A used car sale went bad March 26, after the car caught fire during a test drive with a prospective buyer
Reporters Richard D. Oxley and Michelle Beahm are en route to the scene. This report will be updated.
Detectives from the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of officers and detectives from neighboring law enforcement agencies, arrested seven people for solicitation of prostitution March 25 in Port Orchard.
Police Chief Townsend: "I usually try to remind people to make sure they are locking their cars and taking their valuables out in the spring, because as the weather gets nicer, more bad guys are out prowling cars, etcetera."
Kingston High School will host the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, or ASVAB, on April 2 from 1-4 p.m.
The City of Poulsbo has authored a letter aimed at Washington State legislators in support of House Bill 1917.
Despite beginning to act in 2012 on plans to build a new lodge just outside Poulsbo , the lodge has remained in the building its occupied for 95 years — and will continue to do so for the time being.
Emergency crews responded to an accident on Indianola Road, March 23, for a woman who was injured when she stepped out of the vehicle as it was moving, and was then ran over by the same truck.
“These will be the parents for the oysters aimed at central (Puget) Sound.”
Emergency crews responded to a call on Indianola Road on March 23 for a woman who was hit by a car, but arrived to discover that the woman was injured when she stepped out of the vehicle as it was moving.
Toll customers and other interested persons will have a number of opportunities to comment on the Washington State Transportation Commission’s toll rate proposal for the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
Last month, students from Washington State University traveled to Oso and Darrington with journalists from The Daily Herald, the North Kitsap Herald's sister newspaper in Everett. The students, who are journalism and media production majors at The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, documented the Daily Herald's coverage of the community as the anniversary of the tragic mudslide approached.
Downtown Poulsbo's Kvelstad Pavilion will be renamed the Austin-Kvelstad Pavilion.
Linda Joyce, former executive director of the Kitsap YWCA, succumbed to her battle with cancer late March 22. Her son was with her at Martha & Mary in Poulsbo. Joyce was 62.
The Poulsbo City Council has approved a plan to place a police officer in North Kitsap schools.
Little Valley field will become a pump track for bikes, but the Diamond Dusters softball league that was vying for the site didn't walked away empty handed.
A group of residents has proposed renaming Kvelstad Pavilion in honor of Bill Austin.
The North Kitsap School Board hired a new principal for Poulsbo Middle School on March 12, as well as a district director of learning support and a director of student support.
Rich Purser was elected to the position 1 council seat, vacated by Irene Carper, who chose not to run. Sammy Mabe defeated incumbent Bardow Lewis and other candidates for the position 2 seat in the March 15 election. Council member Luther "Jay" Mills, position 3, was reelected.
Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman has been named to the Transportation Futures Task Force, which is studying the central Puget Sound region's long-term transportation needs and funding for solutions.