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Town of Coupeville is looking to hire a part-time building inspector and…
Recently departed Coupeville deputy Bo Miller was honored Tuesday evening for actions…
Coupeville’s Spring Clean Up Day will get a new day and location…
Coupeville Town Council will hold a special workshop to discuss the town’s…
Community members who love the Greenbank Farm are taking formal steps to…
Deciding fair market value for tenant rents at the Greenbank Farm may…
Town of Coupeville is preparing to return nearly $70,000 in park impact…
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Town of Coupeville will enter the coming year with a $4.46 million…
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Port employees say commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.
Coupeville Town Council is anticipated next week to approve new utility rates that will increase the average homeowner’s bill by $42.
Coupeville Town Council members assert that the Navy should consider areas near the Central Whidbey touch-and-go field as “directly impacted” by jet noise. After initially withholding comment, the town council last month responded to the Navy’s request for input on how jet noise at OLF Coupeville affects historic properties. The Navy made the request as part of the Environmental Impact Statement study which is required with the switch to EA-18G Growler jets.
Aaron Syring said he first learned several years ago during a parent-teacher conference that child hunger was an increasing problem in Oak Harbor That realization led to the creation of a program in Oak Harbor that was already up and running in other communities.
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.
The pretty purple fields at Lavender Wind Farm off West Beach are a far cry from last year’s “bumper” crop.
Pretty soon electric cars will have a free charging station in Central Whidbey.
Members of the Coupeville Town Council got their first look at proposed utility rate increases during a special workshop and some council members were concerned the rate hikes might not be high enough.
Penn Cove Water Festival kicks off its 25th year today in downtown Coupeville.
This weekend’s Penn Cove MusselFest is about extra everything. Expect extra tour boats, extra shuttles, extra bathrooms, extra music and, most importantly, extra chowder tasting tickets.
Some downtown Coupeville merchants aren’t happy about new rules imposed for the Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival that they say could hurt business.
An inspection of the Coupeville Wharf shows part of the structure has settled about 2 inches because of rotting piling caps.
An 82-year-old Oak Harbor man died Tuesday morning in a five-car accident north of Dugualla Bay.
An 82-year-old Oak Harbor man died Tuesday morning in a five car accident north of Dugualla Bay. The accident sent three people to area hospitals and shut down Highway 20 near Jones Road for several hours while police investigated.
Santa’s satellite workshop in Oak Harbor may be a little light on gifts for some boys and girls this holiday season.
The Coupeville Festival Association gave out more than $28,000 in community grants Monday night that help support the artistic and historic culture of Central Whidbey.
There’s always something new to see during Coupeville resident Jack Tingstad’s annual model railroad open house.
Tony Popp, a public affairs officer for Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, reported that maximum winds were recorded at 57 mph at 2:02 p.m. and the fastest sustained two-minute winds were recorded at 45 mph at 2:12 p.m. North Whidbey Fire and Rescue had a few more calls than Oak Harbor.
Representatives with Frontier Building Supply confirmed Friday the business will be opening a Coupeville location.
Ghosts and goblins will be sneaking out of the dark recesses of Coupeville as the Haunting of Coupeville starts Saturday, offering a month of hauntingly fun activities.
The Port of Coupeville held a special meeting Friday after learning previous action taken in regard to tenant leases at Greenbank Farm was not legal.
In the process of moving into a new 12,544-square-foot shelter, administrators for Whidbey Animal Improvement Foundation have barely time enough to catch their breath.
After 20 years with Whidbey General Hospital, spokeswoman Trish Rose has left her position to work for Naval Hospital Oak Harbor.