Every day, when Bellingham residents brush their teeth and fill up their water bottles, they use water from Lake Whatcom.
Following a narrow path behind the glass-shrouded Whatcom County courthouse, one can find the entrance to the county jail. Officers wait in front of doors while the sole control room operator watches the cameras, giving them the loud, buzzing go-ahead.
With the cost of living and inflation being a tremendous burden for many Bellingham residents, Community First Whatcom is bringing forth a ballot initiative to raise the city’s minimum wage.
The Downtown Bellingham Partnership's Scepter Awards have recognized small businesses in Bellingham since 2015. The goal of these awards is to have a yearly celebration of the hard work put in by community members that otherwise might go unnoticed.
As the lights dim in one of the Pickford Film Center’s theaters, the projector lights up the screen and the minds of attendees at the 16th annual Doctober Film Festival.
From donkeys to dogs to feathered friends, the Meloy Gallery’s animal market brings affordable art to Bellingham for your winter festivities.
The Bellingham City Council is understaffed and reluctant to change, said the council’s soon-to-be former at-large representative, Kristina Michele Martens. Between candidates Russ Whidbee and Jace Cotton, Martens said Cotton was most likely to fix these issues.
A chatty buzz quickly turns into whistles and cheers at Schweinhaus Biergarten on Friday, Oct. 13 as Bellingham rock band Magenta Wave takes the stage. Every bench in the beer garden is full and an overflow crowd stands on the sidelines.
The Bellingham Public Library invites Whatcom County residents to explore its Hispanic heritage-themed content not only during National Hispanic Heritage Month but year round.
Halloween season is a fun time for college students, but a night out can’t be complete without a safe ride home.
The Wonderz Market will end its season on Saturday, Oct. 28, lining Commercial Street with Bellingham small businesses, artists and tattooists.
Pieces of king salmon, skewered with alder wood sticks and seasoned with salt and pepper, stood at the ready, their pink tones waiting to be darkened by an open flame. A traditional Lummi BBQ was set up at the Squalicum Harbor, surrounded by many other local seafood sellers.
The associate director of the Sustainability Engagement Institute at Western Washington University wants students from all majors to consider the “tight-knit” and “transformative” experience that the Climate Leadership Certificate program provides.
Quicksilver Photo Lab is hosting a photography expo inside the Bloedel Donovan Park Multipurpose Room. While photographers and businesses can rent a table for $25 to display their equipment and work, anyone may attend the event free of charge.