In the March 2019 print editionFeb 28, 2019 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Let's hope the warm winter temperatures didn't disrupt the growth cycle of fruit trees and plants too much, so that we can enjoy all of the bounty that spring and summer usually brings. Better weather also encourages more activities, and we will try, as always, to keep you informed of what's going on in and around Bellingham, especially where it concerns the events celebrating the 300th Anniversary of the town.
We hope you enjoy the assortment of articles and information we've included in the March issue. In return for delivering the town newspaper to you free of charge, we ask only that you please remember to support the businesses that advertise in the Bellingham Bulletin. We do not charge a subscription fee; therefore, we could not afford to prepare, print and mail the Bulletin to you, nor post it online, free of charge each month without their advertising dollars. Even if you don’t end up buying, please mention that you saw their ad in the Bulletin. It lets them know that their ad is being noticed. You're probably sick of reading this after 24+ years, but it's more important now than ever, given the wide variety of platforms (web, TV, radio, social media, etc.) out there all vying for advertising dollars.
A meeting was held at the Bellingham VFW to begin preparations to host the replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, as part of the town’s 300th anniversary celebration. Read More »
Safety has always been a high priority at all five of Bellingham’s schools, but new life-saving technology installed last month takes school safety to a new level. Read More »
Check out the list of important dates regarding the 2019 annual town election and annual town meeting and the town election ballot. Read More »
Centerpoint Driving Academy, which is all about preparing its students for “the real world of driving experience,” was formed when two tennis buddies from way back got together; they open... Read More »
Kevin Grupposo didn’t coin the phrase “It’s better to give than to receive,” but he’s lived by that philosophy just about every day of his adult life. He's quick to roll up his sleeves... Read More »
The Bellingham High boys basketball team qualified for the Division 3 Central Sectional Tournament by defeating Holliston, 56-33, on January 22. Read More »