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A Langley herbalist whose business sprouted during the pandemic has opened a new studio.
Orca Network celebrates 20th anniversary
Voter turnout this year in Island County was 49%, well above the state average of 39%.
As winter sets in, there is a dire need for everyone to be dressed warmly.
Photos: Santa Claus handed out candy canes to children Saturday evening in Langley.
John Norris found custom-made tools that were hand-forged during the first half of the 20th century.
All city employees of Langley will soon need to follow a new vaccination rule.
After five years in the department, Langley’s Chief of Police is set to retire from his position.
What started as a children’s picture book evolved to a 260-page novel for readers ages 9-12.
Council members will revisit agenda items that were discussed during the month’s first meeting.
Local farmers are asking county commissioners to support a cherished Whidbey staple — the farmstand.
The market creator hopes that shoppers will see the value in buying locally this holiday season.
Debbie Wilkie has rescued thousands of creatures, but saving little lives can be expensive.
Four swimmers from South Whidbey will be representing the region at the upcoming state swim meet.
The average household in Langley could be paying over $100 more annually in utility bills next year.
A piece of South Whidbey farmland on Lone Lake may be protected from development in perpetuity.
An unexpectedly hot race for the South Whidbey Fire/EMS board ended happily for both candidates.
Langley residents voted for change in what will become known as a historically significant election.
The feasibility study for a South Whidbey aquatics center is wrapping up with unexpected results.
Several Oak Harbor runners have qualified for the upcoming state cross country meet.