Kitsap News Group staff

Kitsap County total COVID-19 cases nears 200

KPHD has reported 35 cases in June alone, 24 in the past two weeks

Man arrested after allegedly pointing flare gun at hospital nurses

Justin H. Wells bail is currently listed at $175,000

Washington State Parks offer two ‘makeup’ free days

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has announced two additional free days for this year to replace the two lost during the COVID-19 closures.… Continue reading

Washington Blvd. improvements in Kingston near completion

Project includes safety enhancements for pedestrians and vehicles

Kitsap Lake reopens as E. coli levels now considered safe

Swimming beach had been closed since June 3

NKSD offers free summer meal program for children 18 and under

Meals will be offered from June 22 through August 21 at Kingston and Poulsbo middle schools

Clearwater Casino Resort cancels annual summer events amid COVID-19 uncertainty

Casino Resort will instead hold Exclusive Resort Summer Concert series with safety precautions

KEDA issues statement taking a stand on racial justice

In a recently published letter from the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance entitled, “Together We Stand in the Fight Against Racial Injustice,” the organization stated it… Continue reading

KPHD: Three new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Kitsap Tuesday

Countywide total of virus cases hits 181, 17 added in last two weeks

Public ceremony to bury unclaimed remains will be held July 11

Kitsap County Coroner Jeff Wallis recently announced that the unclaimed remains of six individuals considered indigent or abandoned at the time of their death, have… Continue reading

COVID-19 cases in Kitsap County rise to 178

Twelve cases reported in the last two weeks

No new cases of COVID-19 added Friday, total stands at 174

Twelve cases reported in the last two weeks

State will provide additional food benefits during school closures

The Pandemic EBT will be made available to those with free or reduced-price meal programs

CKHS student places first in Congressional Art Competition

Quincy Rumpke’s work will be displayed for 11 months in a tunnel leading to U.S. Capitol in D.C.