The leadership of Island Transit continued down a bumpy road this week.
Next summer the Navy will begin work on demolishing a finger pier on Seaplane Base and building a new breakwater in Crescent Harbor.
Fees charged for permits and consulting services from Island County planners may be revised by county commissioners.
Attendance and accuracy are becoming the top two issues for former coworkers and Island County treasurer candidates Wanda Grone and incumbent Ana Maria Nuñez’s.
Visiting from upstate New York, Rich Napierala got word of the salmon fishing on the western shores of Whidbey Island and decided to give it a try.
Island County’s early budget draft aims to restore a number of positions and pushes for upgrades in technology.
A 21-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that he assaulted his wife and a child at their Whidbey home.
KIRA JUNE LYSENE, 7 pounds, 13 ounces, was born Sept. 2. She is the daughter of Adam and Julie Lysene.
HARPER ROSE ANDERSON, 8 pounds, 1 ounce, was born Sept. 12. She is the daughter of Mitchell and Rebecca Anderson of Oak Harbor.
The following items were selected from reports made to the Island County Sheriff’s Office:
Whidbey Island residents should expect to see a whole lotta hogs on the roads this weekend.
A registered sex offender is accused of victimizing another underage Oak Harbor girl, according to court documents.
Tour de Whidbey was a great success for Whidbey General Hospital’s foundation.
Whidbey Island beach access advocates are celebrating this week following the announcement that the beach at Glendale will be reserved for public use.
Island County Sheriff Mark Brown provided yet another sign that summer is over this week.
There’s big leadership changes on the horizon for Whidbey General Hospital.
North Whidbey Park and Recreation District is working to fill a vacant board seat and swim coach position.
As Island County enters its annual budget cycle, preliminary numbers show rebounding tax revenue.
The Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Detachment Northwest from NAS Whidbey Island Naval Air Station will conduct explosive ordnance disposal training in the vicinity of Crescent Harbor on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Two businesses on Midway Boulevard were vandalized with BB guns over the weekend.