Hull Maintenance Technician 3rd Class Jon Hawkins, of Poulsbo bevels a distilling unit pipe in USS John C. Stennis’ (CVN 74) pipe shop, in this Navy photo dated Oct. 5
No longer Section 8, Woodcreek gets new owners, with new plans.
Driving northeast along Ohio Avenue, it’s easy to miss the outlier. Sitting behind a madrona tree in an almost vacant lot, one of these homes is not like the others. It’s smaller. Much smaller.
At first glance, the campaign for North Kitsap School Board District 5 seems cordial. But after meeting with the North Kitsap Herald Community Advisory Board on Sept. 28, an email exchange between candidates Deborah Simon and Bill Webb revealed sharp differences between the two.
Leonard Hitchman was a member of the Army Air Corps that helped liberate France during World War II, and he recently received a medal from the La Consule Générale by a decree signed by the President of the French Republic thanking him for his service.
Bloodworks Northwest reports that Lane Blood Center in Eugene, Oregon has issued an urgent appeal to blood donors to help meet a critical need following the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg.
Autumn signals the fall — the fall of leaves, the fall of plants and the fall of this tired gardener onto the couch for a long winter nap. Not so fast, it’s not time to relax, it’s time to plan for next year.
Noted Poulsbo booster Bill Austin volunteered to repair the "Velkommen" sign at the base of the "Norseman" statue.
The Port of Poulsbo has cleared a major hurdle toward expanding the liveaboard population at the Poulsbo Marina. Next up: Final OK by state Department of Ecology.
Kilmer met with editors of the Bremerton Patriot, Central Kitsap Reporter, North Kitsap Herald and Port Orchard Independent to discuss some of the challenges facing Congress in the coming months, as well as his favorite part of the job.
Create, taste, experience: A Herald series about North Kitsap’s communities.
The Oct. 2 North Kitsap Herald: four sections, 68 pages, available now at newsstands and in stores. This edition includes Healthy You, our new quarterly health and wellness magazine; Home & Garden; and Kitsap Weekly.
North Kitsap and Kingston high schools celebrate homecoming this week (NKHS) and next (KHS), a time when both communities will show their Viking and Buccaneer pride and enjoy parades and football.
The Suquamish Citizens Advisory Committee meets 6-8 p.m. the first Thursday of every month at Suquamish Elementary School Library, 18950 Park Ave. NE, Suquamish.
Scott Henden and Glen Robbins want much of the same things for the North Kitsap School District: More vocational training. Measurable goals. Local control of education. More community engagement. Where they differ is their approach and how they would accomplish those goals.
Murder suspect Gabriel Gaeta is scheduled to appear in court at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 23 for an omnibus hearing, in which his defense attorney will introduce its argument against the charges brought against him.
HOOD CANAL — The Coast Guard Maritime Force Protection Unit, Bangor, is scheduled to conduct an on-water exercise Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
After a soothing day of trail walking, meditation and conversations with an esteemed memoirist, you’re savoring wild halibut and foraged mushrooms prepared by a private chef.
Islanders who want to get rid of unwanted prescription medications can bring their drugs to the Bainbridge Island police station this weekend as the department participates in the Drug Enforcement Agency’s nationwide “Drug Take-Back Initiative.”
Bainbridge Island residents can bring their hazardous household chemicals to a one-day collection event being held at the city of Bainbridge Island’s Operations Maintenance Facility from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26.