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Oak Harbor city staff is recommending a third option for an access road to a planned regional park.
The Coupeville school board adopted resolutions to approve three levies to appear on the ballot.
Deputies negotiated the peaceful surrender of an assault suspect who refused to leave his car.
All city employees of Langley will soon need to follow a new vaccination rule.
Two separate car crashes just south of Deception Pass bridge sent two people to the hospital Sunday.
Two people were injured in a car accident on the afternoon of Friday, Nov. 19.
After five years in the department, Langley’s Chief of Police is set to retire from his position.
Oak Harbor officials expressed interest in moving forward with rebuilding the windmill.
Of the handful of exemptions granted, most were religious.
A developer and the city of Oak Harbor finalized a unique agreement.
President Joe Biden’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure act will help fund ferries in Washington state.
The Lighting of Langley, an annual tree-lighting ceremony, will begin at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 27.
The Coupeville clinic did not yield the same high turnout as those in South Whidbey and Oak Harbor.
For the first time in state history, the Supreme Court will define new congressional and legislative districts.
Fire departments fielded high volumes of calls as wind gusts reached speeds of up to 61 mph.
Island County government will soon have a county administrator for the first time in its history.
The horse slipped into a narrow trench around 7 p.m., hitting and breaking her jaw during the fall.
Thanksgiving travelers planning a ferry ride over the holidays should prepare for busy sailings.
An Oak Harbor man was allegedly beating his wife when their grade-school son intervened Nov 14.
Council members will revisit agenda items that were discussed during the month’s first meeting.