A staple of downtown Bellingham for the last 17 years, Everyday Music, a CD, DVD and record store will close its doors to the public sometime in mid-August, according to Rian Zenner, the store’s manager.
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If you were wondering what the construction in Bellingham’s Costco parking lot is for, it’s a car wash and is estimated to open this September.
Pioneer Park in Ferndale is ready to host another summer of Food Truck Fridays with live events, a social atmosphere and of course, food trucks, all starting on June 3.
Six years ago, when Teri Bryant started working at the Whatcom Homeless Service Center, she said Whatcom County’s system to help homeless families was close to functional zero, but now the story is different.
Jason McGill has been appointed to the Bellingham-Whatcom County Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence.
Masks are now optional on public transportation as of April 19. This change resulted from U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle of the Florida Middle District’s decision on April 18, which ruled the mask mandate as “unlawful.”
Construction on Arroyo Park's closed and damaged bridge above Chuckanut Creek could begin this summer, but it all depends on decisions made by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Local business, Captain’s Cod Company, is a food truck that now serves sustainable hook-and-line caught fish and chips, among other dishes, in Bellingham and Whatcom County after initially keeping their business exclusively in eastern Washington.
Western Washington University's quarterly Career & Internship Fair took place on Oct. 27 through the virtual platform Handshake, but in-person career fairs may make a comeback in Spring 2022.
Zoe’s Bookside Bagels is coming back, but it might be several months before Western Washington University students can enjoy coffee and bagels in Wilson library again.
On Monday, Sept. 27, a Western student parked his $3,000 Sentinel bike at the bike rack underneath the Wilson Library skybridge and secured it with a combination cable lock. It was 3 p.m. The student entered the library, but after less than an hour they were interrupted by a text from a friend with alarming news: Somebody was riding the student’s bike around the other side of campus.