More than 150 people from the South Kitsap community packed in the Marina Waterfront Park gazebo to show their support for the family of a murdered South Kitsap woman.
New results on Nov. 6 in the District 26 state representative Position 2 race, shows Republican candidate Michelle Caldier has a 242-vote lead over incumbent State Rep. Larry Seaquist.
Councilman Rob Putaansuu presented a “hybrid plan” that could help ease tension between several homeowners and the city concerning the Bay Street Pedestrian Pathway during the Port Orchard City Council meeting on Oct. 28.
David Michael Kalac, accused of killing his girlfriend then posting images of the crime on an Internet website, will be arraigned on the murder charge at 2:30 p.m., today, Nov. 7, in Kitsap County Superior Court.
During the Oct. 28 Port Orchard City Council meeting, several individuals did not provide their names or addresses during public comments while addressing issues concerning the Bay Street pathway and proposed stormwater rates.
During a four-hour meeting, the Port Orchard City Council decided to increase stormwater rates to $9.70 per month beginning Jan. 1 while the city reviews language in the city’s code and addresses other concerns by residents.
A South Kitsap man accused of murdering his girlfriend and then posting graphic photographs of her and comments on the Internet was arrested in Oregon.
In the final days until the Nov. 4 general election, questionable mailers have been appearing in Kitsap County mailboxes — especially those focused on the 26th Legislative District races for the House and Senate.
DeFord Photograph was named the “2014 Small Business of the Year” Oct. 25 at the Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce’s annual Dinner and Auction at the Port Orchard Eagles Hall.
Republican candidate Michelle Caldier is seeking “immediate dismissal” of Democrat State Rep. Larry Seaquist’s libel lawsuit filed Oct. 20 in Kitsap County Superior Court.
Instead of having part of the council discuss and approve policies and procedures concerning public records requests, along with an ordinance amending Port Orchard’s Municipal Code, the city council voted 5-0 to remove the items from the agenda until the full council can tackle the issues.
Port Orchard could soon implement a transportation impact fee that would help fund the city’s infrastructure.
With the Nov. 4 general election edging closer, District 26 State Rep. Larry Seaquist and his wife, Carla, filed a libel lawsuit earlier this week against Republican candidate Michelle Caldier.
The Boys and Girls Club and the YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap County are offering before- and after-school programs for elementary students in the South Kitsap School District.
Zenin Russell Gerhing, 22, was arrested Oct. 10 around 6:45 p.m. at a residence in the 7000 block of SE Promenade Lane in South Kitsap.
The candidates forum, sponsored by the Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce, didn’t produce a lot of drama but only a few subtle jabs from some candidates running for the 26th Legislative District in the House and Senate seats.
It has been 52 years since Pat Butler lived at 228 Seattle Street in Port Orchard and worked one year as an elementary teacher.
Last month, Michelle Castro opened Mobile Therapy by MC at 2497 Bethel Road SE.
More than 100 recreation, wildlife habitat and working lands projects around the state — including Port Orchard’s Bay Street Pedestrian Path project — have been ranked as priority projects by the Recreation Conservation Office (RCO).
Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputies identified the driver as 22-year-old Zenin Russell Gerhing.