The Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce and Industry will celebrate the anniversary of SaviBank’s location at 2417 Meridian Street, Suite 104, with a barbecue on Thursday, July 14 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Members and nonmembers are encouraged to attend.
Technology Alliance Group will host an open beer and wine mixer at the Bellingham National Bank Building on 103 Holly Street, Suite 214, Bellingham in its office. On Thursday, July 14 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., TAG invites people to join its free, informal event. Register at Eventbrite.com/e/tag-open-house-beer-and-wine-social-tickets.
By Emily Hamann The Bellingham Business Journal They put the heat in hot yoga. Hot yoga, done in a yoga studio that is heated to anywhere from 90 to 110 degrees, has caught on around the country. And as the temperature rises, so does the the energy bill at those yoga studios. That’s where Bellingham company [...]
Bellingham resident Danielle Byrum was hired to be Catering and Events Coordinator for Windows on the Bay Events and Hilltop Restaurant and Catering, located along Squalicum Harbor at 2625 Harbor Loop Drive in the Bellingham Yacht Club building. She has six years of catering experience. For the past two years, she has worked as a assistant [...]
Trevis Seimears is now an assistant vice president and branch manager for Banner Bank’s Blaine branch. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and 11 years of banking experience. Banner Bank is a Washington-chartered commercial bank with locations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California and Utah.
By BBJ Staff The Port of Bellingham awarded RAM Construction the $2 million contract to cover over the old contaminated soil on 20 acres of the former Georgia-Pacific property on the Bellingham waterfront. Construction is now underway to import new material and cover the existing land with a crushed rock surface. When the capping is [...]
BBJ Staff A little relief may be in sight for Whatcom County homebuyers. More inventory came back on the market in June, indicating a little more breathing room for home buyers who are facing tough competition. Inventory continues to shrink, however. In June, there were just 2.5 months of inventory on the market, according to [...]
For the month of July, also known as Independents Month in Bellingham, Bellingham Energy Prize will be hosting happy hours around local breweries to encourage saving energy and thinking local. Door prizes will be handed out to participants. The schedule: July 12, Tuesday, 5–6:30 p.m. – Stones Throw Brewery, 1009 Larrabee Ave, Bellingham July 20, [...]
On Thursday, July 21, the Whatcom Young Professionals will put on a team building event at The Upfront Theater, located at 1208 Bay St., Bellingham, from 11:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is a $20 minimum and will include a time to network and an improv workshop with exercises geared toward being confident in [...]
By Emily Hamann The Bellingham Business Journal Now that the chances of building a coal terminal look like a longshot, the future of business at Cherry Point near Ferndale is up for debate. In May, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied the permit for the Gateway Pacific Terminal at Cherry Point on grounds that it [...]