Sophie Bonomi

Blood supply drops to emergency levels

POULSBO — Forty-five to 60 minutes can potentially save someone’s life. That’s how long it takes to donate blood. And the blood you give could… Continue reading

 

Here’s what’s to enjoy at the Blackberry Festival

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Saturday, Sept. 2 Main Stage Schedule 10 a.m.: United States Navy Color Guard, followed by the National Anthem. 10:15 a.m.: Welcoming by… Continue reading

 

Taste the excitement of the Blackberry Festival | Kitsap Weekly

BREMERTON — What’s extremely high in antioxidants and fiber, and has been known to aid in memory retention, muscle relaxation and in the clotting of… Continue reading

 

Indigenous Millennials share their views with members of Congress

SUQUAMISH — Several Millennials, ages teens to 20s, from the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and Suquamish Tribe gathered in the conference room at Kiana Lodge… Continue reading

Pacific Islander Festival is coming back to Kitsap

BREMERTON — Imagine a gathering of various peoples from the Pacific islands, joined together to take part in food, dance and fun for the entire… Continue reading

60 years of ‘food, people and love’

Town & Country celebrates landmark anniversary

Kustom Kulture Festival gets to ‘The Point’

The Kustom Kulture Festival celebrates the era of hot rods, pin ups, greasers and rock ’n’ roll.

Building a $9 million community center with pie

Village Green’s ninth annual Pie In the Park makes a dent in loan debt

Activist: ‘Russia-gate’ is a diversion

POULSBO — Paul Glumaz stood under an umbrella, trying to beat the heat while talking about topics that were even hotter — national politics —… Continue reading

An adventure in eyewear

Formerly mobile, Go-Girl settles in on 9th Avenue

Joseph Fourbears shares message of love, one bracelet at a time

POULSBO — Joseph Fourbears got a pleasant surprise when he pulled up to the drive-thru at McDonald’s on Bainbridge Island the other day before catching… Continue reading

Building bridges through boarding

Kingston Cares believes skateboard contest can foster change

Video games are helping improve quality of rehabilitation

Martha & Mary now using Jintronix, an innovative therapy program

Kitsap’s air quality low, safety recommendations high

POULSBO — Grant Holdcroft said he started coughing as soon as he walked outside Aug. 3. “We don’t know how long this will stick around,”… Continue reading

Several cooling centers open throughout the county | Update

POULSBO — The unusually hot weather affecting the region for the next few days can be dangerous for some residents, especially for the young, elderly… Continue reading

How will you beat the heat this week? | Street Talk

POULSBO — As temperatures rise to low triple-digits this week, Kitsap News Group took to the streets to ask passersby how they plan to stay… Continue reading

Triple-digit temps possible; here’s what you need to know | Heat Wave

POULSBO — Temperatures are expected to reach the high 90s and possibly low triple digits before the end of the week. The National Weather Service… Continue reading

Muggles invited to Harry Potter’s birthday bash July 30

“A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest man”

McCurdys of Oak Table Cafe crack another record

SILVERDALE — Oak Table Cafe owner Ross McCurdy makes his living cracking hundreds of eggs per day, but he has a unique way of doing… Continue reading