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Lilly and Barry van Gerbig are taking a stand and an admittedly exciting and nerve-wracking risk by opening their store, Fair Trade Outfitters.
The signs that the 91st Whidbey Island Fair has begun are noticeable well before any waft of fried food, blaring tunes of stage music or shrieks of ecstasy from rides. Cars lined Camano Avenue/Langley Road, and the few paid parking lots were already smattered with cars before noon on the fair’s opening day on Thursday.
Hundreds of people flocked to the Island County Fairgrounds in Langley for the opening day of the Whidbey Island Fair on Aug. 6.
An unexpected hiccup in the Dog House renovation has the building owners calling foul, a city councilman apologizing for an overly difficult approval process and the mayor personally offended.
A couple dozen students got an in-depth, two-week lesson with Whidbey Children’s Theater Film Camp that started July 27 and wraps Aug. 7.
First, there were the whales, then the deer, then the rabbits. Now, Langley may have pigeon guillemots as one of its resident species to adore.
For its 103rd birthday, the Whidbey Island Fair is sticking with what works: food, farming, games, rides, music and a parade.
The discovery of pollutants in a Langley retention pond have put dredging plans in limbo and left city leaders with more questions than answers over their next step.
After the pink salmon season got off to a surprisingly early start, it has since come to a seemingly sharp halt around South Whidbey.
A county planner met with members of the Clinton Community Council this week to discuss two upcoming public meetings about the Island County Comprehensive Plan update.
Langley will become awash in chants, cheers and plenty of rainbows Sunday for the second annual Whidbey Queer Pride Parade.
A plan for a hotly debated 20-home development in the Edgecliff neighborhood of Langley has resurfaced.
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.
Langley is less than two weeks away from its first mayoral primary in years.
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.
Island Shakespeare Festival’s two 2015 productions are two sides to the same coin of humanity. One side has the females of “The Tempest,” which opened this weekend; the other, “The Three Musketeers,” represents the male. They play on the themes of honor and power crafted by artistic director and founder Rose Woods, who is directing “The Tempest.”
Ransom for a king: Season opener finds South Whidbey anglers eager to pay time tribute for a chance to hook the big one
The early bird gets the worm, and only the earliest of anglers can get the king.
Other than one Record reporter, a few passing cars and people walking by, Thomas Gill was all alone at his first meet-the-candidate stint Monday night.