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The pop-up is a collaboration between several Langley businesses.
All elective surgeries have been postponed until Oct. 7.
The Blue Peony has been in business for years but opened its first storefront in Langley this summer.
Oh, portly Romeo. His eyes are bigger than his stomach.
The mayor’s news comes on the heels of city council’s conversations about police funding.
The island’s realtors sponsored heated tents so Langley restaurants can continue outdoor seating.
Some of the most recent cases have been family clusters.
All proceeds from the garage sale will be donated.
The foundation says it raised $7,000 in ticket sales but hasn’t received the money.
Mr. South Whidbey won’t return to the stage until 2021.
The plan focuses on the part of Clinton closest to the ferry dock.
The homeowner threw a cigarette butt into a wastebasket. It caught on fire.
The pop-up market will be from noon to 4 p.m Saturday, Sept. 19.
The discussion was put on hold after much debate.
The former president stepped down to focus on her own business.
The banner has been on a fence near the tennis courts since July 28.