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Buds are blossoming and rhodies are lining the paths of Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens as staff members prepare to open the season with the sale.
For many musicians, their love of music starts at a young age. But after years of practice, some part with their instrument for new endeavors.
One part ambition, two parts learning and a dash of expertise to lead the way. That is the recipe for students taking part in The HUB’s newest after-school class, Chef Cooking Series for Youth, featuring four South Whidbey chefs.
The lights are on and workers are preparing for the first round of boats in the expanded area of South Whidbey Harbor, scheduled to open later this month.
Listening to a song for the first time can be a loaded experience. Everything from the mood of the listener to the ambiance in the background impacts the first encounter.
The Saratoga Orchestra of Whidbey Island is diving into its third concert of the Season of Discovery this Sunday.
A day for everyone and a message for all — told by women.
The Port of South Whidbey is back to full strength.
Langley’s 30th annual mystery weekend came to a close Sunday as residents and out-of-towners cracked the case of “The Deadly Deed.”
Dancers across the island are combining the energy of competition with the strength of technique for the first time in the upcoming performance INFUSION of Dance.
For a group of students at South Whidbey Academy, it’s time to give back to their community.
‘Not your typical girl’ | South Whidbey resident featured in national beer advertising campaign for hard work, dedication
Jacqueline Gabelein is awake and leaving for the gym by 3:45 a.m. She trains for an hour and is back at her home by 5:30 a.m. to get started on her chores, starting the fire and packing lunches.
The South Whidbey School District Board of Directors are off and running to resurface the South Whidbey High School track.
Come next weekend Langley will transform from the quaint Village by the Sea to a city filled with intrigue as a fictional murder takes place and visitors are eager to get to the bottom of it.
The initial search for a new Port of South Whidbey commissioner has yielded just one result. The application deadline for the District 2 seat formerly occupied by Chris Jerome passed last week and Langley resident Ed Halloran was the only one to submit a resume with the district.
South Whidbey residents have the opportunity to savor the sounds of yesteryear with “FRED & GINGER – NO DANCING,” an original musical by Freeland resident Ken Merrell that opens Thursday.
The rising beat of a tune. A sudden rush of people dressed in red and dancing in sync. For the people participating, it’s more than a flash mob, it’s a message.
Hours of practice and rehearsals over lunch hours have paid off for two Langley Middle School students.
Port of South Whidbey commissioners will implement a series of staff changes next week.
Island Strings began its 40th year of teaching this year and the number of lives touched in that time is nearly uncountable.