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A North Whidbey couple were awakened in the morning of June 26 by a naked stranger in their house.
Live summertime entertainment, some of it taking place outdoors, is coming to the South End.
Kristen Griffin has retired as manager of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve.
A Navy man is facing a felony charge after trying to buy a gun against a judge’s orders.
Fewer people relied on local food banks because of government help during the pandemic.
Council members voted to discuss the final placement of the sculpture at their Aug. 4 meeting.
The newly renovated Rotary Memorial Bridge was dedicated at Windjammer Park Thursday.
This week the Recreation and Conservation Funding Board announced the award of 342 grants statewide.
Michael Cheatham is accused of violating a court order and failed to appear at a hearing June 30.
Oak Harbor’s center for people struggling with mental health issues or substance use opened June 28.
Ideas for spending American Rescue Plan funds range from bill assistance to crime scene equipment.
Langley city council members chose Scott Chaplin as the next mayor over Councilmember Thomas Gill.
Island County will be enforcing a Type I burn ban beginning at noon on June 30.
Island becomes backup after Michigan locale falls through.
Ferry riders and park visitors have increased.
According to the WSU weather station in Coupeville, temperatures reached 96 degrees on Monday.
Only 26.18 percent of responses favored the sculpture, while 70.66 percent said they do not want it.
This Sunday will bring out revelers from all over the island to celebrate the Fourth of July.
Wednesday’s free kick-off event will include a book swap and arts and crafts for all ages.