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The Edgecliff Restaurant, a Langley landmark, closed for good this past Sunday,…
The Braeburn, downtown Langley’s cozy and venerable little restaurant, has changed hands.
Whidbey SeaTac Shuttle has announced it will offer free island shuttles on Sundays through the holiday season.
Local products met local shoppers last week as the new food cooperative Whidbey Island Grown strutted its all-natural stuff at the Star Store in Langley.
They come in droves to salsa, merengue, cumbia and even belly dance.
Entry forms are now being accepted for this year’s Langley in Lights Holiday Parade, sponsored by the Langley Chamber of Commerce.
Coastal Community Bank in Freeland is collecting items for Good Cheer Food Bank.
In Greek it was the word for a large melon: pepon.
Heidi Hammer of Langley is looking for a larger slice of her own pie. A baker at Mike’s Place in downtown Langley, where for five years she has produced pies on demand, Hammer has branched out, on the side, with Heidi’s Pies, her own business.
Her new store is indoors, but she’s all about the outdoors.“Our focus…
How’s your mohair? How about your Sunbrella, damask, toiles or French embroidery rooster prints? Running low on tapestries, linen, 100-percent cotton or silk? If you need some quality fabric, it’s available at a little shop in downtown Freeland for a fraction of the price, according to its owner.
Jon Atkins has joined Island Athletic Club in Freeland as fitness director and will lead the club’s team of certified personal trainers.
For 35 years, Kathleen Taylor of Clinton dreamed and dreamed about a sea of tiny painted faces peeking through a picturesque village window. This past fall, her dreams came true inside a little shop on First Street in downtown Langley.
The Northwest Language Academy has a new home. Thanks to a Missouri-based benefactor, the nonprofit organization has moved its operations and classes from Bayview Corner to the former Ashingdon Manor at 5023 Langley Road in Langley.
Dr. Tom Harris moves across town next week to open his new family practice clinic in Freeland.
When Kelly Scotthanson went searching for a good place to board her dog Justine, she couldn’t find the perfect spot for her poodle on the island.
The Clinton Chamber of Commerce welcomes Island County Commissioner Helen Price Johnson as the chamber’s guest speaker at its next meeting.
Coldwell Banker Tara Properties of Whidbey Island has announced the sale of its South Whidbey Property Management division to Brad Jaeger.
Clinton is getting the word out that it’s not just a bump in the road to Freeland or Langley.
Transport Whidbey is proposing a cooperative business entity that would create green jobs, support existing businesses with clean transportation efforts and help budding businesses to succeed. The kickoff meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, May 7 in the Freeland Library meeting room.
Howard Burton of Langley has moved his antique business from downtown Langley to Freeland.
The concept of “business expansion” may be a foreign phrase in this economic climate as of late, but not in Freeland. Taking shape in the old Harbor Village Square on Main Street is Whidbey Telecom’s new customer service center, complete with a WiFi-enabled Internet café and electronics retail store.
South End businesses are encouraged to sign up early for the second Uniquely South Whidbey Trade Fair, scheduled for the first weekend in June.
The Freeland Library hosts “Picking Up the Pieces” at 2 p.m. Monday, May 17.
For the fourth year in a row, advisers from Summit Financial Group have been recognized in Seattle Magazine’s "Best in Client Satisfaction Wealth Managers."
Women in Business (and men secure enough to show up) is presenting a community potluck and barbecue from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 1 at Salon Spring.
State Rep. Norma Smith will be the speaker at the Clinton Chamber of Commerce meeting in April.
O'Brien Bookkeeping and Raco Construction will host the next “Business After Hours” for the Greater Freeland Chamber.
The Greater Freeland Chamber of Commerce will host Matt Kukuk, resource manager for Island County Public Health, at the chamber luncheon on Tuesday, March 23.
The Clinton Chamber of Commerce is holding a panel discussion to highlight the partnership between businesses and nonprofits in the community.
The Goose Community Grocer will be the first stop for high-quality, pasture-raised beef supplied by a cooperative formed by local ranchers.
You can get your coffee anywhere, but Carol Coble serves hers with a generous dollop of cowgirl chatter.
Members of the Langley Chamber of Commerce will meet this week on Thursday at the Braeburn.
Bret Christensen is on the cutting edge of the jewelry business in downtown Langley.
Freeland’s 1504 Coffee, a 21-year fixture next to the Texaco station just north of the traffic light along Highway 525, is for sale.
Port of South Whidbey Commissioner Curt Gordon will talk transportation with the Clinton Chamber of Commerce this week.
All Coastal Properties will host the next Business After Hours for the Freeland Chamber of Commerce.
Clifton View Homes has been recognized as a leader in energy-efficient construction by the National Association of Home Builders’ Research Center.
The wonderful world of beer will pop open soon in the rear of the city’s old fire hall on Second Street. “It’s kind of neat what we’re trying to do here,” Michael McMahon of Clinton said Monday. “It’s going to be a lot of fun being able to share.”
The next meeting of Edward Jones Coffee Club with Financial Advisor Don Rowan will be at Useless Bay Coffee Company at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Whidbey Island Winery has announced the release of an elegant new wine label to help celebrate the approach of its 20th year of operation.
Whidbey Women in Business will host a networking meeting early next month at Maurlee’s Take-Out & Catering in Langley.
Living Green in Langley on the next two Saturdays. Chair massages will be offered at the Langley business from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 30 and Saturday, Feb. 6. The cost is $15 for 15 minutes.
Clinton Video at Ken’s Korner has announced a weekend going-out-of-business sale from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29 through Sunday, Jan. 31.
Whidbey Island Winery will host a casual and informative evening of demystifying the preposterous prose found on the back labels of wines, and those found in wine reviews, as well.
The next meeting of Edward Jones Coffee Club with Clinton financial advisor Don Rowan is scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13.
Island County commissioners will consider accepting a bid Monday for building a new RV dump station at the county fairgrounds in Langley.
The Clinton Chamber of Commerce will meet from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 7 at Speedboat Pizza.
Organizers of the Fair Flea Market said this week the market will not be held in January.
Quilting by the Sea fabric store in Langley will have an open house today to introduce new owner Laurie Davenport.