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Port Orchard City Council member Bek Ashby made the motion that the agreement be tabled until May 12
Haeley Nunley of Northwest Derby Company said her group moved to Skateland in Bremerton
In a letter, Councilman Jerry Childs urged his fellow colleagues for a “no vote” in approving Mayor Tim Matthes’ selection of Carol Morris as city attorney.
Forgery charges has been filed against a Port Orchard woman in Kitsap Count District Court this week.
Applications are being accepted for the second annual Seagull Splat 5K Run/Walk on May 24, at the Comfort Inn in Port Orchard, hosted by the Fathoms o’ Fun Festival.
The food bank received a “much-needed” new truck that will assist in picking up and hauling food donations.
Bremerton councilmember Jerry McDonald urged the Port Orchard City Council not to eliminate the Friday and Saturday extended hours for the foot ferry that runs between the two cities.
A tip from Virginia law enforcement led to the arrest by local authorities of a Port Orchard registered sex offender for having sex with animals.
Work is scheduled to begin next month for a new southbound bypass lane on Sidney Road SW at the intersection of Shannon Drive SW.
Fireighter crews, trucks and ambulances from host South Kitsap Fire and Rescue, Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue and Bremerton Fire Department converged earlier this week for three days of multi-agency training at the Washington Veterans Home in Retsil.
A local pastor and his church is seeking help in getting new flooring and carpet for a muralist who is battling cancer.
Do you remember shooting marbles as a child or teenager? Well, you can have another chance to play one of your favorite childhood games during this year’s 125th anniversary celebration of Port Orchard.
Del’s Feed and Farm Supply will reopen as a Tractor Supply Company store with a soft opening tentatively scheduled for May 23, according to a March 12 announcement.
District 26 State Rep. Jesse Young answered questions on why he opposed two bills that dealt with increasing the state’s minimum wage to $12 an hour and increased sick leave for employees at an hour-long town hall meeting March 14.
A jury for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington found Kitsap County liable for violating the rights of a returning service member
A new and used clothing and accessory boutique has an unusual name, but people will be surprised what’s inside one of Port Orchard’s newest businesses.
The Crosspoint Academy girls and the Olympic High boys each brought home sixth-place trophies from last weekend's Hardwood Classics in Spokane and Yakima.
The Port Orchard City Council unanimously approved the appointment of Marcus Lane to the Planning Commission.
Charlotte Whitten was crowned as queen during the 2015 Fathoms o’ Fun Royalty Scholarship Program March 7 at Christian Life Center.
After six months of renovating, remodeling, repainting and getting merchandise, Ian Wilhelm and Ashley Bastin will open the Unity Skate Shop, 944 Bay St., in downtown Port Orchard.
It’s been a year of attending community functions, festivals, parades and dressing up in fancy dresses for Fathoms Queen Devenn Miller.
South Kitsap Fire and Rescue firefighters responded to a fire on SE Copper Creek Drive.
Former Olympic High School and University of Washington basketball legend Christian Welp has passed away at the age of 51.
The South Kitsap High School Navy JROTC precision marksmanship team — comprised of four girls — placed eighth in the nation at the 2015 JROTC Service Championship marksmanship match on Feb. 19-21 in Phoenix, Ariz.
A former District 26 Democratic state representative lost a libel lawsuit filed last year against his Republican opponent.
Ten contestants will vie for spots on this year’s senior and junior court for the Royalty Court at the 2015 Fathoms o’Fun Festival Scholarship Program March 7 at the Christian Life Center.
According to the Kitsap County Prosecutor’s Office, Aug. 3 is the trial date set for David Micheal Kalac, 33. Kalac was charged with the Nov. 4 first-degree murder of 30-year-old Amber Lynn Coplin.
The Sidney Museum and Art Association will host a “card party” on Feb. 27 to showcase their newest fundraising project.
Multiple charges were filed Feb. 20 in Kitsap County District Court against a Belfair woman accused of stealing mail, identity theft and forgery.
TACOMA — Five Central Kitsap wrestlers claimed Class 3A Narrows League Championships Saturday at Foss High School.
South Kitsap High School DECA had 12 students qualify for the state championship this year at the Area 7 competition in January.
District and league tournaments tipoff this week for local Class 3A, 2A, 1A and 1B teams looking to reach their respective state tournaments.
Five South Kitsap School District employees — including four bus drivers — were recognized at Tuesday’s school board meeting for providing CRP and helping to save the life of a longtime bus driver last month.
Planning is under way for Port Orchard’s 125th anniversary which the city will celebrate the event Sept. 5.
South Kitsap High School theater teacher Scott Yingling has publicly issued a video challenge Jim Fallon, host of NBC’s The Tonight Show.
The Fathom’s o’ Fun Scholarship Program is getting a new look in 2015.
A routine traffic stop by a police officer lead to charges being filed against an Olalla man for unlawful possession of a firearm.
The Port Orchard City Council unanimously approved a change order for an additional $8,700 needed for the continuation of the 2014 Water/Sewer Gap Analysis.
Tree cutters have been busy hand-cutting about 160 trees to reduce the chances they’ll fall onto homes and property near Bill Bloomquist Rotary Park on Madrona Drive in South Kitsap.
South Kitsap Fire and Rescue will ask voters this spring to renew the current emergency medical services levy for another six years.