BRIEF: Lummi Island ferry to accept credit card payments on board
Dec. 16 -- LUMMI ISLAND -- Passengers on the Lummi Island ferry can purchase single-ride and multi-ride fares on the boat with a credit or debit card, starting Jan. 1 .
Three openings on Whatcom Planning Commission
The nine-member board reviews proposed changes to what may be built, or what commercial or residential uses are allowed, on land in the unincorporated county.
Civic Agenda: 2013 a busy, fruitful year for Whatcom County government
It was a busy and productive year for Whatcom County government and I wanted to use the editorial space this month to provide a very brief summary of what we accomplished and remark on some of the highlights.
Lummi Island ferry to allow credit card purchases Friday, Dec. 6
The Whatcom Chief ferry to Lummi Island will accept credit cards Friday, Dec. 6, as a pilot test before the ferry starts accepting the cards by January 2014, according to the Whatcom County Public Works Department.
Inspections halt Lummi Island ferry midday Wednesday
The Whatcom Chief, the ferry to Lummi Island, is scheduled to be out of service from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, for maintenance and inspection of the approach spans that vehicles use to access the ferry.
Bellingham Salvation Army launches annual bell-ringer campaign to raise $170,000
Salvation Army bell ringers and their familiar red kettles will be outside Whatcom County businesses Monday, Nov. 25, through Dec. 24, hoping to raise $170,000 for those in need.
Chefs Matt Dillon and Blaine Wetzel celebrate Noma's Rene Redzepi in Seattle
Dinner under a tent in Seattle in November? Call it foolhardy, even crazy, but also call it sold out-at $200 per person no less.