A silver Dodge Dart heading eastbound into Oak Harbor on Highway 20 hit two cars, left the roadway and ended up on fire in an apartment complex parking lot this afternoon.
Oak Harbor Police are investigating four vehicle prowls reported Sunday evening in two different areas of the city.
Steve Layman, a biologist and expert falconer, employs his raptors at restaurants and farms from Whidbey Island to the East Coast.
The Board of Island County Commissioners Wednesday changed the county's Conservation Futures Fund Program to allow considering economics when contemplating conservation and to streamline the conservation review process.
Keep your eyes turned skyward in Oak Harbor Wednesday afternoon for a glimpse of the Blue Angels.
Tony Slowik was declared as the 2015 recipient of the Chief Warrant Officer Michael J. Novosel Award. The national award, presented annually by the Reserve Officers Association, recognizes the most outstanding chief warrant officer, encompassing all branches of U.S. military service.
Visitors and liveaboards at the Oak Harbor Marina may soon have a place nearby to pick up those forgotten items.
Honeybees have taken up residence behind Staley’s craft store after she allowed one of her quilting students, a beekeeper, to bring a man-made hive from home.
Congressman Rick Larsen is asking the secretary of defense to make an exception to a rule that would lead to the closure of the Women Infants and Children’s program at the Seaplane Base.
The South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District is looking at getting into the campgrounds business.
Aiming to curb traffic congestion and decrease collisions at Sharpes Corner, the state Department of Transportation is revisiting proposals for revamping Sharpes Corner, where Highway 20 turns south toward Whidbey Island. Among the ideas considered in the past are a large roundabout.
Island County Board of Directors voted unanimously Friday to continue service on the 411 routes that connect Whidbey and Camano islands with Skagit County until they hear definitively whether Island Transit will receive a $2.3 million grant.
The state Department of Health cited Whidbey General Hospital for violating a state law designed to ensure nurses and hospitals work together to create nurse staffing plans that keep patients safe.
Whidbey Island anglers will get one final weekend to try to land a chinook salmon in Admiralty Inlet as the recreational fishery for kings in Marine Area 9 concludes at the end of the day Sunday.
Bright sails will dot Penn Cove and Saratoga Passage over the next seven days as the Oak Harbor Yacht Club and Oak Harbor Marina host the 33rd Annual Whidbey Island Race Week July 18-24.
A metal sculpture depicting oak leaves blowing in the wind could greet visitors entering Oak Harbor from the north along Highway 20 in the near future.
Being a mother and a sailor Marine became a bit easier this month after the Navy tripled paid maternity leave for active duty women from six to 18 weeks.
With management plans in the air, Greenbank Farm tenants are expressing concerns about the future.
The U.S. Department of Justice and an attorney representing a group of Central Whidbey residents squared off in federal court Wednesday in a battle over jet noise.
A ban on fireworks in Island County seems unlikely now after one commissioner changed his mind on the potentially explosive policy change. But the commissioners may have come to an agreement on two changes to the fireworks rules, one of which would limit discharge of personal fireworks to July 3-5.