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.
Clayton Beach will see the construction of a new pedestrian path and overpass from its trailhead, addressing decades-long safety concerns of people crossing the railroad to access the beach.
Shifting Gears and the Community Boating Center have begun partnering with one another to create free kayaking events for women and non-binary individuals. The partnership commenced during Shifting Gears this March 1-8, in honor of International Women’s Day.
With Love, Tattoo opened in January 2022 and is owned and operated by Kamile Jordan and Minori Madeline, two female-identifying tattoo artists who have been based out of Bellingham for several years.
Following the record-breaking floods Whatcom County experienced in November 2021, local farmers are dealing with the aftermath and asking for help.
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.
Zebra and quagga mussels, native to the Caspian Sea, are considered a high-priority invasive species in Washington state and can cause significant ecological damage.
Alina Niamtsu said her family can’t leave Russian-occupied southern Ukraine because people who have tried to escape have been shot.
It is no exaggeration to say that Point Roberts, Washington has the most unique municipal situation in all of North America. And, with Canadian border restrictions being eased on Feb. 28, the long road to recovery can start.
Staying on trend with the latest fashion can be daunting – and when style guides from publications like GQ and Teen Vogue say spring 2022 is all about statements like bold patterns and see-through fabric, it can be extra intimidating.
A fresh blue glow could be seen in downtown Bellingham on Friday night, emanating from a large-windowed room above East Holly Street. The Blue Room, a creative hub and new all-ages venue currently run by Western Washington University students, had a line of people filing up the stairs for its sold-out grand opening event featuring local art and music.
Home to the majority of Western Washington University students living off-campus, the Happy Valley neighborhood has a notable lack of sidewalks and bike lanes on main thoroughfares. Residents of the area will finally have an opportunity to address their concerns with a chance to participate in the new Pedestrian/Bicycle Master Plan.
The site of the closed Georgia-Pacific pulp and paper mill could be a part of a redeveloped hotel and conference center on the Bellingham waterfront.
The ordinance that pertains to dogs being off-leash has struggled to clearly define how a dog should be leashed and what exactly defines an animal as being under control. This Bellingham, Washington municipal code was first written in 1995.
Bellingham community members took to the I&J waterway site near the Port of Bellingham on Feb. 14 to band together and make the Salish Sea their Valentine this year in a beach cleanup effort hosted by REsources and the Surfrider Foundation.
With a mission of creating opportunities to engage with art at the community level, it made sense for Jansen Art Center to revolve its first themed exhibit around a key source of inspiration in the Pacific Northwest: plants.