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Marissa Evans and Karen Cox of Windermere give the Oak Harbor Senior Center some love earlier this month. Windermere staff organize a service project each June to give back to the community. The annual event was first started in 1984.
The Oak Harbor Lions Club is selling ripe Bing and Rainier cherries 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., starting Tuesday, June 16.
Blueberry, strawberry harvests are expected 2 weeks early.
A new Oak Harbor eatery is taking a bite out of portion sizes and prices.
Collecting things with unique histories has been an occupation for Kim Christianson nearly her entire life.
In the two years he’s had his own barber shop in Oak Harbor, Lampton Lawrence has created quite the following. On a recent weekday Lawrence had five men sitting in his small Midway Boulevard barber shop waiting for one of his legendary haircuts.
You can hardly walk into Oak Harbor’s Roller Barn without noticing the faded red paint chipping from its rough exterior. Tony Maggio is aware of the painting need there yet must crane his neck to size up the project’s scope.
Kaleafa, Oak Harbor’s first recreational marijuana retailer, is hoping to change the face of pot consumption.
Gary Santiago’s passion for cycling goes back to his childhood.
Even on her day off, Hilary Gardner-Carpenter couldn’t stay away.
Mike Beech, a former sheriff’s deputy who has worked on some of the county’s most grizzly crimes, admits his new bike shop in Coupeville will be a change of pace.
As much as Kay Daniel loved her bookstore and hated the idea of closing it, no other ending seemed possible until the day her son intervened two years ago.
Oak Harbor’s grocery store carousel has finally stopped turning, leaving customers and store employees with a chance to start gathering their bearings. Safeway re-emerged Friday morning in Oak Harbor, opening its doors at a new location after a month-long hiatus and returning a banner familiar to the city since 1967.
Eight “pubs” along Pioneer Way in Oak Harbor competed for the title of “Best Irish Pub” on St. Patrick’s Day.
Clear skies and national promotion brought record crowds into Coupeville over the weekend.
Oak Harbor’s new Heartbeat Safety Center is about more than just CPR.
The Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce will host its annual awards banquet and fundraiser, the OHscars, this weekend.
Members of the Coupeville business community recognized outstanding leaders and welcomed a new batch of board members Thursday during the annual installation and Excellence in Business Awards Dinner.
Future brides and grooms will get another opportunity to see what Whidbey Island has to offer during a bridal show in Oak Harbor Saturday.
A bridal show is returning to the Oak Harbor Best Western Plus Harbor Plaza and Conference Center Feb. 21.
None of Whidbey Island’s three RadioShack stores are closing despite news this week that RadioShack Corp. filed for bankruptcy and is shuttering more than 1,700 stores nationwide.
The national drug store chain has been in the process of purchasing the longtime and locally owned South Whidbey pharmacy for months, and the acquisition wrapped up this month when operations formally changed hands. Wasting no time, the old Linds sign came down that very afternoon and a new Rite Aid sign went up.
Owners of The Rock Wood Fire Kitchen is demanding that Hot Rock Pizza in Oak Harbor stop using its name and logo.
Sometimes, being an artist in a cooperative gallery involves painting walls as well as canvases.
Santa and his fleet of elven workers would be mighty proud of Gerry Betz and Larry Lowary, the masterminds behind the popular Tree-Top Baking.
Dena Royal said she has eight to 10 people a week come into her store asking to copy documents.
Kelly Cameron puts in 12-hour days in his woodworking shop, a cavernous space in Clinton off Cultus Bay Road.
The handshake is the first indication that this is no ordinary hot dog vendor.
Bob Johnson takes pride in building things that last.
Every scrap of metal and piece of wood has a story.
For as far back as he can remember, Eli Loera envisioned something like this.
Even as gas prices have dipped under $3 a gallon, Ben Hill hasn’t noticed a significant increase in gas customers at the Skagit Farmers Supply Country Store in Oak Harbor.
A new business on Front Street is hoping to satisfy downtown’s sweet tooth.
This year’s Weddings on Whidbey and Events Tour is not just for the blushing bride.
Whidbey Coffee in historic downtown Oak Harbor is about to make the most of its saltwater view.
The Windermere Foundation will host its annual fundraiser this week to help families in crisis.
After two years of work and planning, Steve Metcalfe and Suzette Keller’s feed and tack has a storefront in Oak Harbor.
When Jeremy Cornwell got word that the first patient at his new physical therapy clinic in Oak Harbor was about to arrive, he knew the moment wouldn’t be right unless he shared it with his wife.
Even after 36 years of painting homes on Whidbey Island, Phil Broderick can still feel a little uneasy when a customer deadline approaches.
Alonso Rodriguez can remember when “Lupe” stood only waist high and wandered around his parents’ Mexican restaurant looking for something to eat.