Washington’s wrongful death law could be changed by a bill under consideration in the Legislature. Families of accident victims say the current law is unfair. Others, including hospitals and cities, oppose the bill.
Caitlin Unsell confirms plans for Neko Cat Cafe and other retail and restaurant news includes chowder at Anthony’s, a trampoline park will open, Edaleen is open and the Washington Beer Open House is March 2.
Shawn Cass, the artist known as Ruckas, created a mural behind Hohl Feed & Seed over 3 years, beautifying a part of downtown known affectionately as “Bird Alley” for its bright, winged art. Fire destroyed it Monday.
A new report card about sustainable TP, aimed at shoppers who want to live a more green-friendly lifestyle, has come out from the environmental organization Stand.Earth, which has an office in Bellingham.
Corrections deputy Adam Miller was fired after he was accused of having an intimate relationship with a female inmate at the Whatcom County Jail. He faces two charges and is scheduled to go on trial in April.
Bellingham Police investigators released surveillance video Thursday of what went on in the alley Monday morning behind Hohl Feed & Seed before the flames that ultimately destroyed the building were visible.
More snow, or a mix of snow and rain, is forecast for Whatcom County on Friday and the weekend as February’s cold snap persists with a storm from the Gulf of Alaska expected to meet frigid air from Canada.
Last week the Alaska governor’s budget proposed deep cuts slated for the Alaska Marine Highway. The proposal would reduce the budget and could eliminate long routes, including from Bellingham to Alaska.
Three days after the Hohl Feed & Seed blaze, another one started in a downtown alley Thursday. Bellingham Police and Fire are investigating a fire between the Leopold and the Bank of America parking garage.
As officials assess the damage to the Hohl Feed & Seed building Wednesday afternoon, it’s an uncertain time for the future of the downtown business. The fates of 10 birds and a snake are still unknown.
A 21-year-old Bellingham woman was killed when the Subaru she was driving Wednesday along the Mount Baker Highway left the roadway west of Glacier, rolled and struck a tree. A passenger also was injured.
Bellingham fire investigators reached what they believe is the point of origin in Monday morning’s fire that destroyed Hohl Feed & Seed and are still working to determine what caused the downtown blaze.
Whatcom County residents are seeing trash and recycling pile up after the Sanitary Service Company missed pick-ups because of unsafe road conditions caused by winter storms. Here’s when to expect your pick-up.