3D technology has become an everyday tool for the real estate community and has changed how people view and buy homes because of the changing guidelines around COVID-19 and how they operate.
All healthcare is not made equal, and for those in Bellingham, Washington struggling with houselessness, that disparity has become more grotesque during the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic.
The waterfront is working on a three-building condominium project that will include ground-floor retail. The condominium is in the process of being built and located next to the Granary Building and Waypoint Park.
Groups holding chocolate-collecting paper bags strolled amidst downtown Fairhaven this Saturday, lighting the local shops abuzz with laughter and conversation as businesses invited the community into their balloon-strung doors during Fairhaven’s first Annual Chocolate Walk.
Two Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were shot on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 10 while responding to an incident between neighbors near the 3000 block of Green Valley Drive in Maple Falls, Wash.
Bellingham businesses and farmers are getting ready to welcome more customers back in person by emphasizing that residents eat locally.
If you live in Bellingham you may be wondering why you are still carrying several bins of sorted recycling out to the curb, while friends in neighboring cities like Seattle roll out just one.
This recent revival of the record can seem counterintuitive to what we know about technological progress and consumerism. Using a record player is more time-consuming, expensive and less portable than current digital alternatives, but it’s rising in popularity nonetheless.
European green crabs, Carcinus maenas, are considered a level one invasive species in Washington and are spreading across the Pacific Northwest.
Eligible voters in Bellingham, Wash. will vote to pass or reject a proposed $122 million Bellingham Public Schools 2022 Bond in a special election on February 8, 2022.
Bellingham nonprofit, Sustainable Connections, offers a Virtual Climate Action Book Club for anyone looking to get involved in the local sustainability scene.
PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center in Bellingham remained at full capacity all week as the COVID-19 Omicron variant continued to test Washington’s healthcare system, data gathered from the Washington State Department of Health suggests.
Bellingham Public Schools will continue to provide on-site rapid-antigen testing as a part of the Test-to-Stay program, implemented on December 3, 2021, for students and staff recently exposed to COVID-19 while offering remote-learning options for students in quarantine.
For 50 years, citizens and government officials have been working to build an epic trail spanning from Bellingham Bay to Mount Baker. While a few trail segments have been established, the project has proven to be a Herculean task.
Interactive, straightforward and transparent: these are some words to describe Bellingham’s local sex shop, Wink Wink.
Bellingham’s growing skate community has found a new spot to skate. Skaters have been shaping a do-it-yourself skatepark under the East Chestnut Street bridge on the outskirts of downtown Bellingham.
Among the colorful reinvention of language and the rain-soaked clothes of attendees, POOR magazine and local Bellingham residents hosted a weekend of events on Nov. 12 and Nov. 13.
In the past month, Whatcom County saw multiple atmospheric rivers slam into the county, causing mass flooding that resulted in millions of dollars in damages and hundreds of displacements.
The downtown Bellingham Christmas tree was lit once again at the Depot Market Square on Saturday, Dec. 4, kicking off December and a swarm of festivities downtown.