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“Curse of the Starving Class” opened Friday, June 11 and runs through Saturday, June 26.
Scott Chaplin and Roger Scrafford have stepped forward to challenge Thomas Gill in the mayoral race.
Jeremy Jarvis has begun work on a mural on the courtyard wall of the South Whidbey Community Center.
For a city known for its parades, not much jollification has happened in Langley since the COVID-19 pandemic began. This past Thursday, however, the South… Continue reading
The students are at the top of their class of 113.
Tickets are now available for the annual Whidbey Island Music Festival.
The city council voted to follow state COVID-19 guidelines instead.
Interested candidates have until June 15 to apply for the role.
A man sustained third degree burns to his leg from a fire that engulfed a Clinton home Sunday.
The event runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday, June 5.
A 60-day campaign has been launched to raise money for the Clinton Community Hall’s new roof.
Participating artists must register at least six weeks in advance.
A 9-year-old Clinton boy and his cousin became heroes after rescuing a toddler from drowning.
City council members will be choosing the new mayor at a council meeting scheduled for June 21.
The Waterman Property is now called Maxwelton Trails Park.
Some of Whidbey’s galleries, sculpture parks and studios will be open to the public.
Several ceremonies are planned for Memorial Day.
Some Whidbey Island farms still have spaces open in their Community Supported Agriculture programs.
Registration opens 10 a.m. May 25 for summer programs at the Whidbey Children’s Theatre in Langley.