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…
By Shannon Maris. Detached ADUs - the 'mother in law' mini cottages - are being considered by the city of Bellingham. This impacts every home…
Some personal thoughts on thanking our veterans for their service
An overview of Whatcom County's method of processing ballots and counting votes.
Satpal Sidhu wins council seat. Virtually all the ballots are now counted. Challenges and a few special are left.
Jail sales tax is being rejected - and the NO vote is increasing. Sidhu - Kerschner still undecided. Props 2, 3, 9 and 10 all…
Second tally of 10,000 more ballots is in. Jail sales tax is now being rejected. Probably 15,000 or more ballots to go.
The first returns - probably 60% of the final vote - shows contradictory propositions passing and most candidate races decided.
Growing Veterans was created to empower military veterans to grow food, communities, and each other.
Where more substantial evidence is presented against proposition 9 - and why you should vote REJECTED on it.
As an independent citizen and political junkie, here is how I am voting - with brief reasons for my choices.
The latest addition and the issue in review
A perspective on the our changing news system, the consequences, and the challenges for the future. With a suggestion of the solution.
When they feel you just don't need to know
Wherein the operative information is $$$ECRET
Whatcom group plans meeting workshop to submit comments to Washington Dept of Ecology against Skagit/Bakken oil trains.
After 126 years in business, Fairhaven Pharmacy closes for the last time at 6 p.m. today. Historic Fairhaven Association to do Halloween photos.
County Executive - and candidate for reelection -Jack Louws has written county officials with his regrets over jail mailer.