In the May 2020 Print EditionApr 30, 2020 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Even though you may have grown used to ordering everything online, once the stay-at-home order is lifted (hopefully on May 18), shopping locally will be more important than ever. By shopping with neighborhood businesses, you are helping not only to ensure their survival, but also to restore a battered local economy to health. And by patronizing our advertisers, you’re helping to ensure that the Bellingham Bulletin can continue producing local news and mailing it to the residents and businesses in town as well as posting it online. When you have a minute, please check out our digital Business Directory at www.BellinghamBulletin.com.
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