Republicans and Democrats traded barbs on the first day of the Districting Committee, but Dems may have won the first battle.
Inspections of rentals cannot begin too soon. Seven fires in rental units since 2011 and almost half with ONE landlord. No but the clock may…
From all the monumentally boring hoopla to the shameful rousting of the homeless Super Bowl 50 exceeds all expectations for greed and excess.
Harriet Spanel was many years our representative in the state legislature and served Whatcom County and Bellingham very well.
Lisa Anderson will fill the remaining term of real estate broker, Cerise Noah. who left the Bellingham Planning Commission several months ago.
Talib Kweli played the Wild Buffalo a couple evenings ago and Ralph Schwartz was there. He writes a very personal take on the evening.
Uber has started a new type of public taxi service in many cities, including Bellingham. It is controversial.
Raising the minimum wage to $13.50/hr by 2020 cements workers into permanent slave wages that cannot pay the bills.
They are less famous than the eagles on the Skagit but closer to Bellingham, fewer people and still lots of eagles. A great January afternoon…
Earthquake near San Juan Island felt in Bellingham late Tuesday night
What the campaign styles of local politicians Pete Kremen and Carl Weimer tell us about presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
Shell Polar Pioneer floating oil drill rig left the Pacific Northwest for Norway today. Nice holiday gift for all of us.
Tani Sutley writes on the continuing issue of houses in residential zones that are used essentially as hotels and disrupt quiet neighborhoods.
Statement by Whatcom Family Farmers on “Eric Hirst and his water ideas” and Hirst's Reply
Wherein inquiring minds just want to know!
Wherof we cannot speak, thereof we must be silent?
The Planning Commission has a vacancy. Now is the time for the appointment of a member who represents the interests of the neighborhoods.
The student housing project for 648 individuals called NXNW (North by Northwest) on Lincoln Street is moving forward briskly. This is an update.
Council to allow three weeks for written comments on tax exemption proposal for high density buildings in quiet Fairhaven neighborhood
There is no reason to rush an updated ordinance on ADUs when we do not even know what the current number is or where existing…