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Spooky season is back in swing and there are plenty of events that promise a ghoulishly good time.
Gabrielle Robles is taking guests on a Haunted History Tour of Whidbey Island on Oct. 29 and 30.
Some employees may leave their jobs because they won’t comply with the governor’s vaccination mandate.
A viral TikTok challenge has touched Whidbey, but the trend was short-lived.
By the next day, the boat had washed ashore on the Navy’s property in Crescent Harbor.
The driver’s passenger made it through mostly unscathed.
When Jim Sherman and Michael Ferri moved to Coupeville, they brought four old friends with them.
High school sports are back in full swing, but a lack of qualified referees could spell trouble.
Shellfish harvested from the affected areas after Aug. 16 should be disposed of.
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.
There are five new tsunami warning sirens on Whidbey Island to alert residents of impending threats.
A witness driving by the area of the fire saw someone lighting off bottle rockets or Roman candles.
Projects to revitalize a wharf and promote economic development near receiving federal funding.
Restoration work on the 155-year-old Haller House in Coupeville continues to make progress.
The Fish and Wildlife Department has removed more than 250 crab pots from marine areas 8-1 and 8-2.
Island becomes backup after Michigan locale falls through.
Ferry riders and park visitors have increased.
WhidbeyHealth Family Birthplace officials said some mothers will be referred to other hospitals.
Whidbey Island will soon receive millions of dollars of American Rescue Plan funding.
The two “Big Guns” at Fort Casey Historical State Park are undergoing a major makeover for the first time since they were brought to Whidbey… Continue reading