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In the December 2018 print edition

Nov 29, 2018 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Happy Holidays!  We know it's a really busy time of the year, but don't forget to take a minute and check out the December issue of the Bellingham Bulletin.  Read about the zoning approved--and defeated--at the Nov. 14 Special Town Meeting and lot more.

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Below are some highlights from our December print edition. To view the entire issue, scroll down and click in the center of the box containing the newspaper.

Rezoning a Hot Topic at Bellinghams November 14 Town Meeting

Rezoning a Hot Topic at Bellingham's November 14 Town Meeting

Rezoning was a big issue at the Nov. 14 Town Meeting. While budget articles totaling over $3 million passed with relatively little discussion, rezoning brought things to a screeching halt. Read More » 


Senior Youth Services Librarian Steve Fowler drops an egg from the top of a 5-foot stepladder

Egg-Drop Challenge a Smashing Success

On Nov. 1, Bellingham Library hosted an egg-drop challenge, in which participants could create designs to protect their eggs from withstanding drops from 5 feet or even higher. Read More » 


Bellingham High Celebrates National Honor Society Inductees

Bellingham High Celebrates National Honor Society Inductees

Families and school administration gathered on November 1 at Bellingham High to celebrate the seven seniors and forty-six juniors inducted into the National Honor Society Read More » 


Cross-Country roster includes L-R Aiden Campellone Brandon Gillcrist Dan Kurczy Ethan Carr Cameron Hasselbaum Brandon Williams Coach Peter Lacasse Michael Reissfelder Benjamin Youkilis William Desrosiers  Missing Philip Jones

Sports Spotlight: BHS Cross-Country Team Wins 2nd Straight Division 6 Title

The Bellingham High boys cross-country team won its second consecutive Div. 6 championship on Nov. 10. The Blackhawks, with 49 points, breezed to victory over Cohasset-Hull, with 86 points. Read More » 


In front of Pomodoros saladsoupbread bar are  from leftJill Savini-Moylan Chef Alexander Golia  and Gina Savini

Business Spotlight: Pomodoro Is a Jewel in Nearby Woonsocket, RI

Previously operated under the name Savini’s, the restaurant catered to blue-collar workers in the Bellingham-Blackstone-Woonsocket area. Now, as Pomodoro, it has a much broader reach. Read More » 


In the December 2018 print edition




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