Langley is turning into a readers and book collectors haven. The latest addition to “The Book Town By The Sea” is Words & Pictures Bookshop.
John Williams and his wife, Joy Griffin recently opened Words & Pictures Bookshop at 220 Second St. in Langley.
A panel of judges recognized Island Angel Chocolates for the Best Luxury Chocolate Experience at the Seattle Luxury Chocolate Salon and awarded the Langley business a second-place recognition for best gift set entitled “Bring Whidbey Home — Sweet Retreat.”
Whidbey General Hospital and the Chiropractic Zone in Freeland have teamed up to promote community wellness by offering a low-cost cholesterol/ triglyceride/blood sugar screening on Tuesday, Aug. 5.
On an island where fleece sweaters and Croc rubber slip-ons are considered appropriate attire for a night out and coffee in a paper cup is the beverage of choice, I couldn’t help but wonder…
North Star Trading Company will leave Langley.
“We’re moving out of Langley, but not off the island,” said Liz VanDyke, owner of the store that sells locally manufactured sheepskin products and other gifts. “We would like to try and sell the ‘comfort store’ and we have it for sale at a great price.”
A happy staff makes business go smoothly and heightens productivity. Each year, big corporations put millions of dollars into training to make their employees more effective.
A Freeland author and coach says what works for Fortune 500 companies will work for small businesses like many companies on South Whidbey, too.