Whatcom Business Newsletter

 

Bellingham software company changes name to Faithlife

Logos remains under the same ownership; CEO Bob Pritchett said the name change better reflects where the company is going

President and CEO of Logos Bible Software Company, Bob Pritchett, stands on top of the Flatiron Building Tuesday, Oct 30, 2012, overlooking downtown Bellingham.

Allegiant drops flights between Hawaii and Bellingham

Allegiant eliminates Hawaii flights but will continue other destinations from Bellingham; Alaska Airlines has no plans to expand service to the islands...

An Allegiant Air plane waits for passengers to board, April 2, 2014 at Bellingham International Airport.

Turner Photographics to have open house at new studio north of Bellingham

A longtime Bellingham photographer is hosting an open house at his new studio Friday, Sept.12.

New Bellingham restaurant Luna’s Bistro aiming for Sept. 8 opening

Italian eatery fills last spot in retail area around Barkley movie theater.

Luna's Bistro Executive Chef Michael Leaver, right, and Sous Chef Mike Agnini, left, burn off the brandy for brandied apples and roasted red pepper bisque on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014, at Luna’s Bistro in the Barkley movie theater center next to Woods Coffee.

Financial firm Waycross moves into Bellingham Towers

A locally owned financial firm recently moved into the Bellingham Towers building.

Bottling company in Burlington announces layoffs

Here’s a Worker Adjustment Retraining Notification for a Skagit County facility:

Summer real estate sales up 4.6 percent in Whatcom County

With a flurry of sales in August, this summer turned out to be a busy one for Whatcom County real estate agents.

Broken Alaska ferry ramp at Bellingham Cruise Terminal ready for repairs

Nearly two years after a metal cable snapped, dropping a ramp used by Alaska ferry foot passengers and injuring a ferry worker, a legal settlement...

A walk-on passenger ramp that normally leads from the second floor of the Bellingham Cruise Terminal, right, to docked Alaska Marine Highway System ferries, was damaged when a metal cable snapped and dropped the covered platform from a raised position on Nov. 12, 2012. It has not been usable since that accident, which injured a ferry worker who was at the hydraulic controls near the end of the ramp when it fell to the position pictured in this Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014 photo.
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