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New statements and political fundraising from Gov. Inslee point toward a 2020 presidential bid
Amy Carey of Vashon Island Pet Protectors said islanders should not call to him or run after him.
An investigation of an island woman offering pain management services on Vashon has been concluded.
The district needs to tend to its ailing infrastructure, according to officials.
Other districts in the state are asking elected officials to provide more funds for education.
Despite environmental awareness and the public’s apparent desire for reform, statewide initiatives keep failing
The small island community relies on local volunteers and individual awareness to prepare for a major earthquake.
Three years after an alarming report made national headlines, locals are quietly preparing disaster.
There is no doubt the island’s recent turn as host to a cougar inspired a full spectrum of feelings within the community, from fear and… Continue reading
The first annual Santa Paws event was held on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 4 Paws Veterinary Clinic. Islanders came with their critters of all kinds… Continue reading
The Vashon Maury Island Community Food Bank hosted a food drive during the annual island tree lighting on Saturday, Dec. 1. Despite inclement weather, the… Continue reading
Vashon Partners in Education recently provided more than $55,000 in grants to island educators for a variety of projects and programs. For more than 30… Continue reading
Raab’s Lagoon, on Maury Island, has had various names, various uses and various openings over the 16,000 years since the Vashon glacier retreated and left… Continue reading
The Vashon Park District continues to meet its operating targets and expenses as it heads into 2019 with a balanced budget, though an election for… Continue reading
The Wild Mermaid, a new restaurant next to Vashon’s north-end ferry dock, opened last week featuring specialty coffees, buttery baked goods and sandwiches-to-go, all served… Continue reading
Schedule will reduce service from Vashon to Fauntleroy.
“We are capturing and archiving an intersection of personal and professional history.”
David Warren has been looking for a new location for more than a year, but time is growing short
Fruitcake deserves a little respect.
For 30 years, islander Karen Biondo has made this event happen