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Four months ago, Clinton resident Natasha Dworkin never would have imagined being the type of person to ride 545 miles on a bike.
A trembling hand, a thumping heart and the “ummms” that come with not knowing what to say next: public speaking is a hard skill to master.
For a group of students at South Whidbey Academy, it’s time to give back to their community.
We asked people in Langley what they thought of the Second Street Project, set to start next week. Here are there responses.
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.
Langley musician Gloria Ferry-Brennan is treading new waters in an upcoming performance next weekend.
Residents roamed South Whidbey sidewalks and events Thursday with one goal — candy.
The underwater robotics competition just got a little tougher on South Whidbey.
Buses full of newlyweds, mothers, and wedding and event enthusiasts toured the Coupeville area Saturday for the inaugural Weddings on Whidbey and Events Tour.
With all the makings of an Italian drama, the Whidbey Island Community Orchestra will conclude its 2013-2014 season with “Italian Spring” this Friday, May 16.
Work on the South Whidbey Harbor expansion project is expected to resume this week.
The Port of South Whidbey is back to full strength.
Students in the sixth and seventh grades at Langley Middle School reveled in the flavor of some of their own grown food during the Taste of Whidbey event Thursday, Nov. 14.
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.
For returning Langley residents Eli Moore and Ashley Eriksson, Whidbey Island is a place of inspiration. After touring throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and Japan with their band LAKE, the husband wife have circled back to the island to continue their work.
Langley animator Drew Christie explores homelessness through the eyes of a teenager in his new film “The Beast Inside,” debuting at the Seattle International Film Festival.
Terry and Merrillyn Stone have a lot to celebrate this year, from new family members (one arrived just last week) to their 60th anniversary together. To top it off, the couple will usher in the 98th annual Maxwelton Beach 4th of July Parade as the grand marshals.
Thrift store shopping is as much about the hunt as it is about the find.
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.
Abel Rocha will never forget attending his first concerts as a child. The music gave him a new perspective of the world. Now, as a musician himself, he hopes to inspire people in the same way.