PolitiFact, a project of the Tampa Bay Times and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, will live fact-check the debates.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus is scheduled to Bremerton Oct. 21, to make what will likely be his last visit to the Pacific Northwest as the longest-serving Secretary of the Navy since the Great War.
April Ferguson, who finished third of four candidates in the August primary for 23rd District state representative, position 1, is running as a write-in candidate for 23rd District state representative, position 2. And she’s literally “running.”
Owner of a bluff-top property thought he was following the rules. But that doesn’t ease the anxiety of homeowner at the toe of the slope
Get the latest information about road closures at http://www.kitsapgov.com/press/inclement_weather.asp. You can also sign up for automatic text message or email updates during inclement weather at the site.
The North Kitsap Herald won nine awards, including Community Service, in the 2016 Better Newspaper Contest sponsored by the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association.
What’s the wind speed in Bremerton? What’s the rainfall in Poulsbo? Where’s the center of the latest storm? You can track all of that and more in real time with Ventusky's real-time weather data map.
Don’t travel unless you have to. Have firewood ready. Be ready for outages. Oct. 14 will be rainy and windy, but that will be a relative lull before a potentially damaging storm this weekend, the National Weather Service reports.
An alleged threat to North Kitsap High School on Oct. 13 resulted in the arrest of a student later that evening.
Poulsbo’s new police chief is Dan Schoonmaker (pronounced “Skoon-maker”), the city human resources department reported Oct. 12. He will start on Dec. 5. His salary will be $133,849.
The event, Oct. 12 at the McGavick Conference Center at Clover Park Technical College in Lakewood, is sponsored by the Washington Food Industry Association Education Foundation. Each year, grocers from all over the state send their best grocery store baggers to compete in the challenge.
The handgun — described by Deputy Police Chief Andy Pate as a “large-frame Beretta” — was reportedly stolen from a locked locker between 8 and 10 p.m. Oct. 5. The pool is open those hours for rental.
For 103 years, Poulsbo First Lutheran Church’s annual lutefisk dinner was a homecoming of sorts for Scandinavia’s descendants here.
As the Kingston Severe Weather Shelter opens its third year of operation, they have set a new home at the Village Green Community Center. The severe weather shelter opening is determined by the Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management (DEM), and opens when temperatures are below freezing, or one inch of snow or one inch of rain is reported for two days. Those without shelter or those with homes who need emergency shelter are welcome.
Draft ordinances on camping and loitering were on the agenda of the Public Safety Committee recently.
Jeffrey Veregge, the Port Gamble S’Klallam graphic artist, is working to help a family in need by creating 100 limited-edition prints to be sold at the Olympic Collectible Expo from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 1 at the Silverdale Beach Hotel.
Where else can you go to buy nice things, spend a bit of money, maybe earn a prize, and help victims of domestic violence.
Subtle changes make a big difference to the local dining experience.
This is part two of a two-part story on changes in the Kingston business community.
The steampunk mermaid that sculptor R. J. Murphy is creating for a client in Port Townsend will be jointed so it can move. What makes this novel idea even more novel is that he ís making it out of porcelain china.