The city has acquired a small corner of Poulsbo for its very own after more than a year of discussions. But its work is not over. Now it has to decide what to do with it. Ideas range from a dog park to a community garden.
The Edmonds/Kingston ferry route was out of service until further notice early Sept. 1, reportedly because of a diesel fuel spill at the Kingston ferry landing. A containment boom and absorbent pads were placed in the water next to the ferries as crews worked to clean the spill.
BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Jenise Wright was laid to rest by family and friends today at Greenacres Memorial Park in Ferndale.
Of all the phone calls that come into the Island County Historical Society Museum in Coupeville, there probably will not be another that created the sort of buzz that rattled the front desk three weeks ago.
Eighteen teachers added at North Kitsap schools. Port of Poulsbo submits a proposal to increase its number of liveaboards. Poulsbo considers options for a new park. Those are among the top stories in the Aug. 29 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.
An Indianola man has been charged with second-degree assault after he allegedly stabbed his brother in the back.
Several North Kitsap residents received degrees from Western Washington University at the conclusion of spring quarter 2014.
The portion of Little Valley Road that connects with Bond Road will soon close to through traffic, making it local access only.
Louise Baxter of Suquamish represented Kitsap Humane Society at a one-day workshop in Seattle presented by Petfinder, the online database of adoptable pets.
The Labor Day holiday Sept. 1 will result in several changes for recycling and garbage services.
Case updates on stories reported in the North Kitsap Herald: Lance Nation Averett, Hector Francisco Saavedra Ruiz, and Spencer Merrill Williams.
The Port of Poulsbo has presented the city with a proposal it hopes will encourage city officials to allow for more liveaboards in the downtown marina.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Aug. 19 reversed a U.S. District Court judge’s ruling regarding usual and accustomed fishing areas of the Lummi and S’Klallam nations, Courthouse News Service reports.
The Village Green Foundation came closer its fundraising goal for the community center — and may have set a world record in the process.
Western Washington University Associate Professor of Environmental Policy Troy Abel and his research team were recently awarded a $545,000 National Science Foundation grant
Thanks to generous donations from Kitsap County physicians and businesses, Silverdale nonprofit Children of the Nations (COTN) is sending 200 pounds of medical supplies to West Africa to combat the recent Ebola outbreak.
The Kitsap County Fair drew thousands to the fairgrounds in Silverdale last week for the annual rodeo, carnival and animal exhibits.
A bond for Poulsbo Fire and emergency levy for North Kitsap Fire will be on the Nov. 4 ballot.
The Poulsbo City Council outlined a list of goals to focus upon in 2015, including fixing Highway 305, economic development, selling city property and more.
Dave Lambert has made a local mark with a few tasty brews through his Slippery Pig Brewery. The operation recently expanded into downtown Poulsbo, making it far more visible. And it’s about to get more visible, at least from the Puget Sound shores en route to Seattle.