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Spooky season is back in swing and there are plenty of events that promise a ghoulishly good time.
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.
A contemporary dance company founded during the pandemic is planning its first show outdoors.
David Parent is accustomed to treating wildlife as often as domestic animals at his vet practice.
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.
Projects to revitalize a wharf and promote economic development near receiving federal funding.
The Fish and Wildlife Department has removed more than 250 crab pots from marine areas 8-1 and 8-2.
Langley city council members chose Scott Chaplin as the next mayor over Councilmember Thomas Gill.
Amanda Ferrara owns 14 scaly friends of her own, each with its own unique personality.
Ferry riders and park visitors have increased.
Whidbey Island will soon receive millions of dollars of American Rescue Plan funding.
Jean Cravy’s SWE class got a hands-on look at three ways to create power without fossil fuels.
Candidates must file for the election May 17-21.
It’s an odd, triangle-shaped piece of pavement down by the South Whidbey Harbor.
A couple of special vaccination clinics are planned for this week. Island County Public Health will host a pop-up vaccine clinic during the first day… Continue reading
South Whidbey High School students led the charge at a Langley City Council meeting last week.
Council members dropped their support for changing the food truck ordinance.
There are as many as 30 businesses looking for help in Langley alone.