safe to say that the 2016 presidential debates will be among the most-watched programs in television history. The Kitsap Regional Library will host an opportunity for residents to get together and share their views the evening after each debate at the Poulsbo Library,
The Navy routinely conducts training exercises to ensure readiness
Drivers who use westbound State Route 16 across the Tacoma Narrows Bridge may encounter minor delays during overnight hours on Monday, Sept. 19, andTuesday, Sept. 20, for bridge joint repair work.
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Northwest Derby Company is home to the only adult roller derby league in the county. Nearing the end of its fifth season, co-captain of the team Aimee Durgan (also known as Brawlyanna) said it got its start as a co-ed recreation team based in Port Orchard called Skate Club. When that ended, they developed Northwest Derby Company in January 2012, part of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association.
The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe received a grant of $99,979 in August from the U.S. Indian Health Service, to aid the Tribe in assuming all or part of IHS services and improving its health management capability.
Bluewater Artworks Gallery and Framing, 18961 Front St., closed its doors on Aug. 28. The closure is one of the biggest changes in the downtown business scene.
Former Poulsbo planning director Barry Berezowsky is one of three finalists for the position of planning director of Lynden.
Suquamish Chairman Leonard Forsman told opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline Sept. 16 in Seattle that the discussion about fossil fuels and climate change in America “is about to change.”
Firefighters from across North Kitsap responded to a State Route 104 address after multiple passersby reported flames in the sky from a large detached barn. When they arrived on the scene they found the property owner had illegally lit the fire to dispose of the unwanted outbuilding.
Several businesses are celebrating their grand openings and other local businesses are expanding or moving. But there are some questions about what the future holds and what role the Port of Kingston may play.
For many women, YWCA Executive Director Denise Frey said, their only choices are to return to the abuse or live in their vehicle with their children. "Morrow Manor will give them a third choice," she said. "It's an incredible gift — a life-saving gift."
The Kingston Citizens Advisory Council will host a public discussion on Olympic Property Group's Arborwood housing development from 7-8:30 p.m. Oct. 5 in the Village Green Community Center.
The open house provides residents, businesses, developers and other interested parties the opportunity to learn about community events and non-profit organizations; volunteer opportunities; and Kitsap County initiatives, planning and projects.
The state Superintendent of Public Instruction will conduct an election in November for Position 4 (Western Region) on the state Board of Education. The position is a four-year term beginning the second Monday in January.
Several hundred residents gathered on Sept. 11 at the Kitsap 9/11 Memorial at Evergreen Rotary Park in Bremerton to remember those who died in the terrorist attacks 15 years ago.
The Port of Poulsbo Board of Commissioners will host a “town hall” meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 13 to discuss Proposition 1, which asks voters to approve enlarging the port district’s boundaries to the city limits.
In the general election campaign for Kitsap County commissioner in District 2, voters could scarcely have a clearer divide between the two candidates.
At approximately 2:50 p.m. on Sept. 9, Suquamish Elementary School received reports of bear sighting on Geneva Street.
The two Everett police detectives didn’t know the flag was missing until a stranger rang the doorbell at Fire Station 1 on Rucker Avenue. The man handed over a plastic bag to firefighters, along with a tale that led the detectives on the investigation of a lifetime.
Drivers who use State Route 104 will encounter evening single-lane closures over the next 10 weeks while crews repave SR 104 between Balmoral Place NE and the Kingston ferry terminal.