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Bellingham, Washington is located in Whatcom County. Zip codes in Bellingham, WA include 98228, 98227, and 98225. The median home price in Bellingham is $289,000 which is roughly $176/per square foot. More Bellingham information.

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3 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

Opportunity Council to collect school supplies Aug. 6

People can help students in need get ready to head back to school at the Opportunity Council's backpack and school supply drive Wednesday, Aug. 6. A school bus will be parked in front of the nonprofit's office at 1111 Cornwall Ave., and donations will be accepted from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., with the goal of filling up the bus with supplies for local ... (more)

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7 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

Bellingham shopping center next to Costco site seeks rezone

The public and the city Planning Commission are asked to consider whether property near a proposed new Costco store should be rezoned to allow even more retail development near the Bakerview Road-Interstate 5 interchange.

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8 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

Dog runs against longtime Whatcom prosecutor to take bite out of crime

The 40-year career of Whatcom County Prosecutor David McEachran seemed safe for four more years when nobody stepped forward to challenge him in this year's elections.

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9 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

Painters Mary Froderberg and Rutie V. featured at Edison gallery

"East Sound Memory" by Bellingham artist Mary Froderberg is one of the works exhibited in "Slow Time: Landscapes and Stills," which opens with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014 at Smith Vallee Gallery, 5742 Gilkey Ave., Edison.

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21 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

Bellingham's migrant summer school builds science skills

Amy Keiper, Blaine Elementary school teacher, in white, waves her arms to express the word "producer" with Alexis Molina, 9, from left, Gonzalo Garcia, 10, Fredy Garcia, 10, Yazmin Ramirez, 9, right, during a guided reading session of the book "Swamp Explorer," at Bellingham School District's migrant summer school program, on Thursday, July 24, ... (more)

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Yesterday | Bellingham Herald

Bellingham Bells v. Medford Rogues

Bellingham's Ryan McMonigle pitches against Medford RoguesÕ outfielder Clayton Meyerduring the second inning on Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at Joe Martin Field in Bellingham.

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Yesterday | Bike Magazine

Where Are They Now? Lars Sternberg - From BMX to Benz to mountain bikes

His riding style seems effortless, like he was born on a mountain bike, but Lars Sternberg's life in mountain biking happened almost by accident.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

Bellingham Herald

Lawsuit: South Bellingham property owners claim Chuckanut Ridge tax illegal

Property owners who claim they were unfairly taxed have filed a lawsuit against the Chuckanut Community Forest Park District, Whatcom County and Bellingham, alleging the park district was illegally formed.

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Bellingham Herald

Dave Snell and his dog Sasha walk along a trail in the Chuckanut Ridge Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013.

Property owners who claim they were unfairly taxed have filed a lawsuit against the Chuckanut Community Forest Park District, Whatcom County and Bellingham, alleging the park district was illegally formed.

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Bellingham Herald

Korby Lenker in concert at Bellingham's Naked Clothing

Korby Lenker, a one-time Bellingham folk musician, bring his new plugged-in, rock persona to Naked Clothing, 126 W. Holly St., on Friday, Aug. 1, 2014.

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Bellingham Herald

Make.Shift Art Space hosts block party, exhibit of bicycle art

The annual Make.Shift Block Party runs from noon to 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014 at Make.Shift Art Space, 306 Flora St. in Bellingham.

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Bellingham Herald

Sunset Square construction for Safeway, gas station underway

The projects to put a Safeway grocery store and a new gas station into Sunset Square are in full swing.

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Bellingham Herald

New Bellingham store also provides job training center for youth

In a bright yellow storefront on North State Street, youth worked diligently, hunched over sewing machines and screen-pressing printers, to create merchandise and art during the grand opening of We Creations on Tuesday, July 29. We Creations, a project of Northwest Youth Services, is a job-training program for at-risk or homeless youth.

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Bellingham Herald

Ecology plan calls for $610K cleanup of contaminated Squalicum Harbor site

A decade after a $1.4 million interim cleanup was completed at a contaminated waterfront boatyard formerly used by Weldcraft Steel and Marine, the Port of Bellingham could finish the job with a new $610,000 cleanup plan.

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Architects advocate for streamlined city building permit process

In Phillip Howard's book; "The Death of Common Sense," he gives an example of how Mother Teresa's missionaries wanted to establish a soup kitchen and shelter for homeless people in an abandoned building they obtained for $1.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Bellingham Herald

'Mark Twain' musical tale returns to Fairhaven

For the third year, enjoy a performance of "Mark Twain in Fairhaven: A Musical Tall Tale" by Bellingham playwright and historian Joseph Lenz.

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Bellingham National Night Out events kick off Friday

Every year on the first Tuesday of August, National Night Out gives neighborhood communities the opportunity to come together and strengthen relations with local law enforcement agencies.

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A few Bellingham restaurant biz tidbits

A few changes have taken place at the Viking Plaza : -- Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant has closed.

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Elections: Buys would promote industrial hemp, water for farmers if elected

If Rep. Vincent Buys, R-Lynden, defeats Democratic challenger Joy Monjure in this November's general election, he hopes to continue in the same main role he had in this year's session of the Washington state Legislature.

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Huntsville airport no longer the most expensive in the US; see which city has the highest...

In fact, Huntsville was not even among the top five most-expensive airports in the U.S., according to the first-quarter 2014 analysis by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.

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