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“Behold, the wheel of time has turned.”
Duplexes now permitted in low-density neighborhoods, city says.
Patriot Front supports a “pan-European identity” in the U.S. and is linked to the deadly protests in Charlottesville last year.
Laptops, Chromebooks taken, a school official said.
The alleged victim said the men worked together at the Navy shipyard.
The Rich Passage 1 was taken out of service Friday for technical issues.
A $500,000 study will begin next year to seek ways to improve the Warren Ave./Wheaton Way corridor in Bremerton.
House Speaker Frank Chopp said a new investment tax could lessen property tax burden.
The attorney and former State Department official will chair of the Board of County Commissioners in January.
A total of 16 were found in the Puget Sound region.
Staffed by adults with developmental disabilities, The Gift Basket’s core value is “all persons have the ability to grow and excel.”
The emergency winter shelter in Bremerton has seen attendance grow steadily over the last four years.
Councilors differed over affordable housing, street maintenance.
Fred Hake, 85, sustained fatal injuries on Route 3 Monday. Police allege the other driver was intoxicated.
The device appears to be a “homemade firework,” a security expert said.
Measures will require “significant investment” from the state and regional partners, report says.
Lawsuit claims new gun measure is unconstitutional.
“I understand your complaints,” BPD officer Capt. Randy Plumb said. “I’ve received a lot of them.”
The homeowner chased the suspect after he fled, according to police.