Whatcom Business Newsletter
Bellingham waterfront plans face City Council this summer
BELLINGHAM - Plans for bringing the city's 237-acre industrial waterfront back to life are ready for final review by City Council.
Financial woes keep Lummi Island quarry from resolving permit violations
LUMMI ISLAND - Financial troubles are compounding difficulties faced by a Lummi Island quarry that is under threat of being shut down by the Whatcom County hearing examiner for violating operating permits.
Popular Edison bakery gearing up for 10th anniversary open house
It can be difficult to run a successful small business and maintain a high quality of life, but Scott Mangold and Renee Bourgault have found a way...
Cross-border shopping craze hampering B.C. retail growth
A new report indicates the increased number of British Columbians shopping in Northwest Washington is dampening retail growth in the province.
Market Report: Skagit bridge collapse had a major impact on Whatcom economy
When it comes to the local economy, the biggest impact in May 2013 happened just south of Whatcom County.
Washington ranks fourth in GDP growth in 2012
Washington state was near the top when it came to growth in gross domestic product last year, according to a new federal report.
Whatcom County home sales jump in May
It continues to be a busy spring for Whatcom County real estate agents as home sales are approaching levels last seen before the housing bubble burst.
Governors Point developers again denied access to Bellingham water
BELLINGHAM - Plans to build more than 100 homes on Governors Point received another setback this week.