The pier at Little Squalicum Park will undergo renovations in 2024 that will make it safe for public access, with additional improvements to protect water quality and sea life planned for a later date.
Rite Aid closed its downtown and Telegraph Road locations in September 2023. Three Bellingham locations on Northwest Avenue, Sunset Drive and Sehome Village remain open.
Wednesday Night Lights defies the norms of mountain biking by embarking on rides in complete darkness. Every Wednesday night during winter, weather permitting, members of Bellingham’s mountain biking community gather on Galbraith Mountain for a ride they’ll never forget.
Bellingham’s annual 5k Turkey Trot kicks off this Saturday, Nov. 18 at 9 a.m. in Squalicum Creek Park, with all net proceeds directly benefiting the Bellingham Food Bank. The cost to sign up is $15 per runner, with an option to make an additional donation to the Bellingham Food Bank.
To most, the Ragfinery, a non-profit retail organization in Bellingham, Wash., is known for its affordable upcycled goods, textiles and crafting supplies. However, among the scraps of fabrics, clothing and yarn, Job Skills Training takes place.
On Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023 Whatcom County voters head to the polls to vote for Whatcom County Executive.
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.