For Dannie Brown, Tour de Whidbey is a great way to encourage others make environmentally friendly decisions.
Like many young aspiring business owners, South Whidbey residents Tiffany and Damien Cortez had a vision.
A 3-year-old Oak Harbor girl is healing after a she was bitten in the face by a pit bull last week.
A rural event-center permit issued to Whidbey Wayfarer Farm in Langley is being appealed by neighbors who don’t want weddings to be held there.
Island County will join with all Washington counties in the creation of regional coalitions to address a rising population of veterans in crisis.
A well-known Oak Harbor man who allegedly was impersonating a police officer for years was recently arrested.
Sometimes, the tiniest things can be cause for celebration.
Island Transit will hire an outside consultant to conduct a study on whether it makes sense to charge fares on the island’s buses.
Island County residents should take on the issues that affect their community.
No injuries were reported as result of a minor deck fire in Oak Harbor Thursday afternoon.
Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kathy Reed was fired suddenly Friday.
Commissioners with the North Whidbey Park and Recreation plan to rescind the recent appointment of one of two commissioners to the elected board.
Oak Harbor Christian School honored the men and women who serve last Thursday in observance of Patriot Day.
Service members, firefighters and first responders bowed their heads in silence at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station Thursday as a show of respect for the nearly 3,000 lives lost in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Island County commissioners voted to extend the public hearing on the fish and wildlife update another few weeks.
A former bookkeeper who stole from two North Whidbey community organizations was recently sentenced to prison.
An Oak Harbor care facility employee took a “Ride Two Remember” Monday in an effort to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association.
Two six-year plans, for capital improvement and transportation, were adopted Monday by Island County commissioners regular meeting.
For Langley resident Kim Tinuviel, colors have always struck a special chord.
A former South Whidbey man who’s hiding from the long arm of the law in China was banned recently from the Island County Sheriff’s Office Facebook for trollish activities, according to Detective Ed Wallace.