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A surprise wind from the northwest Monday morning caused havoc for the crew beginning work on the Langley Marina expansion project and forced the cancellation of the last whale watching cruise of the year by Mystic Sea Tours.
Langley businessman and developer Paul Schell dropped some new ideas about the future of the Langley harbor Thursday morning at a Port of South Whidbey commissioners meeting in Freeland.
A new South Whidbey company with ties to Nichols Brothers Boat Builders landed its first contract Monday: the job of building a fire boat for South Whidbey Fire/EMS.
The owner of the dog that chewed up a young Clinton woman had him euthanized by a veterinarian Thursday.
A suspect who allegedly stabbed a man in Clinton early Sunday morning is being sought by the Island County Sheriff's Office.
The man suspected of stabbing another man multiple times in Clinton turned himself in at 2:15 Monday at the Island County Jail.
Removal of flowering trees as part of Langley’s First Street waterline project prompted an explanation and apology from Mayor Fred McCarthy.
Finishing work on Nichols Brothers Boat Builders' latest tugboat should be completed soon at its Langley facility.
As a bird lover and cat lover who’s allergic to cats, Linda Bainbridge has had to make some unusual adjustments in her life.
Here are a few photos from the Easter egg hunt at Holmes Harbor Rod & Gun Club on March 30.
One person’s loss is another’s gain, which means there was one happy family Wednesday when a barge brought a fine, two-story house to the shores of Whidbey Island at Mutiny Bay.
Next week if all goes as planned South Whidbey residents looking for a rifle or handgun won’t have to go to Oak Harbor or the mainland.
Freeland Water and Sewer District commissioners will meet Monday to discuss a response to a sometimes-neg- ative state auditor’s report presented this week in a small meeting room packed with approximately 20 people.
After months of discussions, it appears the Holmes Harbor Sewer District is about to buy itself a golf course and then lease it out to someone else.
A young Clinton woman feels she was lucky to escape death when attacked by a vicious dog, leaving her with serious head wounds and other bites to her back and arms.
A storyteller with help from teacher Leslie Woods brought a busload of second graders to the Langley Post Office earlier this month.
One of the commissioners elected to clean up financing within the Freeland Water and Sewer District sums up a state audit by saying, “There really wasn’t any fraud, nothing criminal, nobody made money or took money, it was just ignorance and incompetence.”
An unexpected spring snowstorm hit South Whidbey and much of the surrounding area Friday morning, burying daffodils in the white stuff and causing some helpless motorists to slide into the ditch.
Nichols Brothers Boat Builders launched the superstructure of the new state ferry Tokitae into the cold waters of Holmes Harbor, and now find themselves in hot water with the Army Corps of Engineers.
When osprey return to Whidbey Island from the south this spring they’ll find a few changes in their homes.