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T he Cascade Loop, including the Whidbey Scenic Isle Way, is now a National Scenic Byway.
Council members agreed to transfer the sculpture program from the arts commission to the nonprofit.
The city wants to discourage the use of insecticides within city limits although it can’t enforce it.
The aquatics center has been discussed for decades, but is finally beginning to make some progress.
Lynn Willeford’s impact will be felt for years to come in the South Whidbey community.
The fire’s cause is still under investigation but was likely not intentional.
Registration is now open for a class full of theater games, and an improv class for kids.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
The meeting will take place 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20 via Zoom.
A woman is asking for folks to help her with a research project exploring the years 1870-1940.
A Langley woman gives rides to people in need in her new van named “Cookie.”
Langley Kitchen has adapted to the times.
The Langley Arts Fund raised money for a new piece of public art in Clyde Alley.
The city council passed a resolution in opposition of the Navy’s proposed training in state parks.
Pixie Paris Rowe, a 1974 graduate of Langley High School and 1978 graduate of Seattle Pacific University, was ordained a priest on Nov. 21 in… Continue reading
Allen Fletcher’s family members haven’t given up on him since he disappeared from South Whidbey Harbor
Late fees and disconnections are suspended until June 2021.
Langley City Council to write a letter in opposition of the impending temporary ferry closure.
Retired school teacher pens new book about unlikely pairing.
Gift ideas with an island flair