The BBJ Buzz: Top stories for September

Most viewed articles on BBJToday.com for September 2012

1) Low-cost BoltBus expanding service to Bellingham

BoltBus, a nationwide bus line with one-way fares that start at $1, announced it plans to offer service to Bellingham along its route from Seattle to Vancouver, British Columbia, starting Oct. 4…

2) Sustainable Connections puts “parklet” in downtown Bellingham

Downtown Bellingham has a new park, and it’s small enough to fit inside a parking space…

3) Despite hiccups, Goat Mountain Pizza is ready to serve

Pizza is not often sold “by the cut.” But Chas Kubis and Charlie Pasquier, owners of Goat Mountain Pizza on Holly Street, are taking a chance that such a model will resonate with late-night crowds…

4) Lummi Nation speaking out against Cherry Point terminal

Lummi Nation leaders held a community meeting at Cherry Point to speak about their opposition to the proposed Gateway Pacific coal and bulk commodities terminal…

5) Bellingham fire chief to retire, move into private sector

Bellingham Fire Chief Bill Boyd announced he will retire from his position in October and begin a senior management job with Coastal Industrial Services of Ferndale…

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1) Low-cost BoltBus expanding service to Bellingham
2) Stockton’s Paint marks 75 years on Railroad Avenue
3) Sustainable Connections puts “parklet” in downtown Bellingham
4) Despite hiccups, Goat Mountain Pizza is ready to serve
5) Record broken for unclaimed property returns in Washington

 

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