The last few hours of the candidate filing period last week were eventful.
A convicted child rapist is accused of raping a Coupeville woman.
Mayor Molly Hughes wrote a letter to Washington State Ferries expressing her disappointment.
Island Transit will offer bus rides on Sunday for the first time in the agency’s history.
Coupeville approved a letter in support of a grant application the Sound Defense Alliance submitted.
Coupeville is one of 17 districts in the state chosen to receive grant funding for a pilot program.
West Whidbey Avenue in Oak Harbor will undergo utility improvements and an overlay this summer.
No humans were injured but a kitty perished in a house fire in Clinton on Sunday night.
A barn on Frostad Road that was serving as a residence was damaged in a fire over the weekend.
Hoffman Road on North Whidbey was closed Wednesday to allow for a large trash cleanup.
A public hearing the Port of Coupeville hosted drew a large and fervent crowd of community members.
“The Laramie Project” tells the true story of the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard.
The South Whidbey School District must make significant budget cuts over the next two years.