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A shared meal, a homecoming, an offering. These are just some of the many ways South Whidbey residents are telling their stories through bowls.
Freeland residents Joy and Craig Johnson have pecked out a new book for up and coming birders.
One to two inches of wet snow blanketed Whidbey Island early Friday and resulted in an island-wide shutdown of schools.
A work by the world-renowned artist Pablo Picasso is now on display on Central Whidbey.
The underwater robotics competition just got a little tougher on South Whidbey.
Experience a performance filled with holiday magic this weekend.
The Christmas lights are up and running at Clinton resident Jerry Beck’s home for the holiday season.
Langley United Methodist Chancel Choir presents its annual Advent Concert over two performances this weekend.
Here comes good ol’ Charlie Brown to the stage. Experience life with Charlie Brown in song as he ponders the agony of spending lunch time alone, beginning book reports and, of course, working up the courage to meet that little red-headed girl.
Artists across the island are finding new ways to connect with holiday shoppers this season. Markets and stores in the community have kicked it into gear for the holiday season.
Downtown Langley is all dressed up for the holidays.
Does penis size matter? Clinton native Patrick Moote believes he has answered the long sought-after question in his new documentary film.
South Whidbey will be wafting in the smells of good home cooking come Thanksgiving.
A rare tie vote by the South Whidbey School Board last week has stalled a proposed housekeeping measure concerning student athlete transportation.
Hoping to clear up confusion surrounding the most recent problem with the marina expansion project, Port of South Whidbey elected officials met with staff in a special meeting this week.
Island Consort is heading full force into its inaugural season with four shows and two smaller performances this year.
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.
In the world of cheese-making, Freeland resident Pam Cassidy has staked her claim.
More challenges with the marina expansion project are ahead for the Port of South Whidbey commissioners.
South Whidbey High School singers are belting out new tunes this year and a few dance moves to boot. Music in Motion is the school’s new show choir that features singing, dancing and solos for the 44 students involved, many of whom have never sung before. The group will be performing for their premiere at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the high school auditorium. Admission is free.