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The final proposals for the Possession Ramp Renovation project were recently presented to Port of South Whidbey commissioners.
Improving business growth, enhancing transportation opportunities and maintaining public access for waterfronts are a few the Port of South Whidbey’s primary goals over the next six years.
At Sweetwater Creek Farm Studio, instructors take students on a day-long journey to create a piece of art from start to finish.
The music of Handel and Bach will fill the air at St. Augustine’s and Greenbank farm next weekend during the annual Whidbey Island Music Festival.
Freeland has a new group of fitness enthusiasts.
In the world of cheese-making, Freeland resident Pam Cassidy has staked her claim.
Coming in for a landing after a busy year, South Whidbey favorites Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumbel are returning for their 29th annual performance, “Twelfth Night.”
Golfers will be able to tee off at Holmes Harbor Golf Course for the first time in years this weekend as new operator Craig Moore prepares to open.
The future was the focus of a series of presentations during the South Whidbey School District Board meeting Wednesday, Oct. 23.
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.
A rare tie vote by the South Whidbey School Board last week has stalled a proposed housekeeping measure concerning student athlete transportation.
The costumes are fitted, the set is in place and the tent raised.
Musical talent from around the world will descend on Langley next week for the 13th annual gypsy jazz festival — DjangoFest Northwest.
Chairs were replaced by logs, desks by laps and textbooks by the real thing — nature. Students went beyond the controlled environment of a typical classroom and into the forest this week.
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.
Bayview Corner will become a little less bustling in September.
For Eric Tunnell, tattoos read like a person’s life journey. They are a meaningful moment or experience important enough for a person to have as a permanent guide.
Take the stage with swing, tango, rumba or more to the tunes of Triptych, a big-band style group.
South Whidbey will be wafting in the smells of good home cooking come Thanksgiving.
Aaron Cash recently returned to Island Dance to work with students. He taught class and created dance pieces for company dancers and alumnae over the weekend after touring for 10 years on Cher’s “Love Hurts” tour. He has danced with Mikhail Baryshnikov and with Twyla Tharp as her pas de deux partner. Cash has worked with the theatre’s dance students for four years. “It amazes me what really good training there is here,” he said of the dance studio. “They [the students] always seem to love what they do.”