Langley is less than two weeks away from its first mayoral primary in years.
At-risk veterans in the community will have access to help and support when the Whidbey Veterans Resource Center hosts the fifth annual Veterans Stand Down on August 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the lower level of the American Legion Post 141 off Highway 525.
A community thank-you and send-off concert celebration for South Whidbey’s Bill and Donna Humphreys is this weekend in Freeland.
Developing rules to guide growth in Freeland was the topic of a public meeting Tuesday, and it did just what it was supposed to — draw a healthy cross section of people with varying views and visions.
Anyone with a boat that floats, or just doesn’t sink, is invited to set sail on Lone Lake Saturday. The second annual Sail-What-You-Gotta-Regatta will take place at noon, July 25. Last year, some 60 non-motorized vessels set sail for a simple cruise designed to draw people out to enjoy the water.
Voters have three starkly different candidates to choose from in the race for Hospital District Commission position two.
The recreational chinook salmon fishery in Marine Area 9, Admiralty Inlet on the west side of Whidbey Island, will close at the end of the day, Sunday, July 26. State fishery managers expect the catch quota to be met by this date.
Tyla and Vincent Nattress found and built the home business of their dreams. Orchard Kitchen, a farmhouse/restaurant/classroom/event center/catering business in Bayview, opened this month after years of planning and nearly a decade of dreaming by the husband and wife business duo.
Shuttle service for the Choochokam Arts Festival and a larger space for the Langley Whale Center received funding from the City of Langley on Monday.
Garbage was piling up quickly in the bins in downtown Langley.
Sundance Bakery in Langley will be out of business for a while due to damage sustained during a fire Thursday evening.
Following a bumpy start to food trucks in Langley this past June, Mayor Fred McCarthy is recommending citywide review of mobile food vendor rules, legal review of the ordinance and a revised application.
Six years into an ever-growing Island Shakespeare Festival, founder Rose Woods still worries that the tent will be empty.
The U.S. Department of Justice and an attorney representing a group of Central Whidbey residents squared off in federal court last week in a battle over jet noise.
Representatives of the Clinton and Coupeville ferry areas are sought by the Island County Ferry Advisory Committee.
Whidbey General Hospital CEO Geri Forbes will be the speaker at the upcoming Freeland Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
The Clinton Community Council will discuss upcoming comprehensive plan meetings with Island County and preparations for the September community picnic at its 6 p.m. Monday, July 27 meeting.
Langley isn’t getting along with its post office over access through its parking lot.
The state Department of Health cited Whidbey General Hospital for violating a state law designed to ensure nurses and hospitals work together to create nurse staffing plans that keep patients safe.
The South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District is looking at getting into the campgrounds business.