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In the October 2019 Print Edition

Sep 30, 2019 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
With October comes the fall season, including beautiful foliage, harvest festivals, craft fairs, and, of course, Halloween. As usual, we've got lots of information and articles in this issue of the Bellingham Bulletin

In addition to saying "September" on the front page instead of "October," there were a couple of other problems as well, so let's get them on the table:

- An important article on the Bellingham Cultural Council's October 15th grant application deadline was inadvertently omitted; we have included it in our digital edition below (see "Bellingham Cultural Council Announces Oct. 15 Grant Applications Deadline" on page 20).

- Some copy is missing from our front page article "Moving Opening Ceremony Kicks Off 'The Wall That Heals' Visit to Bellingham" (between page 1 and the runover on pg. 22),  The missing content has also been incorporated into the digital edition below.

- The Robin's Nest will hold its annual Fall Festival Psychic Fair and Vendor Market on Nov. 9 from 10am to 4 pm, and would have promoted it in the October print edition.  You'll find that as a separate article at this website and in the November print edition.

We apologize for these oversights. Human nature being as imperfect as it is, even after 25 years of fine-tuning the process, things still slip through the cracks on rare occasions (but never multiple items in same issue before!).

Below are some highlights of this month's print edition. Or you can scroll directly down and click on the newspaper icon to bring up the digital edition.

Bob Botelho of Sherborn US Army Veteran watches Mike Soter

Moving Opening Ceremony Kicks Off “The Wall That Heals” Visit to Bellingham

Residents of Bellingham and nearby towns gathered for a beautiful opening ceremony to honor veterans & pay homage to lives lost at the black granite Wall, engraved with names of 58,276... Read More » 

Boston 25s Elizabeth Hopkins interviews Bellinghams Briar Rose photo by Jen Russo

Bellingham Highlighted on a Recent Boston 25 Zip Trip

Though the day dawned overcast with showers, the weather did not stop the crowds from turning out when Fox 25 News came to Bellingham for their infamous Zip Trips segment. Read More » 

Beau Starrett Heads to Rookie Camp for the Edmonton Oilers

Beau Starrett Heads to Rookie Camp for the Edmonton Oilers

As the 2019-20 NHL season nears, young players around the league head into rookie camp striving to impress. One such player is Bellingham’s own Beau Starrett. Over the summer, 24-yr-old... Read More » 


Is This House Haunted

Is This House Haunted?

While MA Realtors are obligated to disclose just about everything you can think of, they are not obligated to disclose properties that have been the site of a murder, suicide, or a haunting. Read More » 


Santos Named Interim Head Football Coach at UNH

Santos Named Interim Head Football Coach at UNH

Former Bellingham High and UNH Hall of Fame quarterback Rick Santos was named the Wildcats’ interim head coach on Aug. 26, when the school announced that Sean McDonnell was taking... Read More » 


Mount St Charles Academy President Alan Tenreiro

Mount Saint Charles Academy a One-Stop Center for Success

“What we’re trying to do,” explains President Alan Tenreiro of Mount Saint Charles Academy, “is become a one-stop center for academic, social, and religious success for students and families Read More » 


Insurance Corner The 7-Day Plate Transfer Rule

Insurance Corner: The 7-Day Plate Transfer Rule

Everyone seems to know something about the 7-day plate transfer rule allowed by the RMV and local police. Unfortunately, few seem to know the full legal criteria associated with it. Read More » 


Bellingham Bulletin, October 2019




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