A dream is about to become reality. At 4 p.m. May 3, the Village Green Foundation will turn the first shovels of dirt to symbolically usher in the start of construction of the long-awaited 23,000-square-foot Village Green Community Center.
The Poulsbo City Council unanimously approved an interlocal agreement for prosecution services with the City of Bremerton April 15, and approved Mayor Becky Erickson's appointment of city risk manager Kylie Purves as city prosecutor, effective May 1.
With the help of their teacher Mike Hickam and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard engineer and education outreach coordinator Corinne Beach, the class designed and built Remote Operated Vehicles, or ROVs, for underwater use.
Department is second in state to use life-saving tool for victims of opioid overdoses.
The bell, donated to the church as a 40-year anniversary gift, according to the police report, was taken sometime between 9 a.m. March 23 and 10 a.m. March 24.
The neighborhood — 540 senior and family apartments on 46 acres, a community center, a park with pedestrian paths, a swimming pool, and a retail center — is proposed on 55 acres. Edward Rose & Sons owns the property; the project was approved by the City Council in 2011. At the time, it was estimated that the neighborhood would boost Poulsbo’s population by 10 percent.
Another strong year for KHS boys soccer team. One more step for 55-acre project. Homework Club helps students prep for tests and complete projects. The Village Green Community Center Project begins on May 3. Those are the top stories in the April 17 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.
Wired.com: 'The bridge, should it be built, would be about a mile long. It would span Sinclair Inlet, connecting Bremerton and Port Orchard ...'
Two distinguished judges will be the guest speakers at the League of Women Voters of Kitsap’s next public meeting, noon to 1:30 p.m. April 15 at Poulsbo City Hall
Kingston Adventures dropped its discrimination lawsuit against the Port of Kingston on March 31. The business is still appealing its eviction from the Kingston Marina. Attorneys Carl J. Marquardt of Seattle and Christopher J. Kerley of Spokane filed the Stipulation for Voluntary Dismissal in U.S. District Court in Tacoma, stating that both sides had agreed to voluntarily dismiss the case “without prejudice to any party.”
Kingston Adventures co-owner Beth Brewster and supporters have filed numerous requests for public records related to her claims that the Port of Kingston is discriminatory. According to Port Executive Director David Malone, the port usually receives a couple of public records requests in a year. It processed 56 requests in three months, he said.
Poulsbo's ospreys are returning to the area. And volunteers are eagerly watching to see if they nest where they've encouraged them to
Kitsap Transit is canceling the 5:24 a.m. pick-up at the Poulsbo Nazarene Church park and ride.
Sheriff's deputies search a Poulsbo home for a burglary and shooting suspect, but find meth instead.
A timer malfunction led to smokey peanuts and a visit from the fire department at CB's Nuts.
Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson and City Engineer Andrzej Kasiniak have been removed from influence over the city's Noll Road project because of potential conflicts of interest.
The private kindergarten program provided by Martha & Mary Kids will not be offered next school year.
Traffic on Highway 305 may slow down from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 7-9 as crews repair a roadside ditch.
As winter ends, many Washington communities are on alert for coming drought conditions. Kitsap, however, is not likely to be one of those communities.
Poulsbo welcomed its latest advancement in public transit March 31 with the groundbreaking for Kitsap Transit’s newest center.