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In the November 2020 Print Edition

Oct 29, 2020 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
These are strange times we live in. Halloween was quite different this year because of the pandemic (I missed handing out candy to all the little kids in their super cute costumes.) As I write this, the presidential election is just a week away and who knows what will happen then. Onward and upward, I guess--I hope.

Check out our November issue for stories that you won't see anywhere else, information from the town, news from local businesss, and more!  As always, we have the upcoming November events that are taking place at both the library and senior center.

Below are a few highlights from the latest issue. Below these, you'll find the newspaper icon which, if clicked on, will bring up the digital edition of the November issue. (Click on "Esc" when you're done browsing.) 

Veterans Day Program to Offer Familiar Theme Different Look

Veterans Day Program to Offer Familiar Theme, Different Look

The eighth annual Veterans Day program, scheduled for Nov. 11 at the Bellingham Town Common, will have a different look because of the Covid-19 pandemic, but the same emphasis and theme. Read More » 


Bellingham Superintendent of Schools Peter Marano

Bellingham Schools Reopen Despite Challenges of Covid-19

Plans were made, then re-tooled, and alternate plans created. Schools were opened, procedures tweaked, and more meetings held to discuss ways to improve. It’s a different world... Read More » 


Lets Talk Real Estate Turkey What Is the Escalation Clause

Let’s Talk “Real Estate” Turkey! What Is the Escalation Clause?

Yes, it is a Seller’s real estate market, and it is smoking hot. As Buyers compete for the home of their dreams, they are finding the challenges of winning their new home mounting. Read More » 


Who Is Likely to Sue Me

Who Is Likely to Sue Me?

Insurance clients who are under the cloud of an active lawsuit are generally worried and fearful about their future. And who can blame them? Read More » 

November News from the Bellingham Library

November News from the Bellingham Library

Read about upcoming events, current Covid-19 policies, and general information you should know about the Bellingham Public Library Read More » 


Bellingham Senior Center

November News from the Senior Center

November news from the Bellingham Senior Center includes information on Energy Assistance and open enrollment for Medicare, as well as upcoming events and programs. Read More » 


November 2020

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