A driver on the Hood Canal Bridge called 911 on July 28, after an encounter with someone they thought was a law enforcement officer.
Personnel from North Kitsap Fire & Rescue are helping firefighting efforts in Eastern Washington.
“The whole old thrift shop space will be the showroom, and donated furniture, household and decorator items will be sold to generate funding to help Fishline and its clients,” Fishline Executive Director Mary Nader reported.
Port of Poulsbo employees have unionized and are in labor-contract negotiations with the port district. Port employees voted to unionize and join Teamsters Local 589 on June 2.
For decades, individuals and families called 19159 8th Ave. 'home.' But today, a real estate agent calls it 'definitely the worst piece of real estate I have listed in a long time.'
The investigation into missing gift cards from the Gordon Elementary PTA is over.
Motorists traveling across the Hood Canal Bridge should prepare for potential delays while bridge crews test the bridge’s drawspan.
Poulsbo City Council members and city staff toured the Mountain Aire development currently under construction at Noll Road and Hostmark Street.
Naval Base Kitsap will implement new base access procedures on Aug. 1.
A woman was struick by a truck and killed at Naval Base Kitsap - Bangor. A new neighborhood will soon emerge in Poulsbo. A real estate agent says a creekside property is best suited for a park. Prosecuting attorney candidates lay out reasons they should be elected. Those are the top stories in the July 25 North Kitsap Herald, available at newsstands and in stores.
A civilian employee of Naval Base Kitsap – Bangor was struck and killed by a truck that went off the road and onto the sidewalk when the driver lost control of the vehicle during a turn, Washington State Patrol reported July 23.
Bluegrass is the music of America. Bluegrass is the ultimate blending of the traditional folk tunes brought to this country in the 1600s by immigrants from Scotland, Ireland and England — an occurrence only possible in the burgeoning new world; it was the pop music of the Great Depression; it was one of the first musical genres to inspire festival concert events and, in proof of the massive revival of interest in the genre today, the International Bluegrass Music Association now claims members in all 50 states and more than 30 different countries.
Bloedel Reserve will give summer one last hurrah with an old-fashioned outdoor party from 5:30 p.m. to dusk on Saturday, Aug. 30.
A memorial fund has been set up for the family of a 12-year-old boy who died in a Tacoma hospital after he was found floating in the water at a Poulsbo lake dock last week.
PSE ‘doesn’t prefer’ city’s offer of extending power line over Front Street
A Kingston man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his 4-month-old daughter, after he allegedly smoked meth and took the baby for a car ride. Attached to the charge is a special allegation of domestic violence. Bail was set at $1 million
In a battle of personnel files, Jefferson County sheriff candidate Wendy Davis, who twice faced possible termination from the Poulsbo Police Department, says the point of the campaign is being lost. “This isn't about personnel files. It’s about who is the best person to do the job — who has the best ideas, methodologies and skills to come into this community and make the sheriff's department a better place.”
An overhauled public workforce development program will be signed into law by President Barack Obama after overwhelming passage by both the House of Representatives and Senate, routing funding to Kitsap County to provide job training and employment support services.
The investigation is continuing into the apparent suicide of a convicted sex offender from Port Orchard, who was caught taking photos of young girls while working on a Washington state ferry.
The Washington State Building Code Council unanimously approved a change in state law that allows installation of simple rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems without review by an engineer.