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New Bellingham cafe aims for zero waste as it serves Mediterranean dishes

Emile Diffley hopes to have Anmly Cafe open in the coming week in the Bellingham Towers building on Commercial Street. The cafe will offer coastal Mediterranean menu. The cafe will also have a goal of zero waste, encouraging customers to make sustainable food choices.
He forced his way into an apartment, hit the resident’s dog and stole a phone, police say
As federal shutdown spreads to Bellingham Coast Guard, more residents asking how to help


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