Rhetoric about recreational marijuana flew fast and loose on May 5, 2014, a lively day in the basement of 1 NE 6th Street in Coupeville.
The only warming center available on South Whidbey finally opened Thursday, a year after announcing its intention to open and in the midst of widespread power outages across Whidbey Island.
Numbers have held steady over 2014 so far this year at the Good Cheer Food Bank, which means the need is just the same as its record high.
When nature decides to unleash its fury on the earth, the impacts can be felt far and wide, leaving a mess.
Two young men, one young woman and a high school student were charged Wednesday in the shooting death of an Oak Harbor teenager.
Almost a month after being placed on paid administrative leave, the employment status of Langley’s planning director remains uncertain.
Festive white lights are all aglow in Langley’s business district, including a capstone strand on the massive maple tree at Whale Bell Park.
Beautifying Clyde Alley, the pedestrian walkway from Third to Second street, has emerged as a top priority for the Langley Arts Commission.
A Freeland father and daughter, both principal officers in an escrow company, are accused of conspiring to steal and commit Securities Act violations, according to court documents.
How do you tell the tale of a man whose life history is broadcast across the internet through cyber fame? Piece by piece, frame by frame.
Following long tradition, The Record visited South Whidbey Elementary School to talk turkey with students about Thanksgiving.
Clinton and Langley residents can expect to get their power back sometime today, but the rest of South Whidbey will have to wait until Saturday, Puget Sound Energy announced this morning. The estimated restoration times were released on the utility's website early Thursday, a little more than one day after Tuesday's windstorm knocked out power to about 220,000 customers across the region. As of 8 a.m., that number had been reduced to just 14,000.
Students returned to school Friday for the first time since Tuesday’s storm. Classes were cancelled Wednesday and Thursday due to safety concerns, according to district Superintendent Jo Moccia, which ranged from debris on roadways to downed power lines. Also, three of the district’s four campuses were without power, so even without the safety issue, the schools simply couldn’t operate.
Tuesday’s storm knocked down over 40 trees at Community Park, and some are hazardous to trail walkers.
Electing officers, filling vacancies, amending bylaws and reviewing a pair of past meetings about the Clinton commercial core’s role in the county’s comprehensive plan update will all be discussed by the Clinton Community Council on Monday, Nov. 23.
An annexation request for a home on Sandy Point Road was retracted before formally going before the Langley City Council at its regular meeting Nov. 16.
A Freeland man was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center after being injured while working on his property Thursday afternoon.
A monstrous wind storm swept across the Puget Sound region Tuesday, leaving 900 locations in need of repairs and more than 200,000 homes without power.
The number of customers without power is down to 45,600, Puget Sound Energy reported in an afternoon update. The utility said it expects power to be restored to most communities by Thursday, though repairs for hard hit areas could stretch into Friday and Saturday. Restoration times are expected to be announced later today, according to the 3 p.m. update.
A quick drive from Clinton to Freeland this morning around 9 a.m. showed areas of South Whidbey remain without power after a major wind storm Tuesday.