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In the September 2020 Print Edition

Aug 27, 2020 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
September is typically back-to-school month, but is hardly a typical September. A hybrid in-person/remote learning approach will kick off the year, and it's anybody's guess how that will unfold as the year progresses. We're down to less than a dozen cases in town at this writing, and I'm hoping that everyone is being super cautious and we can keep that nasty virus from rearing its ugly head again in the fall.

School sports is another area where guidelines are still being determined. Read Ken Hamwey's Municipal Spotlight on the guidance that schools have received from governing agencies. And as usual, we've also got some other interesting articles celebrating small-town life.

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Below are some highlights from our September issue, and after those, you'll see the digital version of the September issue. Click on the box and you can peruse the PDF file at your leisure. ("Esc" will get you out of it when you're done.) Enjoy!  

Bellingham School Superintendent Peter Marano

Municipal Spotlight: State Provides Guidelines for Interscholastic Sports to Move Forward

The question that Bellingham parents, student-athletes and town-wide fans of interscholastic sports would like answered is what athletics will look like...on Sept. 15. Read More » 

 

Town Clerk Announces Information  Regarding November Election

Town Clerk Announces Information Regarding November Election

Voting on September 1st will take place from 7 am to 8 pm at our usual polling location, the Bellingham High School Gymnasium. Read More » 

 

Milford Regional Medical Center Receives Recognition  Award

Milford Regional Medical Center Receives Recognition & Award

Milford Regional Medical Center has been the recipient of some noteworthy accolades of late, including recognition by U.S. News & World Report, and a Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. Read More » 

 

Kids Home During Covid-19 Pandemic

Kids Home During Covid-19 Pandemic?

If you've noticed that more family members are back in your house since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, you're not alone. Paul Ostrander answers some related questions. Read More » 

 

Latest

Latest "Easy Walks" Book Now Available

For nearly twenty years, Hollman, a Bellingham resident, has been seeking out easy walks throughout southeastern MA, and she's finished her latest book, "Finding Easy Walks Wherever You Are" Read More » 

 

Straight As for Bellingham Real Estate

Straight “A”s for Bellingham Real Estate

According to local Realtor Carol-Ann Palmieri, Bellingham offers more home for the money than many other communities in the Commonwealth. Demand is high and now may be the time to sell. Read More » 

 


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