Challenges facing Island Transit go beyond the financial mess that came to light this past summer.
Chowder aficionados don’t have to wait much longer.
At 6:45 a.m., a woman on Southwest 24th Avenue reported waking up to find a man “who supposedly” was her boyfriend attempting to have sex with her friend. She said the man refused to leave.
A Central Whidbey citizen group is amping up the scope of its fight against the Navy’s increasing presence in Puget Sound.
Saturday was a day of firsts for Mark Saia. Saia and his father, Gerry, took turns at the helm of a boat, named Suva, built in 1925, experiencing the history of the schooner, how she handles on the water, and her strengths and limitations.
On his return trip to Bellingham after a visit to Port Angeles Wednesday, John Clougher passed through Oak Harbor with more than just a few community suggestions weighing on his mind.
A group of Oak Harbor High School girls will get a chance to learn about the currently male-dominated fields of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.
The price tag for flushing a toilet in Oak Harbor may be much higher than anyone anticipated.
Whidbey General Hospital is violating the law by not providing abortion services, the American Civil Liberties Union claims.
Beach access advocates have something to celebrate.
Hat Island is getting more crowded by the second, according to Apple Inc.
Eighth-graders at North Whidbey Middle School got the chance to trace the roots in their family trees.
Whidbey General Hospital’s new CEO will earn a base of $279,000 per year with a potential annual bonus of nearly $70,000, according to a contract to be finalized March 9.
An Oak Harbor man found dead in a Clinton ravine this past October died of natural causes, the Island County coroner has determined.
There’s yearning in Fannie Dean’s voice as she walks the halls of her unfinished church and talks about her mission to complete it.
A suspected South Whidbey burglar has inspired a bill in Olympia that would make jail booking photos open to the public.
A longtime Oak Harbor resident who was arrested last year for allegedly impersonating a police officer filed a claim for damages against the city last Friday.
For speech and language therapist Janice Flinn, sounds are “the basis for language.”
Jackie Henderson’s first meeting on the Island Transit board was an eventful marathon session in which the board adopted new routes, purchased new buses and rejected a headhunting proposal.
From the moment it was unloaded from a flatbed truck Tuesday, Oak Harbor’s newest piece of public art drew stares from passersby.