Fourth of July weekend will mean a lot of travel on and off the island, both on water and roads.
Nine breweries in the state, including two on Whidbey Island, created brews for the anniversary.
The rules regarding fireworks on the island depend on where people live.
This summer, live, local music on Whidbey Island is thriving.
Fourth of July celebrations on Whidbey Island will be back with a boom, for the most part.
North Whidbey Middle School ended the year with plenty of smiles, thanks to adorable puppies.
Residents can help an Oak Harbor mom fight stage 4 breast cancer.
Volunteer pilots took part in a giant international disaster drill on Saturday.
Anyone can now see live music during the work week in Coupeville, thanks to Waterfront Wednesdays.
Ken Stange described Bailey’s Corner Store as Whidbey Island’s best “well kept secret” for live music.
The Garry Oak Society is hosting a hands-on exploration event on June 21 at the Oak Harbor Library.
Thanks to a small class of students, residents across Oak Harbor have places to store their tools.
Residents will join together to commemorate the newest federal holiday this weekend.