Bellingham Herald HEADLINES
Washington Department of Transportation officials said Friday, June 14 they are revising the southbound alternate route for Interstate 5 in Mount Vernon and Burlington this weekend due to several large community events. Drivers should expect extra delays.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Washington must merge with another organization to stay alive, its executive director said months after the nonprofit suspended a popular mentoring program in Bellingham schools to help shore up its finances.
BELLINGHAM - People driving around Bellingham Sunday, June 16, may see a 20-foot-tall giraffe taking a stroll down the road.
BELLINGHAM - One of the roads heading to Western Washington University's south campus will be closed for summer starting Monday, June 17, for construction.
LYNDEN - A 6-year-old Lynden boy who suffered severe head injuries in a 15-foot fall from a bedroom window can now silently respond to his mother's questions, police said.
One day after Bellingham Police made a warrant sweep to round up suspected drug dealers in Maritime Heritage Park, more than 60 parks employees went on a spring cleaning blitz at the park Thursday, June 13.
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Coal news roundup: federal leases under fire, Rick Larsen gets teased, KCTS documentary coming (Politics Blog)
The U.S. Office of the Inspector General has issued a report indicating that the U.S. government may not be charging enough for the leases it offers to coal companies mining federal lands.
Bellingham Herald photographer Matt McDonald had just finished up a photo assignment in downtown Bellingham and he noticed a double rainbow. He jumped in his truck and drove down to Maritime Heritage Park to capture it.
Hikers will have easier access to Lookout Mountain Preserve and kids will get a new playground at Silver Lake Park and when two projects totaling $385,000 are completed at the recreation areas near Sudden Valley and Maple Falls respectively.
LYNDEN - A 6-year-old Lynden boy suffered serious head injuries in a fall from a second-story window Tuesday evening, June 11.
BELLINGHAM - Plans for bringing the city's 237-acre industrial waterfront back to life are ready for final review by City Council.
Expect to see lots of bicyclists traveling through Whatcom County Saturday, June 15, during the first day of the Ride to Conquer Cancer.
BELLINGHAM - A child safety fair including photos and fingerprints for a safety kit will be held Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, at Chambers Chevrolet Cadillac of Bellingham.
KENDALL - An explosion caused by a backyard science project sent a Kendall man to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle early Wednesday, June 12.
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