For the last three years, islander and origami artist Alice Larson has fulfilled a heart-driven mission to hand out origami hearts to strangers on Valentine’s Day.
Washington native and Vashon newcomer Luke Tedder has taken over the role of pastor at Bethel Church and says he is excited to begin reaching out and welcoming the close-knit island community.
The Harbor School’s Board of Trustees has recently hired Mark McGough as the new head of school.
The Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness, with the help of over 1,000 volunteers, will perform its 36th One Night Count of those without shelter between 2 and 5 a.m. on Friday.
After six months of serving Mediterranean-inspired small plates from a restaurant nestled between the print shop and VALISE in downtown Vashon, Isola is closing its doors.
Members of committee will provide advice, recommendations to county about official planning document
Our island sits on a fault line that is overdue for an earthquake. In case of a major disaster, King County has already told island residents that they will be on their own, likely for weeks.
Students in a third-grade class at Chautauqua recently provided a different kind of nourishment for patrons of the Vashon Maury Community Food Bank: a Little Free Library stocked with books.
Islanders with children are invited to get a voucher for a wearable light to help them be visible in the dark.
Jeanne Dougherty, founder and owner of the island financial business Dogwood Associates, is retiring from the business and handing over the ownership reins.
As the presidential debates continue to spark conversations and controversy about immigration, a local high school freshman is tackling the subject head-on by travelling to the Arizona-Mexico border to learn about the issue.
More than 50 volunteers last year helped the Vashon Friends of the Library put on its fundraising events, a huge improvement over the seven members that sat around the organization's meeting table a couple years ago.