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After deejaying in London, one South Whidbey cider maker is branching out.
A popular wintertime performance will be offered virtually this year.
She turns abstract forms into some of the region’s most beloved public art, including the Pike Place Market pig.
Sno-Isle Libraries is tentatively moving forward with plans to remodel and update the Langley Library to improve its accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act… Continue reading
One citizen was skeptical of Puget Sound Energy’s smart meters.
A Langley woman will showcase her miniature achitecture skills on a Christmas-themed TV show.
Both the pilot and co-pilot died at the scene on Nov. 11.
The “Gauntlets” of VAQ-136 hung a large sign to mark the Growler squadron’s 50th anniversary.
A friend of the Machine Shop in Langley is asking for help to keep its doors open.
Water and stormwater rates will increase by 6 percent, and sewer will go up by 8 percent.
Two Whidbey residents recently received awards from the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, recognizing their services to their parishes. Molly Felder-Grimm, a parish administrator at St.… Continue reading
Whidbey’s thrift stores have seen an influx of donations during the pandemic.
The group is gearing up to make 700 meals and is looking for volunteers.
Sculpture aficionados will have the chance to get their hands on their own miniature casts handmade by artist Georgia Gerber and her husband, Randy Hudson.… Continue reading