Donna Brown’s passion for fixing up old sewing machines has been put to good use at the annual Coupeville Lions Garage Sale, which takes place this weekend at Coupeville Elementary School.
For Island County Sheriff Mark Brown and the county commissioners, it simply doesn’t make sense to allow people to shoot off fireworks when dry weather conditions are dangerous enough to permit a burn ban.
Six months in and the new regimen at Greenbank Farm seems to be working for both staff and tenants.
Around Coupeville this time of year, it’s not uncommon to spot fawns tagging closely next to their mothers.
Parents of students new to the Coupeville School District may register their children in grades kindergarten through fifth grade at Coupeville Elementary School on Aug. 16-18.
Passengers who rely on Coupeville-to-Port Townsend ferry service breathed a sigh of relief last Thursday when a relief boat in South Puget Sound passed inspection, clearing the way for the resumption of two-boat service Sunday.
For the second time in as many months, ferry service between Coupeville and Port Townsend has been reduced to one boat due to a rudder issue. It will return to two vessels Sunday when the Chetzemoka returns to service across Admiralty Inlet.
Beware Whidbey Island drivers. It’s going to be a busy year for roadwork and next year won’t be any better.
Port of Coupeville commissioners gave the OK last week to begin installation of an electric vehicle charging station at the Greenbank Farm.
A judge may make a decision this summer on the ownership of a small piece of beachfront property in Greenbank that’s been in litigation for three years.
Emergency and military personnel from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island last week practiced how to handle that worst-case scenario as part of a large, multi-state drill dubbed “Cascadia Rising.”
With a few pulls from some strings, a purple sign with the new name of the hospital was revealed Monday morning in Coupeville: WhidbeyHealth Medical Center.
One of Whidbey Island’s most famous boats made headlines Sunday when it ran aground in the San Juan islands with a troop of Coupeville Boys Scouts aboard.
Members of the Coupeville Town Council got their first look at proposed utility rate increases during a special workshop last week and some council members were concerned the rate hikes might not be high enough.
The Town of Coupeville is hopping on the auction bandwagon this weekend and will be selling off some surplus treasures.
Sam Abell’s photographs have a life of their own. Whether capturing a scene amongst the stark crags of Newfoundland or the technicolor streets of Cuba, Abell’s pictures present far more than an image.
Ryan’s House for Youth began moving into its new digs in the former Countryside Inn near Coupeville on Tuesday.
It’s a line that Barbara Ballard has used for years. However, with her time winding down on her career as an English teacher at Coupeville High School, the line, like her, will soon be retired.
A group working to save Coupeville’s Haller House got a double dose of good news last week to keep alive hopes that it can purchase the home, restore it and one day turn it into a heritage and visitor center to showcase Washington’s territorial period.
The water has started to recede on a parcel of farmland that has been home to ducks, geese and a few plastic pink flamingos in recent months.