In the December 2019 Print EditionNov 29, 2019 01:00PM ● By Pamela Johnson
This month, we had more great articles than we could fit on the pages we could print, (As you know, the Bulletin is advertiser supported, so our page count is limited each month to the amount of advertising we've sold.) At the end of the day, anything we cannot fit in our print edition is posted here at the website, along with updates throughout the month. So be sure to check back here frequently. (In fact, you could set the Bellingham Bulletin as your home page.)
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Below are some highlights from the December 2019 print edition, and below those, you'll find a box containing a small newspaper icon which, when clicked on, will open the PDF file containing that issue. (When you want to exit the PDF, use your Escape key.) Thank you for supporting the Bellingham Bulletin--and enjoy!
A dozen or so state and local officials and members of the business community gathered recently for a symbolic ribbon-cutting ceremony at the intersection of Maple Street and Route 140. Read More »
Ted Reinstein is an author, playwright and award-winning Chronicle reporter who is strongly passionate about this little corner of the country called New England. Read More »
ADC Septic has been in business since 1997, serving 29 communities around its home base in Blackstone. The owner is former (ret.) Corrections Officer Chris Lanoue. Read More »
One of the most valuable things we offer our clients is information they can use when filing claims. Informing our clients about the surcharge system can have a significant financial impact. Read More »
December 2019 issue