The small buildings — yurts, with a Western twist — were built by Earth dweller Dan Neumeyer.
Tim Leonard, owner of the Machine Shop in Langley, recently decided he’ll call it quits this fall.
A first-time business owner’s dream of opening a cheese shop became a reality this year.
When he’s not out stopping crime, Tavier Wasser is helping couples get hitched. He’s a certified wedding officiant.
After three decades in operation, the owners of Whidbey Island Winery have announced their retirement.
The killer whales enjoy a diet of harbor seals, sea lions, porpoises and the occasional bird or squid.
The Mukilteo-Clinton route has mostly been operating with one boat instead of two since last fall.
Councilmember Rhonda Salerno withdrew her motion for a moratorium for new development proposals.
Each route has to go through several stages before service is restored to pre-pandemic levels.
A year ago, it was not unusual for a building permit request to take six to eight months to be fulfilled.
The island’s lone elk was sighted a few hours after an online rumor posited that “Bruiser” had died.
The market creator hopes that shoppers will see the value in buying locally this holiday season.
Local farmers are asking county commissioners to support a cherished Whidbey staple — the farmstand.
Debbie Wilkie has rescued thousands of creatures, but saving little lives can be expensive.
The land would be exclusively used for agricultural purposes with no public access created.
Despite a slight lull in August and September, it continues to be a seller’s market on Whidbey.
A photo on Facebook convinced an expert, and it could be the first black bear on the island in 50 years.
Some disabled folks say not enough thought went into improving the Mukilteo facility’s accessibility.
The financial advisor says he’s only fallen off his board twice in the past five years.
The cousins, ages 9 and 7, raced to rescue the toddler after seeing him fall off a dock on Deer Lake.