Nick Twietmeyer

Carrying on a sweet Kingston tradition

Local keeps the tradition of making fudge around the holidays for businesses, friends and neighbors

 

Sex offender meeting leaves many questions unanswered

Questions still remain for many of those who attended a Thursday night meeting at Poulsbo City Hall addressing public safety concerns related to a Less… Continue reading

 

Poulsbo mayor’s property among those acquired for road improvements

On Wednesday, the Poulsbo City Council approved a series of acquisitions along Noll Road totaling $139,890. Included in the acquisitions is a portion of Poulsbo… Continue reading

 

Flooding from burst pipe closes three downtown Poulsbo businesses

UPDATE | Poulsbo businesses reopened after flooding

A burst pipe threatened to put a damper on the holiday season last week in Poulsbo, when water damage from the overnight flooding forced three… Continue reading

Flooding from burst pipe closes three downtown Poulsbo businesses

Woman says nearby sexual offender group home has forced her to stop therapy

The possibility of housing more level-three sex offenders at a group home in Poulsbo has not only caught the attention of the community’s families concerned… Continue reading

Gallery | Kingston Cove Christmas 2018

Visitors by the hundreds flocked to Kingston’s Mike Wallace Park on Saturday, Dec. 1, to kick off the waterfront town’s holiday season. Kingston Cove Christmas… Continue reading

Video | Ferry crew recognized for rescue efforts

Officials with the Washington State Ferries and Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound recently recognized crew members of the Walla Walla following a successful rescue in… Continue reading

Poulsbo Police Department Blotter | Nov. 26—Dec. 2

Arrests 11/27/2018 - 13:52 - VUCSA - POSS - AMPHET, METHAMPHET - 10TH AVE NE 11/28/2018 - 09:45 - THEFT 3 - NE MOE ST… Continue reading

Flooding from burst pipe closes three downtown Poulsbo businesses

Flooding was reported at Boehm’s Chocolates in Poulsbo shortly before 9:45 a.m. Thursday. As she posted signs stating the store would be closed due to… Continue reading

Kitsap County Commissioner Rob Gelder greets the crowd at one of his Walk and Talk events in Poulsbo on Saturday, Dec. 1. Nick Twietmeyer | Kitsap News Group.

Residents upset about sex offenders being housed in Poulsbo

Kitsap County Commissioner Rob Gelder addressed public safety concerns at a Saturday Walk and Talk

Kitsap County Commissioner Rob Gelder greets the crowd at one of his Walk and Talk events in Poulsbo on Saturday, Dec. 1. Nick Twietmeyer | Kitsap News Group.

Meeting on sex offender housing set for Dec. 13 in Poulsbo

A community meeting at Poulsbo City Hall has been scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 13 at 6:30 p.m. to address public safety concerns related to group… Continue reading

Kingston Cove Christmas lights up the waterfront

Hundreds turned up Saturday afternoon to welcome the arrival of the holiday season to the waterfront town of Kingston. The event kicked off with Kiwanis’… Continue reading

Poulsbo filmmakers release Fall City

New film puts a Washington spin on traditional Christmastime fare

Investigators determine cause of fatal Bremerton fire

A fire Tuesday at a Bremerton mobile home park was caused by improperly discarded smoking material, according to investigators. The fire claimed the life of… Continue reading

Death in Silverdale apartment under investigation

Detectives with the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a death at a Silverdale apartment complex. Sergeant Ken Dickinson with Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office said… Continue reading

Holiday events to kick off the season in North Kitsap

Jule Fest and Kingston Cove Christmas will be bringing holiday cheer to Kitsap’s north end on Saturday, Dec. 1. Starting at 10 a.m., a Scandinavian… Continue reading

UPDATED | One dead in fire at Bremerton home

Firefighters confirmed one fatality at a residential structure fire in Bremerton. Responders received the call around 11:15 on Tuesday to a mobile home park in… Continue reading

Poulsbo brewery makes beer for California wildfire relief efforts

Rainy Daze joins nationwide effort.

Port of Kingston welcomes new executive director

Englin’s first day on the job coincides with the start of regular service for M/V Finest.

As more concealed carry permits are issued, firearms instructors concerned over lack of training

About 12 percent of Kitsap County has concealed pistol license.