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Veteran newspaper reporter Dan Richman joined the staff of the Whidbey News-Times this week.
Flyers produces six beers year round and an assortment of other speciality beers that appear seasonally, or when time allows Savoy to brew an extra batch. The craft brewery is producing some of the best beers in the country. Two beers developed by Savoy recently won top awards at a national competition — again.
Shopping in Langley may be a bit easier this year following a collaborative effort by city and business leaders.
Camden Schutte, of Oak Harbor, has been named as one of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC’s 30 Under 30.
Oak Harbor Lions Club trailer has received a much-needed renovation courtesy of three local businesses.
Spokane-based Red Lion Hotels Corporation announced Tuesday that Whidbey Coffee will be served in the lobbies of Red Lion Hotels and Red Lion Inn & Suites within the next two months.
A familiar storefront in historic downtown Oak Harbor has changed its name, shuffled ownership and brought in new inventory.
Twenty-three years after leaving Coupeville, Concerts on the Cove founders David and Pat Howell have returned to town, hoping to leave their mark once again.
After 23 years away from Coupeville, former Concerts on the Cove founders David and Pat Howell returned this month with plans for getting back involved with the community.
The Coupeville Chamber of Commerce is exploring ways to better serve its membership.
The Greenbank Farm Management Group is looking for interested parties to take over its wine shop.
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.