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Summer is winding down, but Whidbey residents can still end the season on a high note.
After a successful fundraising campaign, the Clinton Community Hall is sporting a new roof.
The renovation project was a source of controversy earlier this year because of the location.
A suspect in a burglary swallowed heroin and overdosed just prior to being arrested at his home.
The draft permit is a multi-phase, decade-spanning push to reduce the nitrogen in the Puget Sound.
Whidbey students will eat for free again as a pandemic-prompted federal relief program returns.
There’s been an explosion of unregulated campers leaving trash, gray water and animal feces at Ebey’s.
Thirty-four people asked Oak Harbor to do something about the woodpiles on a nearby property.
The Navy is still finding munitions at a site that was once used as a World War II bombing range.
Replacing the 39-year-old pool boiler will cost the district $152,460.
A South Whidbey High School 2021 graduate set up a honeybee hive for her Girl Scout service project.
No one was seriously injured in a head-on collision on State Route 525 on Aug. 22.
T hose interested in the creative processes of local artists can take a peek into almost 50 work spaces across the island during the Whidbey Working Artists Summer Open Studio Tour this weekend.
The mayor suggested allowing outdoor structures through next summer and having the city’s new planner work with business owners to determine appropriate design parameters.
The district will be purchasing a subscription to ArchiveSocial, a real-time monitoring social media archiving software.
Unusually high visitor rates are good news for Whidbey Island as the economic impact of tourism is far-reaching.
The audit found that the hospital district is two years behind in submitting complete and accurate annual financial reports and doesn’t have adequate controls to prevent the misappropriation or misuse of “theft-sensitive assets.”
Most full-time employees of Island County government will receive an extra $2,880 in “premium pay” funded through federal relief funds.