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If the stars line up, construction of a $10.5 million effort to bring sewers to Freeland’s commercial core could begin as soon next summer.
Arriving in stealth and by means unknown, a clutch of at least eight chickens took up roost in Langley recently and, in short order, had town’s residents clucking. They have since been caught.
One of Whidbey Island’s finest and best-known law enforcement officers is sporting a new badge and uniform.
The Island County commissioners may soon have the flexibility they so desired last year to temporarily ban fireworks in times of extreme drought.
Whidbey General Hospital commissioners are expected to vote on a new name next week, even though all of the costs of rebranding aren’t clear.
WhidbeyHealth. No, it’s not a typo. It’s Whidbey General Hospital’s new name.
A Mutiny Bay man who was heard yelling “Burn, (expletive), burn” outside his house as flames spread through the living room is accused of setting his own house on fire over a grudge with his neighbor.
In the heart of downtown Langley is a little store where time stands still. It’s a place of warm incandescent light, little brass gears, tiny screws and old-world craftsmanship.
A respected Central Whidbey school teacher and tennis coach has bid adieu to a life of academia to become the proud new owner of Bailey’s Corner Store in Cultus Bay.
A winter storm this week severely damaged homes, seriously injured a Freeland man and left thousands on the South End without power for days.
Clinton resident Linda Thomas has pleaded not guilty in a California court to murder and other charges for the slaying of her sister last month.
Cary Gray: artist, author, sustainability nut, world record holder, wild man. Also capable of building semi-functional catapults, and currently works at Prima Bistro in Langley. If the 26-year-old St. Louis, Mo., native has a resume, it probably looks something like that. In town on a longer-than-expected pit stop, Gray is a free-spirit adventurer who’s been pedaling his way through the Americas since 2013.
The Clinton woman charged with the premeditated murder of her sister in California placed her own obituary in a Whidbey Island newspaper before the crime was committed. Linda Thomas, 71, went into the office of the South Whidbey Record on Sept. 22 and paid for the obituary. Island law enforcement also confirmed that Thomas was driven to California by a South Whidbey man.
An elderly Clinton woman traveled to her sister’s house in California carrying a handgun, zip ties and duct tape and a letter describing her wishes to be cremated. She then shot and killed her sibling before the gun was wrestled from her hands, according to a police report on the incident.
Overhead passenger loading at the Clinton ferry terminal isn’t an impossible dream, Washington’s District 10 senator said this week.
Despite the temporary opening of shellfish harvesting in Holmes Harbor this spring, the first in nine years, it doesn’t appear the area’s designation as a shellfish protection district will go away any time soon.
A two-week window for prospective buyers to make offers on the Holmes Harbor Golf Course has come and gone without a single bid. For Holmes Harbor Sewer District commissioners who are trying to shed unwanted ownership of the golf course’s 50 acres of fairways, that they didn’t get even a nibble was disappointing, but not surprising.
South Whidbey at Home will provide volunteer help to seniors on small but essential services.
An expert with the state Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation was in Freeland on Tuesday examining ancient human remains discovered at a home construction site.
The humpy salmon season is reaching its peak, and every day legions of anglers swarm Whidbey Island beaches for their share of pink gold.