A 26-year-old man was arrested Friday in connection with a "series of explosions" that occurred earlier this month near the north end of the city center. Nicolas Zhann McNairy was booked into Whatcom County Jail on suspicion of third-degree malicious explosion/having explosives, second-degree malicious mischief of more than $750 and third-degree malicious mischief of more than $50.
With dozens of deer invading a Bellingham neighborhood, the city is considering making it illegal to feed them, KOMO TV in Seattle reported. The deer are eating shrubbery at a ravenous pace, intimidating pets and one homeowner says a buck rammed its antlers into her kitchen window.
A man and woman were arrested Tuesday after they threatened a couple at gunpoint and stole their vehicle, according to the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office. Joe Louise Pierre Crowder III, 35, of Bellingham was arrested on suspicion of first-degree robbery, motor vehicle theft, a felony drug violation and on a warrant.
An architectural rendering of 22 North in Bellingham, which will provide 40 studio apartments for those who are homeless. The $10 million project is a partnership of nonprofits Northwest Youth Services and Opportunity Council.
Recent cooler weather and rain has prompted Bellingham, Whatcom County and State Parks officials to ease their bans on recreational fires. Fire danger has decreased from very high to moderate, according to a post on the Bellingham Fire Department's page on Facebook.
Feeding deer could soon be against the law for one Washington city, as the animals are invading a local neighborhood at an out-of-control rate. KOMO-TV reports dozens of deer and a growing number of several others are frequently being spotted around the South Hill neighborhood of Bellingham.