on Ice - Oct 30, 2017 07:00AM

Bellingham High has had its share of outstanding goaltenders in ice hockey. Try your luck at this true/false quiz that focuses on three of the Blackhawks’ all-time greats in goal. Read More » 


Bellingham Library Looks at November - Oct 30 2017 0700AM

Bellingham Library Looks at November - Oct 30, 2017 07:00AM

The library is offering the community a variety of programs for people of all ages under the “Enlighten Bellingham” program. Read about this and other upcoming events & programs... Read More » 


Bellingham Senior Center

Bellingham COA Announces November News and Events - Oct 30, 2017 07:00AM

November marks a time of giving thanks, not just on Thanksgiving Day but on Veterans Day as well. The Senior Center would like to thank all past & current members of our military... Read More » 




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