“Are you tired of your coaches having that dark, empty look?” That’s the question Mark Malmkar presents to those visiting his website, PalaceCarCo.com
As the finest silk flowers are to real blooms, so John Antonia’s “preserved trees” are to the living, miniature potted trees that comprise the ancient Japanese art of bonsai.
A new, family-owned bouldering gym has opened its doors in Anacortes.
Homes for sale continued to be tight last month in Island County, with only 412 active listings, down 20 percent from April 2015’s 515, according to numbers released May 5 by the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.
The theme of this year’s Whidbey Telecom directory-cover contest is “What brings you happiness?” the company said in a prepared release.
Members of Oak Harbor’s Main Street Association last week joined a state architect for a walking tour of the historic downtown aimed at identifying exterior maintenance and design issues that, if fixed, could increase the area’s visual appeal.
Island County ranked fifth among Washington state counties when it comes to spending its property-tax dollars most effectively, according to a recent assessment by SmartAsset, a New York City-based analysis firm that analyzes complex financial matters including student loans, mortgages and refinancing.
The old-time Western-style facade of Greene’s Gunshop on North Whidbey hints at what lies within: a dark wood-paneled, homey-feeling tribute to history. Sure, you can find some modern-day rifles and handguns at Greene’s, and there’s a pistol range out back. But the emphasis is firmly on the past.