On Railroad Avenue, wedged between Avenue Bread and Mallard’s Ice Cream, sits the Bagelry – Bellingham’s classic bagel shop, with its distinctive green canopy and white cursive font.
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Does your local gas station have a customer of the week? Urban Market does.
On Tuesday, August 1, Whatcom County voters filed their ballots to be counted in the Whatcom County 2023 Primary Election. The two candidates with the most votes will both appear on the November election ballot. Each mayoral term is four years. As results roll in for the competitive mayoral race, with incumbent mayor Seth Fleetwood and challenger Kim Lund taking early leads, take a look back at candidates’ visions for the city and their goals as mayor.
As of July 15, 2023, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported national new COVID-19 hospitalizations at 7,109, in comparison to 150,674 reported on Jan. 15, 2022. Statewide, the CDC reported 131 hospital admissions as of July 8, 2023.
Every year roughly 380,000 people experience a cardiac arrest event in the U.S., according to the American Heart Association. Four out of five of these cases occur at home.
In March 2023, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an over-the-counter naloxone nasal spray that can reverse the effects of opioid overdoses. The FDA’s announcement allows members of the public to purchase Narcan, a popular brand of naloxone, at local pharmacies without a prescription.
Additional reporting by Emma Burrell.
On March 13, Western Washington University students received an email announcing the removal of the COVID-19 vaccine requirement starting in June.
Anti-abortion protesters from the group TinyHeartbeat Ministries occupied Western Washington University’s designated free speech zone in Red Square on Monday, March 6. The Christian nonprofit came to Western last year; The Front covered TinyHeartbeat Ministries when they last visited in the spring of 2022. Students counter-protesting stood in front of graphic images depicting abortions to prevent others from seeing them.