In the February 2018 print editionJan 29, 2018 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
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Here are some highlights from the latest issue. You can scroll below them and click on the newspaper icon to open up the PDF file of the complete February 2018 print edition.
2018 is going to be a busy year, with several elections, special ballot questions and three scheduled town meetings. For further information regarding dates and deadlines Read More »
For the dozen or so Bellingham High School students who participate in the Robotics Club, the experience goes well beyond assembling robot parts, writing computer code and attaching wires. Read More »
Fifty or so local residents, including town officials and board members, met at Bellingham Library with members of the MAPC to discuss economic development visioning for Bellingham. Read More »
t was the luck of winter: a freezing, windy, snow-covered day, but people came bearing their wedding photos, wedding gowns and charming stories that warmed the heart. Sponsored by the BCC... Read More »
It wasn’t the weather, so perhaps it was just too soon after the holidays; whatever the reason, the Jan. 10 meeting of the Bellingham Business Association (BBA) was sparsely attended. Read More »
BHS Volleyball player Maddie Mantegani was nominated and selected as the MaxPreps Athlete of the Month for January; Varsity tackle Josh Jones won the MVP Award at the Blackhawks' banquet... Read More »
Charles River Bank has announced the addition of Sean Coyle as Asst. Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer. In this position, Coyle develops new/expands existing relationships with CRB’s... Read More »
Did you know that you have an obligation to use “Reasonable Care” in protecting your home and property? Reasonable Care language in your homeowner policy can trigger a denial of coverage... Read More »
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