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Ferry Avenue will be closed to through traffic at 32nd Street Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 14 and 15. Local traffic will have access from Bill McDonald Parkway.

Bellingham surface and stormwater maintenance crews will be replacing a pipe that crosses Ferry Avenue.

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The downhill lane of W. College Way between Highland Drive and Bill McDonald Parkway, near the Wade King Student Recreation Center, is closed as of Monday, Aug. 12, while construction crews working with the city of Bellingham pour new concrete, according to an announcement from the city.

The downtown Bellingham bus station will be closed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7, for an emergency relocation exercise, according to the Whatcom Transportation Authority.

During this time, buses will use Ellis Street between York Street (by the Grocery Outlet) and Champion…

[ Update: The contractor on this project, Stremler Construction, has announced that work will begin on Monday, Aug. 12, not Wednesday, Aug. 7, as noted earlier. This story has been amended to reflect that change in schedule. ]

The downhill lane of W. College Way between Highland Drive and…

Construction of the multipurpose field on the south side of campus is in full swing, with workers doing major ground-clearing of the area.

The project includes construction of an all-weather artificial turf field, bleachers, restroom facilities, field lighting, electrical service,…

Highland Drive from Garden to Taylor streets and W. College Way from Highland Drive to Bill McDonald Parkway will be intermittently reduced to one lane this week as crews prepare various sections for the annual street overlay program and sewer repair, according to the city's website.…

The city of Bellingham has scheduled two construction projects for this summer adjacent to campus:

The 2013 overlay resurfacing project includes pavement repair, leveling of the pavement surface and resurfacing with hot mix asphalt on Highland Drive from Taylor Avenue through West Campus…

Construction continues in and around Fraser Hall and the Humanities Building on the Western Washington University campus.

The water line work associated with the Fraser Hall renovation project will begin next week and continue until approximately July 3. Activities include:

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