Barry Berezowski is no longer planning and economic development director for the City of Poulsbo. Berezowski’s employment ended at the end of the day Aug. 23 after a meeting with Mayor Becky Erickson.
The City of Bremerton will celebrate Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian at a community event 5:30 p.m. Aug. 29 at Bremerton High School's Performing Arts Center.
On Sept. 25, Patrick Knotts shared a meme on his Facebook page that read, “I’m either going out for ice cream or to commit a felony … I’ll decide in the car.” Less than two months later, prosecutors allege, Knotts did indeed commit a felony — driving at a high rate of speed on Sawdust Hill Road, losing control of his vehicle and crashing into a garbage truck, fatally injuring co-worker Christopher Riley Earl Tevault.
The body of a Poulsbo man was recovered in the water off the western shore of Whidbey Island Aug. 20. Marine rescue units from the Island County Sheriff’s Department and Central Whidbey Fire & Rescue responded to the report of a sailboat operator who spotted a body floating in the water northwest of Fort Casey State Park.
A nonprofit organization is reportedly making progress in improving a beach access path located on county property at the end of James Street in Suquamish.
Coast Guard crew members and local agencies are searching for an 81-year-old Poulsbo man who went overboard from a state ferry near Whidbey Island, late Aug. 18.
On Aug. 22, 2015, 11-year old Lena Bowen made up her mind to completely submerge herself in a natural body of water every day for a year. Despite school studies, chilly Pacific Northwest weather, and a fear of sea creatures, Lena is expected to accomplish her goal in two days.
The 2016 Best of North Kitsap and the Kitsap County Fair Guide are included in the Aug. 19 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores. With four sections and 80 pages, it’s one of the largest editions of the year.
It was the first gathering in Poulsbo of Sámi people from North American since 1998. And there was a lot to celebrate here at the latest gathering, called Siddastallan, Aug. 12-14.
Richard Keyes reported in satisfactory condition at Harborview Medical Center
Miss West Sound, Brittney Brown, is working on a degree in cellular and molecular biology with a minor in communication studies at Western Washington University. Her goal: to become a dentist or dental specialist.
Martha Rabura, a 2016 graduate of Kingston High School, was awarded Girl Scouts’ top honor — the Gold Award — for her efforts to create a library for the Mallory Jansen Memorial School in Sierra Leone.
Deputy Police Chief Andy Pate says it will probably take "as much as a month” for Poulsbo to name its new chief of police. “They’re not taking any chances this time,” he said.
A motorist was seriously injured Aug. 15 in a four-car collision on Highway 305 near the Lincoln Road intersection.
A cash mob fundraiser at local Poulsbo businesses supported the Poulsbo Farmers Market from Aug. 8 to 12.
Looking for a great deal on an interesting item? Come to the 47th annual Greater Hansville Community Center’s rummage sale.
A Jefferson Beach Estates family lost their home and most of their possessions in a fast-moving fire Aug. 7. Those inside had just moments to spare when alerted to the danger by smoke alarms, North Kitsap Fire & Rescue spokeswoman Michele Laboda reported.
Advisory issued for shoreline from Lemolo Point to Point Bolin, including Nesika Bay
This vineyard and winery is one of Olalla's best kept secrets. But, hopefully, not for long.
A man was killed when a car crashed into a telephone pole early April 19 at Clear Creek and Sherman Hill roads