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Jeana Dominguez approached the city council this week with a proposal to create murals surrounding six storm drains in Langley.
Meredith Penny will be the city’s new director of Community Planning starting Sept. 1.
Prosecutors charged Matthew C. Powell, 35, with burglary in the first degree, unlawful imprisonment and assault in the fourth degree.
Council members decided to hold out on the decision until after receiving input from businesses.
The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Eleven Detachment Northwest will conduct a demolition of ordnance discovered at the Lake Hancock training area south of Coupeville… Continue reading
The Coupeville Lions Club’s annual garage sale will be outdoors to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, cases have skyrocketed among the unvaccinated population.
A bartender suffered “a severed bicep” when he was thrown into the street and run over Saturday night.
There are six positions that will not be appearing on the ballot because no one filed for them.
A man convicted of molesting two girls will spend at least eight years and two months in prison.
There are five new tsunami warning sirens on Whidbey Island to alert residents of impending threats.
The 2.5% hike in each of the next two years will apply to everyone: drivers, bikers and walkers.
Wednesday, July 28 At 10:51 a.m., a Torpedo Road resident reported that someone dumped 12 large bags of garbage nearby. At 11:42 a.m., a caller… Continue reading
This is the second time in three months that someone has removed the controversial banner.
Langley is convening a new volunteer-led committee focusing on confronting climate change.
The Institute is combining hors d’oeuvres and responsible land management in one event Aug. 17.
The following calls were gathered from reports made to the Island County Sheriff’s Office: Wednesday, July 21 At 12:13 a.m., a Maxwelton Road resident reported… Continue reading
City council members are waiting until Sept. 7 to make any further decisions about the sculpture.
Organizers are excited but still making the safety of guests and vendors a top priority.