Kitsap News Group staff

Confirmed COVID-19 cases at 166, KPHD says

Kitsap County positive test rate is about two percent, four new cases reported in the last two weeks

Sheriff’s office reopens for public business with safety guidelines in place

KCSO headquarters in Port Orchard will be open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. five days a week

Dr. Nathan Gibson Morrow to take over as next public health officer

Dr. Nathan Gibson “Gib” Morrow will serve as the next Kitsap Public Health District’s health officer, taking over later this summer for the retiring Dr.… Continue reading

NK Soccer Club holding food drive Saturday for Fishline

Event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Strawberry Field in Poulsbo

Distracted driver veers off highway, strikes tree near Bremerton

WSP: Individual was transported to St. Michaels Medical Center in Bremerton

Health District one new case of COVID-19, brings total to 165

Kitsap County positive test rate is about two percent

Burglary suspect caught in Suquamish

Police: suspect burglarized at least one Port Madison area residence

Harrison Medical Center changing its name

Silverdale and Bremerton facilities will now be called St. Michaels Medical Center

Health District reports one new case of COVID-19, brings total to 164

Kitsap County positive test rate is about two percent

Kitsap County Fair & Stampede canceled this year

For over 60 years, the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede has been a favorite tradition for families on the peninsula. This year’s fair, after much… Continue reading

Call for Justice protests scheduled for Poulsbo and Bainbridge

Protests will occur in Poulsbo on Tuesday and Bainbridge on Thursday

KPHD confirms one new COVID-19 case in Monday update

Countywide confirmed cases stand at 163, positive test rate is about two percent

Kitsap County coroner asks public for help with unclaimed remains

Kitsap County Coroner Jeff Wallis has announced that his office is in possession of the unclaimed remains of ten individuals considered indigent or abandoned. The… Continue reading

Kitsap Transit to continue fare-free service through June

Kitsap Transit’s fare-free policy, applying to all Kitsap Transit services, will be extended through the end of June to help limit the spread of COVID-19.… Continue reading

Majority of OC classes will be online in the summer and fall quarters

BREMERTON — With registration for summer and fall quarters coming in the near future, Olympic College has announced that its courses will be predominantly online.… Continue reading

KEDA Executive Director John Powers

KEDA Executive Director to retire

SILVERDALE — The Kitsap Economic Development Alliance has announced that Executive Director John Powers will retire this year. Powers, who had held the post for… Continue reading

KEDA Executive Director John Powers

Some park amenities, off leash dog parks set to return at month’s end

With the reopening of Kitsap County parks earlier this month, county officials have had to modify operations in order to stay within state and federal… Continue reading

Two Kitsap 911 employees win Public Safety Communications Awards

Two Kitsap 911 employees were singled out for special recognition this year, winning Public Safety Communications Awards and Technology Leadership Awards from the Association of… Continue reading

Bremerton to present affordable housing study virtually

A study of affordable housing in Kitsap County and the City of Bremerton was set to be presented to the public earlier this year, but… Continue reading

Stabbing victim summoned police during domestic violence attack

A Bremerton police officer interrupted a stabbing in progress in the early morning hours on Tuesday after the victim was able to activate her iPhone’s… Continue reading