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Drivers could soon be paying more to cross the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
A notorious Kitsap County club and resaurant owner won’t see any rowdy nightlife for a while.
In 2008, John Ready framed a front-page article in the Port Orchard Independent about his reopening of the Puget Sound Wine Cellar. Three and a half years later, he took the article off the wall.
McCormick Woods residents will be represented by the same state legislators as the rest of Port Orchard as a result of the state’s redistricting process.
A South Kitsap man’s list of accomplishments reads a bit like a stuntman’s resumé.
Boaters stopping to fill up their tanks at the Port Orchard Marina will once again be able to top off with ethanol-free fuel.
Handpainted cutouts create unique Christmas displays in South Kitsap woman's yard
A decision to overrule the Food and Drug Administration’s recommendation to expand access to Plan B emergency contraception has drawn criticism locally and nationally.
The city’s recent approval of annexation for McCormick West won’t immediately mean new construction, the president of McCormick Land Co. said.
As Hogan prepares for his third amateur fight — Saturday night at Sk8town’s Liberation MMA event — the couple realize their shared passion for cage fighting might actually account for their surprisingly calm relationship outside of the gym.
Gov. Chris Gregoire announced Wednesday she filed a petition with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration asking the agency to reclassify marijuana as a Schedule 2 drug, allowing it to be prescribed by doctors and filled by pharmacists.
The festival’s chairman expects to see a near-record crowd for the 13th annual Festival of Chimes & Lights on Dec 3.