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Community members broke bread together for the Good Cheer Empty Bowl Soup Night on Sunday at Bayview Hall.
When it comes to motherhood, both Eileen Wilson and Alta Brodie of Freeland consider themselves grateful to have been blessed with loving children and families.
A staple of South Whidbey, the Bayview Star Store, closed its doors Saturday.
One of the most active days on the South End isn’t a festival or conference — it’s a day of volunteering.
When South Whidbey Elementary School second-grade teacher Leslie Woods saw money exchanging hands during recess last week, her red flags went up.
South Whidbey residents certainly want to see more support for the sheriff, but questioned the proposed $2.6 million from property taxes.
Public beach access signs may soon be more abundant around South Whidbey.
This Langley Middle School geography bee winner is heading to the state National Geographic Bee competition for the second year in a row?
The South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District may bring the Holmes Harbor Golf Course back to life.
Bill Haroldson spent his childhood visiting South Whidbey for the fishing.
Ivan Neaigus’ life as a caregiver is an unfinished canvas. Perhaps it will always be so.
The South Whidbey School District Board of Directors are off and running to resurface the South Whidbey High School track.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day was celebrated by a day of service for many on South Whidbey.
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 Port Commissioners got an in-depth look at their district demographics this week.
A day for everyone and a message for all — told by women.
Choochokam arrived in full force in Langley over the weekend.
Hours of practice and rehearsals over lunch hours have paid off for two Langley Middle School students.
Workers at Nichols Brothers Boat Builders launched a newly built tug boat into the waters of Holmes Harbor on Wednesday.