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Dawn Smith and Will Hawkins of Greenbank officially took ownership of Rainshadow Nursery on Oct. 1.
A new landscaping company is specializing in a fast-growing plant that is beautiful and sustainable.
The new business, IC Teriyaki, is owned and operated by Eli Imbery and Carol Coble.
If you’ve ever wanted to do bicep curls with a chicken or goat walking by, now might be your chance.
Graham Colar and Andrew Curtis deliver groceries and run errands on South Whidbey.
Daily visitors to Island County boomed this year despite COVID, with economic impact far-reaching.
A popular Coupeville spa and salon will be spotlighted in a reality makeover show this week.
Whidbey Farm and Market has close to 100 local products.
Sound Publishing has launched a local stimulus program to help businesses adapt in a rapidly evolving economic environment. Based in Everett, Sound is the publisher… Continue reading
An island-wide power outage and a pandemic couldn’t keep Zanini’s Deli from opening in Oak Harbor.
A new mother wanted a candle she could use around her baby so she made her own.
PNW Vibes in Oak Harbor offers a variety of items handmade by Pacific Northwest creators.
Edmonds College and Everett Community College report increases of workers interested in education.
The Blue Peony has been in business for years but opened its first storefront in Langley this summer.
It’s a completely mobile business.
The former president stepped down to focus on her own business.
The newest addition to Oak Harbor’s grooming salon Posh Puppies may have rolled into town in June, but starting this month it officially welcomed its… Continue reading
I’m always intrigued by the fascinating, sometimes convoluted stories of how people we see all the time end up living on our Rock. But this… Continue reading
Shoppers looking for gifts beyond the usual online and big-box options have only to visit some of the many shops scattered across Whidbey Island. Known… Continue reading
If Damien and Tiffany Cortez could only say one thing about their new Coupeville restaurant, it would be: “It’s worth the walk.” The South Whidbey… Continue reading