This past fall, Bellingham Municipal Court initiated a Community Court, a form of therapeutic court that connects participants with social services as an alternative to incarceration for nonviolent misdemeanors.
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Rite Aid closed its downtown and Telegraph Road locations in September 2023. Three Bellingham locations on Northwest Avenue, Sunset Drive and Sehome Village remain open.
Every day, when Bellingham residents brush their teeth and fill up their water bottles, they use water from Lake Whatcom.
As temperatures drop and days get shorter, rustling leaves become potential ghosts and pumpkins become jack-o-lanterns. It’s increasingly clear: Halloween is approaching.
If you live in Bellingham, you’re no stranger to rain. For many, it means grabbing an umbrella on their way outside, but for Whatcom residents like John Heptonstall, it provides water to their homes.
For students whose main mode of transportation is biking, bike theft on Western Washington University’s campus is a big concern.
Amongst the usual dorm items in first-year Western student Lila Jensen’s room are bits of wire, beads and flower charms molded from clay, waiting to be taken home to fire on the next school break.
It’s night and the campus is empty. No one is around to see someone pull a brick out of the cobblestone pathways of Western Washington University.
Nora Selander is the new director of the Office of Government Relations at Western Washington University.
Western’s Counseling and Wellness Center, in collaboration with the Outback Farm, is hosting an event on climate anxiety as part of its monthly Growing Wellness workshop.
As workplaces return to operation in person, many students need a professional wardrobe for an influx of job fairs, interviews and internships. Tucked away on the second floor of Western Washington University’s Old Main is a room full of professional clothing ready to be used.
Many students rely on the dining halls at Western Washington University for meals while in school. However, students with food allergies can struggle to find accommodating options.