The waters of Penn Cove will be dotted with a fleet of sailboats this weekend as the Oak Harbor High School sailing team hosts the Northwest Interscholastic Sailing Association Double Handed District Championships Friday through Sunday, April 24-26.
The howling wind that whistled outside the Coupeville Garden Club greenhouse brought out some light humor among members.
Island County leaders are banding together to pressure state leaders for a fair share of marijuana sales tax revenue.
The Greenbank Farm solar project may finally see completion. The Port of Coupeville approved an agreement this month for Greenbank Community Solar LLC, a Mount Vernon based company, to lease the three remaining plots at the farm.
A handful of historic building owners in Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve received a combined $56,000 in preservation grants this year. Of the eight grant recipients, two are Front Street business owners, which Reserve staff hope add to the awareness of the Ebey’s Forever program.
As a middle school science teacher, Terry Welch can tell you what’s the matter with matter and is crystal clear in her understanding of rock formations. But interpreting a message on her iPhone can sometimes still be an adventure.
After nearly six months of negotiating, a contract for management of the Greenbank Farm was approved last week, dispelling rumors the publicly owned farm was at risk.
Whidbey Island will get a bit of national exposure in the coming months after a film production company shoots a car commercial on the island next week.
Coupeville resident Lisa Bernhardt announced this week she will run for one of two known open seats coming up with Coupeville Town Council.
Linda Gipson is not guilty of assaulting a patient at Whidbey General Hospital. That was the ruling Friday by jurors in Island County District Court who deliberated for about 90 minutes.
A group of volunteers for the Town of Coupeville are going door-to-door to help raise awareness of how to be prepared in an emergency.
The cause of death for a 25-year-old inmate at the Island County Jail may be dehydration, according to Island County Coroner Robert Bishop.
Coupeville Town Councilwoman Molly Hughes announced this week that she will run for mayor. Hughes, who is serving her 12th year on the council, announced that last month that she would not run for her council seat again.
The National Weather Service issued a special weather statement warning of a strong cold front causing high winds and the possibility of hail.
A historic ferry landing ramp in Coupeville was inadvertently reduced to rubble this week during a demolition project designed to remove an aging structure that rested on top of it.
Ballots go into the mail Friday for Coupeville School District’s proposed $5-million capital facilities levy. Votes must be postmarked by Tuesday, April 28 or filed that day by 8 p.m.
Residents of a Central Whidbey neighborhood struck by a massive landslide two years ago have filed lawsuits against Island County.
Months after the Coupeville Town Council approved an ordinance to change part of Front Street to a one-way road, city workers finally put up signs this month, causing some confusion for drivers.
Soroptimist International of Coupeville is celebrating its 25th annual Easter Egg Hunt in grand style.
A mild winter and early spring means visitors will have more variety at the start of the Coupeville Farmers Market Saturday. Gearing up for its 37th consecutive year, the market will hold its regular schedule of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays at the Coupeville Community Green.