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An interim executive director took the helm at Vashon Community Care early this month, a time of transition and some controversy at the center, which… Continue reading
About 350 vehicles descended on Engels Repair & Towing last Sunday.
Pilot program renewed on island for two years.
This is the second in a series of stories about Vashon connections to the refugee experience. This week highlights three who sought to bring joy… Continue reading
On Voice of Vashon, Kevin Hoffberg explained his abrupt resignation.
Kevin Hoffberg submitted his resignation Wednesday night, effective immediately
Elsa Croonquist hopes to capture local stories and develop partnerships with Vashon’s nonprofits.
“Push, pull or drag it — we don’t care if you’ve even washed it.”
Cub Scout Pack 275 recently made sack lunches and care packages for those in need.
A candidate forum will be scheduled for the fall.
Increases are set to take effect this fall and again next spring.
Patrick Hurley is living in two worlds, one on Vashon and the other as a planner for Peace Winds USA
Contractor bid evaluation process underway; some trails will be temporarily closed to public.
Howling survey, scat studies and wildcam footage provide information
Ian Moore wowed the crowd that came to watch his performance in the Summer Concerts series.
The latter half of August should bring wonderful conditions for stargazing.
Elements of Recovery provides confidential assessments tailored to the needs of those seeking help.
Fundraising will support improved accessibility for elderly and disabled people at the park.
Residents have moved; memory care expected by spring.
Cheryl Lubbert and Jim Gerlach, owners of Vashon perry and cider company Nashi Orchards, have recently opened a second location for tastings and production. “We… Continue reading