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Kristen Griffin said she is “uniquely suited” to appreciate island living and the historic significance of Whidbey Island.
Several employees at Whidbey General Hospital are seeing some smaller paychecks thanks to a snafu in a new payroll system.
Whidbey General Hospital leaders have agreed to pay an Anacortes project manager up to $750,000 to coordinate the expansion project.
A Driftwood Way home abandoned since a massive landslide made national headlines in 2013 burned to the ground Sunday night.
Today’s Island Transit looks a lot different from the entity that formed in 1987 with five buses and 20 employees working out of a former auto shop that had two maintenance bays and one restroom.
For the second time, state auditors are questioning Island Transit officials on how they monitor staff uses of take-home vehicles and fuel cards.
Brian and Kathryn Wilson were hoping that their son would be born on their five-year wedding anniversary.
Hang-ups in a new electronic records system caused delays in billings and reduced the amount of cash available at Whidbey General Hospital.
Food service and clerical workers at Whidbey General Hospital got an early Christmas present this year.
Leaders at Whidbey General Hospital are looking for someone to coordinate construction of a new wing.
A large ship floating for more than a week near the Coupeville-to-Port Townsend ferry route piqued the curiosity of nearby residents. It turns out the Wave Venture, a 464-foot vessel owned by United Kingdom-based Global Marine Systems, has been sailing in the area while its crew repairs fiber optic cables.
Leaders of Whidbey’s animal shelter tapped the Midwest to find a new executive director.
The next month or so will be a time of transition for the Port of Coupeville.
A new face will soon be running the day-to-day operations of the Port of Coupeville.
If fundraising goes as expected, stray animals caught on Whidbey Island could have a new home.
Problems with Greenbank Farm’s septic system have prompted state involvement and could leave the Port of Coupeville with a pricey fix.
Two Whidbey General Hospital properties that aren’t being used will soon be sold off.
With Whidbey General Hospital asking voters to approve a bond to pay for an expansion, one critic is arguing for hospital leaders to try something different.
For the second time, Whidbey General Hospital leaders are sending the same bond proposal to the voters.
In terms of facilities, Whidbey General Hospital is facing stiff competition from its neighbors.