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There’s a new deputy patrolling the not-so-mean streets of Coupeville, but don’t…
As a new year approaches, leaders with the Port of Coupeville are…
The board for the Port of Coupeville is back to being three…
Volunteers are hard at work this week decorating and organizing for the…
The Coupeville Festival Association awarded more than $31,000 in community grants last…
Results from the Town of Coupeville’s independent testing of its water supply…
Coupeville Town Council approved a request last week to hire two consultants…
Town of Coupeville will go into 2017 with a budget reflecting additional…
As people gear up for the holiday season, Coupeville merchants are giving…
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Coupeville Mayor Molly Hughes will get a large pay raise in 2017.…
The repeal of a motion by Port of Coupeville commissioners last week…
The weeks leading up to the firing of Port of Coupeville Executive…
The Coupeville Lions Club has been hard at work since the summer renovating the kitchen shelter at Coupeville Town Park.
Coupeville’s month of Halloween fun is coming to an end this weekend with a grand finale of events.
The former interim director of Port of South Whidbey will be moving on up to help the Port of Coupeville.
Port employees say commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.
Employees for the Port of Coupeville say board commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.
The former interim director of the Port of South Whidbey will be helping with the other port on the island.
A former Port of Coupeville employee said she resigned this month because the working environment between staff and commissioners became so toxic and hostile that she was concerned for her health.
A vote by Port of Coupeville commissioners last week to terminate the executive director also resulted in the resignation of its board president.
Mike Diamanti resigned today as president of the board of commissioners for the Port of Coupeville.
Commissioners for the Port of Coupeville voted 2-1 today to fire Executive Director Forrest Rambo, effective immediately.
There’s still time to sign up for the Harvest Fest Relay Races. The annual event, which raises money for the Gifts From the Heart food bank, is being held at noon Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Coupeville Farmer’s Market.
Groups and businesses in and around Coupeville are dusting off their ghouls and goblins in preparation for the annual Haunting of Coupeville celebration.
Coupeville’s Wastewater Treatment Plant was recognized by the state Department of Ecology for the sixth year in a row for outstanding performance just as utility Superintendent Willy LaRue resigned from his position.
The Town of Coupeville may be small, but it gets a lot accomplished, said Mayor Molly Hughes during her first-ever State of the Town Address last week.
Coupeville residents can see for themselves what the difference is between two types of LED lights the town is considering installing.
Coupeville Town Council is anticipated next week to approve new utility rates that will increase the average homeowner’s bill by $42.
The new changing station is up and running at Greenbank Farm and was installed as part of the Greenbank Farm Community Solar Project.
The event was brought back by farm managers, the Port of Coupeville, due to community demand. The event also coincided with the 20th anniversary of the community saving the farm from development. The two-day event included live music, an adult pie-eating contest, food and a beer garden.
With eight months under her belt as Coupeville mayor, Molly Hughes will give her first State of the Town Address next week.
Coupeville Town Council members asserted that the Navy should consider areas near the Central Whidbey touch-and-go field as “directly impacted” by jet noise.
Sunshine Drip Coffee Lounge opened earlier this month and has been serving a steady stream of customers ever since.
Under sunny skies and despite an abundance of events on Whidbey over the weekend, attendance was strong for this year’s Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival.
Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival organizers are finalizing last-minute details before one of Whidbey Island’s largest events of the year gets underway Friday.
Members of the Coupeville Town Council said they could not provide comment on a portion of the Navy’s Environmental Impact Statement without further clarification.
The pretty purple fields at Lavender Wind Farm off West Beach are a far cry from last year’s “bumper” crop.
The Coupeville Marshal’s Office will see a change in command starting Sept. 1.
Coupeville Town Council is considering changing the way it approves some of its land-use applications.