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Buses full of newlyweds, mothers, and wedding and event enthusiasts toured the Coupeville area Saturday for the inaugural Weddings on Whidbey and Events Tour.
A day to honor America’s veterans drew more than 60 people to the Bayview cemetery on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11.
Langley musician Gloria Ferry-Brennan is treading new waters in an upcoming performance next weekend.
Ideas were flowing from community members at the Port of South Whidbey’s open house Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Rocco Gianni has captured enough votes that he will spend the next four years as a South Whidbey School District Director.
South Whidbey residents reunited and remembered their loved ones during All Soul’s Eve last week.
The sets are painted, the costumes are sewn and the theater is revamped.
Swoon to the sounds made by a few of South Whidbey’s finest musicians.
The future was the focus of a series of presentations during the South Whidbey School District Board meeting Wednesday, Oct. 23.
Residents roamed South Whidbey sidewalks and events Thursday with one goal — candy.
The South End is loaded with holiday events this year, from the sheer frightful to the enchanting, providing parents and trick or treaters alike with a range of communities to visit.
It is a day of celebration for the owners of Neil’s Clover Patch Cafe.
Doris Day will come to life in Langley during a performance of “Que Sera! Celebrating Doris Day.”
Langley resident Chris Korrow is embarking on a new endeavor.
Community members broke bread together for the Good Cheer Empty Bowl Soup Night on Sunday at Bayview Hall.
A haunting presence has descended on the theater at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts. “Blithe Spirit,” a ghostly comedy directed by Clinton resident Phil Jordan, is playing through Oct. 26. Jordan said the play includes witty character-driven humor and special effects.
A three-car accident shut down a lane of traffic on Brooks Hill Road for more than one hour on Wednesday. The accident occurred at the intersection of Brooks Hill Road at about 3:40 p.m., said Sergeant Laura Price with Island County Sheriff’s Office.
Lara Napoli doesn’t follow a recipe. The ten-year-old Clinton resident likes to put interesting foods together more than follow a set plan. She is hoping that skill shows in a video she submitted to win $30,000 for a cafeteria makeover of a South Whidbey school.
South Whidbey residents put the pedal to the pavement during a community bike ride on Sunday.
In recent years, several South Whidbey non-profit groups have coalesced around Langley Middle School.
Two Port of South Whidbey commissioner candidates will vie for Position 3 this November, and it won’t be the first time they’ve squared off for public favor.
Students from South Whidbey High School Jazz Band, Wind Ensemble and Choir are knocking on the doors of businesses and homes this month in an effort to raise money for their music programs.
South Whidbey High School opened its arms to a special group of visitors this week, a host of students from Liceo del Caribe in Bogotá, Colombia.
The final proposals for the Possession Ramp Renovation project were recently presented to Port of South Whidbey commissioners.
South Whidbey School Board Position 5 is contested by two candidates. Each has decades of experience in education and each is running for office for the first time.
Students of South Whidbey Elementary School enjoyed a feast of local South Whidbey offerings Wednesday afternoon during the school’s celebration of Taste Washington Day.
The Whidbey Island Writers Association has an inspiring task — to help self-described non-writers develop into writers.
Candidate Rocco Gianni had some heated words for those stealing candidates’ signs during a South Whidbey School Board meeting Wednesday.
Guitarists and fans from all over are gathering in Langley this week for the 13th annual gypsy jazz festival.
The Natanya Johnson Scholarship Fund has named Jessica VanWetter as the recipient of the 2013 Red Spatula Award.
A program providing unconditional love is seeking a little financial love from the South Whidbey community.
Get ready to be wowed. The Mr. South Whidbey Pageant is nearing and contestants are drumming up support from around the community.
Several issues with the phone systems throughout the South Whidbey School District are just about resolved after a $120,000 conversion nears completion.
South Whidbey Harbor is bustling again as workers resumed work on the marina expansion project Monday, Sept. 16.
With a grant application denied, Port of South Whidbey officials were scratching their heads last week looking for alternative ways to fund a renovation of the Possession Beach boat ramp.
On any given day Michael McInerney, president and range master of the Holmes Harbor Rod & Gun Club, can find someone at the pistol range.
At Sweetwater Creek Farm Studio, instructors take students on a day-long journey to create a piece of art from start to finish.
After months of deliberation and long meetings, the South Whidbey School Board approved a collective bargaining agreement with teachers this week.
Musical talent from around the world will descend on Langley next week for the 13th annual gypsy jazz festival — DjangoFest Northwest.
For 25 years the kitchen at Hedgebrook, a writing retreat for women, has gathered women from around the world to the farmhouse table as they share writings and ideas over a home-cooked meal.
Work on the South Whidbey Harbor expansion project is expected to resume this week.
The work of Ken Hassrick, a longtime figurative artist on the Island, is being remembered at Blooms Winery Taste for Wine & Art for the next two months.
Community members gathered to plant new life around Langley during the third monthly Spruce Up Langley event Thursday, Sept. 5.
The Port of South Whidbey commissioners began the process this week of reviewing and prioritizing long-term goals for the district’s strategic plan.
The South Whidbey School Board has approved a small policy change regarding dangerous weapons at school.
At the store, people are drawn in by the wafting scent of chocolate in the air. Online, word-of-mouth has garnered a significant following around the world.
It lasted less than one minute, but 87-year-old Trudy Martin felt the wind rush across her face and the adrenaline pump through her veins as she raced toward the ground at about 180 miles per hour.
A staple of South Whidbey, the Bayview Star Store, closed its doors Saturday.
A ringing bell will once again be a familiar sound for South Whidbey School District students.
South Whidbey Port Commissioners got an in-depth look at their district demographics this week.