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The three-member Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) is allowing the company to raise electric rates by about 2.8 percent and natural gas prices by .8 percent. New rates are expected to take effect approximately April 7.
Under the commission’s decision, the average PSE residential electric customer using 1000 kilowatt hours-a-month will see an increase of about $2.80, and the average natural-gas customer using 70 therms a month will pay about 87 cents more.Suquamish restaurant enjoys rebirth
A project to expand the popular station and store north of Kingston will begin in early April and wrap up by early June, according to a news release from the tribe.Bremerton man dies after falling from tree near Keyport
A budget package passed by the state Legislature this week included about $2.8 million to replace a narrow culvert at the mouth of Carpenter Creek with a bridge, Puget Sound Partnership spokesman Frank Mendizabal said.
The project was part of a package of funding requests for Puget Sound Partnership. After the budget is approved by Gov. Chris Gregoire, the project money will be routed through the state Department of Fish and Wildlife to Kitsap County Public Works.Former Kingston student charged in Sacramento murder
Casey Daniel Brown, 25, was arrested by Sacramento Police Monday for the April 10 stabbing death of a woman in downtown Sacramento, according to a police news release. He was arraigned on charges of murder and abuse of an elder resulting in death, early this afternoon in Sacramento Superior Court, according to Shelly Orio, a spokeswoman for the Sacramento District Attorney's office.Luggage found in dumpster delaying Kingston ferries | UPDATED
KINGSTON — An unaccompanied piece of luggage found in a dumpster at the Kingston ferry terminal is stalling ferry traffic this afternoon.