The Clinton-to-Mukilteo ferry route is back in action.
By placing a chip under the skin of adopted pets, WAIF is helping ensure their return to owners
Service on the Clinton-to-Mukilteo ferry route was brought to a sudden halt Saturday morning after a large vehicle struck and…
An Oak Harbor man died in a high-speed collision in Freeland this week.
On the heels of what some say is the worst summer in recent memory for long ferry lines, a Whidbey Island group has its sights on the state’s fourth and final budgeted 144-car ferry.
The Port of South Whidbey got what it asked for this week, becoming the proud new owner of the Island County Fairgrounds.
A South Whidbey bicyclist is dead and another man is facing a vehicular homicide charge following a crash on East Harbor Road in Freeland Thursday evening.
A University of Washington researcher is hunting for answers about last year’s landslides in Old Clinton, and he’s seeking the community’s help.
Justin Brooks, a graduate student with the university’s Earth and Space Sciences, applied geoscience masters program, is studying the series of slides that destroyed or damaged several cabins on Campers Row Walk in 2014 and 2015.
An estimated 2,000 disadvantaged children and their families will visit the M-Bar-C Ranch in Freeland this summer. They’ll dress up in Old West-style clothes, ride horses and, for a brief moment, forget about the physical, mental, emotional and/or financial difficulties that makes their lives so hard.
A Langley Middle School chaperone was assaulted and hospitalized recently while on a sixth-grade field trip to Seattle.
The 60-year-old man was admitted to Harborview Med-ical Center in Seattle where he was treated for injuries. The Seattle Police Department declined to identify the victim, and school district officials, including South Whidbey schools Superintendent Jo Moccia, Langley Middle School Principal Jim McNally and a school board member said they did not know who the man is.
State troopers had probable cause to draw blood from Michelle Nichols without a warrant, and the results will be admissible in court, an Island County judge ruled Thursday.
Admissibility of key evidence in a South Whidbey vehicular homicide case will be decided at a hearing Friday in Coupeville.
An unplanned trip for ice cream turned two South Whidbey teens into real-life rescuers this week.