In the April 2018 print editionMar 29, 2018 08:36AM ● By Pamela Johnson
And I know you're sick of hearing it, but It's again time for the monthly reminder to please let our advertisers know that you saw their ads in the Bulletin and to do business with them as often as possible. Since we do not charge a subscription fee, it would be impossible for us to produce the Bellingham Bulletin and mail it directly into your home or business or even post it online every month without a whole lot of advertisers.
Below are some highlights of the April issue. If you'd like to view the PDF file in its entirety, scroll down and click on center of the newspaper icon.
Bellingham High’s Josh Jones has all the attributes to excel in athletics and academics at the collegiate level. Of 4 colleges, the MVP and Defensive Player of the Year has chose Nichols... Read More »
“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. Read More »
The winter moth is an invasive species that is now a major problem in Massachusetts. Infestation is expected to be even worse this year than in previous ones. Here's how to avoid devastation Read More »
One of the most misunderstood parts of the Internal Revenue Code is that of filing for an extension of your personal income tax return. The code is very clear, but the misunderstandings Read More »
StreamlineHD provides clients with TV commercials, event videos, training videos, documentaries, music videos, business profile videos, go-fund-me campaigns, and more. In addition to video Read More »
“We treat the person, not the problem.” It is with this attitude that Paul Gerst and Cindy Meeske come to work every day. Gerst is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Natural Health Practitioner... Read More »
I’d love to have a nickel for every time a client told me we were insuring their house for more than it was worth, and most of them were probably right. The problem is that your homeowner... Read More »
In the April 2018 print edition