In the two cleared engine bays of Station 36 in Bayview, it was akin to being in Gary Gabelein’s home.
An 82-year-old recipe columnist for the South Whidbey Record tricked a burglar into incriminating himself last year.
The South Whidbey School District’s new policy of proactively identifying online people who request public records is raising red flags among some open government champions.
The Port of South Whidbey is expected to appoint a replacement for former Commissioner Dennis Gregoire from a pool of three candidates next month.
More than 2,000 feet of shoreline, 33 acres of forest and wetlands, and 26 acres of beach and tidelands on South Whidbey will be protected in part due to a $1 million federal grant awarded this month.
Island County commissioners voted Monday to switch regular commission meetings from Mondays to Tuesdays starting next week.
Unsheltered individuals living on South Whidbey now have a safe space to stay when the temperature drops below freezing.
A new Island Transit route on South Whidbey is being proposed.
Worried that a mass culling or relocation of Langley’s abundant rabbit population would be political suicide, Mayor Fred McCarthy has decided to let the bunnies be.
Sheep may not be masters of arithmetic, and goats may not be adept business strategists. But students at South Whidbey Academy are learning lessons in these and a variety of other subjects through study of these animals, and their fibers.
Falcon senior Parker Collins scored a game-high 19 points to power the South Whidbey boys basketball team to a 56-43 win over Granite Falls on Friday.
Behind a stingy defense and a red-hot offense, the Falcon girls basketball team scorched the Granite Falls Tigers 67-33 on Friday night.
Become a trained Master Gardener, with the help of the Washington State University Island County extension program this year.
Deception Pass Bridge will be closed for five nights this summer for paving and bridge maintenance.
Public input will be collected on a block grant application that would help Island County develop a housing assistance program.
The Island County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to beware a new phone scam.
The South Whidbey School District Board of Directors will meet tonight to discuss such matters as the approval of upcoming student trips, the adoption of a revised policy regarding Special Education and related services and an overview of financial reports.
Creating a place where Clinton can gather for a cup of coffee, some local produce and community events is at the forefront of the Clinton Community Council’s agenda.
Whidbey General Hospital commissioners decided this week to delay the selection of a new CEO. The board discussed the qualifications of the three finalists behind closed doors during a special meeting Friday morning but then decided to put off a decision until next month. Anne Tarrant, the board president, will continue working with an executive search firm to review the information about the candidates.
Protecting existing businesses will take precedence for Langley with its food truck ordinance.