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A Port Orchard couple always thought it was a rare coincidence to share a birthday on March 1. Then they had their baby. And rare coincidence got thrown right out the window.
Mourners gathered outside the Christian Life Center in Port Orchard for a candlelight vigil Monday evening honoring slain Washington State Patrol Trooper Tony Radulescu.
A notice of intent to petition for annexation for 10 parcels located along Beach Drive East by the Washington Veterans Home was recently filed with the city of Port Orchard.
All charges dropped in case involving more than 150 animals taken by Humane Society
Visitors to Clayton Playground this week will find little more than a big mound of dirt and a Closed sign. But don’t worry, kids. The mound will be gone soon. And in its place will be new toys.
A decision to move Kitsap County commissioners’ twice-monthly business meetings to Monday mornings was postponed after a handful of county residents spoke in opposition of the change.
For 17-year-old Mackinley Holt, the Washington Explorer Search and Rescue (WESAR) program is many things. It’s the thrill of the search. It’s the opportunity to spend time outdoors. It’s helping strangers stuck in a precarious position. It’s also a family affair.
South Kitsap Fire & Rescue representatives called on the Port Orchard City Council to show support for the SKFR emergency services levy renewal that will be on the April 17 ballot.
Searchers found the body of Paul E. Breeding, a 65-year-old man missing since last Wednesday morning, on Sunday afternoon in thick brush behind his South Kitsap home. The Kitsap County coroner determined that he died of a self-inflicted wound, according to Deputy Scott Wilson of the Kitsap County Sheriff's Office.
Peninsula residents packed the Gig Harbor Civic Center to hear the CAC hash out the particulars of a projected budget shortfall that is expected to spur a $1-$2 toll increase on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge starting July 1.
Lee Daly has been a member of the Kiwanis Club of Port Orchard since 1968. And in nearly half a century since he first signed up, the 95-year-old Daly has not once missed out on credit for one of the club’s weekly meetings.
A big decision. That’s what Kathy Ballew called her move to step down as South Kitsap High School’s fastpitch coach and jump on as co-head coach of the Wolves track and field program.
Kitsap Regional Library now offers free, downloadable music to all library members. Under the partnership, users will be able to download up to three songs a week from a catalog of more than 1.5 million tunes.
Anti-tobacco legislation making its way through Olympia would close a downtown small business, as well as many others around the state, if passed into law.
A Port Orchard woman with a baby in her BMW sedan lost control of her car Monday morning and caused a multi-vehicle crash that temporarily closed State Route 3 in Gorst near Division Avenue.
Fire ripped through the workspace of a small family logging business in South Kitsap on Sunday, destroying a shop that had stood for 30 years.
The Legislature has enough votes to pass a bill that would legalize same-sex marriages in Washington. But instead of feeling excited, local couple James Harris and Tim Waibel are bracing for a fight.
The Port Orchard Library was closed for three days during last week’s winter storm, then had to remain closed Saturday after frozen drains were overcome with snowmelt and water leaked through the library’s dilapidated roof.
Like an eco-friendly heat pump, Kitsap County’s RePower Kitsap program is humming away.
Thieves broke into a safe the suspect helped the victim install in her Olalla home.