Bob Smith

Search for new police chief begins

Marti to retire this year; salary boost expected to increase recruitment pool

 

Amy’s On The Bay restaurant closes its doors

Cheers Bar & Grill also no longer in business

 

Feb. 5 is hearing date for zoning code, map update

Planning Commission is seeking public input on city’s draft update.

Three SK educators earn top teaching certification

In total, 59 teachers have earned this top teaching credential.

Roundabout 101:

Here are some pointers for Tremont’s new multi-lane roundabouts

New driver safety course at Eagles

Other AARP classes set through April

Port Orchard artist has entry in CVG art show

Competition opens to the public on Saturday, Jan. 26.

Putaansuu says he’s running again for mayor

Mayor cites achievements during term on transportation, zoning and parks

Project Connect fairs throughout Kitsap County next week

Events set for Jan. 22-24 in Port Orchard, Bremerton and Kingston

Winners Circle at Sidney Art Gallery

Winning artists from last year’s Helen Norris Open Art Show are recognized at a reception.

Reward set for fitness center thieves’ identity

$1,000 in cash stolen from member’s wallet

Kitsap County Road Report

Some delays may be encountered on certain roads between Jan. 14-18.

Caldier pre-files legislative bills for start of session

One proposal would provide oversight on nonprofit health care CEO, board salaries

KPFD to take up community center proposal Jan. 14

Port Orchard investment group is seeking $14 million from board

Kitsap Point-In-Time homelessness count starts Jan. 22

Volunteers are still needed to assist countywide effort

Putaansuu’s message on December tornado:

Mayor thankful no lives were lost, takes pride in Port Orchard’s response

Eagles donates $3,500 for Helpline’s holiday giving

PORT ORCHARD — The Port Orchard Eagles stepped up this Christmas holiday season to provide financial help for South Kitsap Helpline: $3,500 worth of assistance.… Continue reading

KCU offering tornado disaster-relief loans

Credit union loan is a no-interest note for up to $5,000.

McCormick Village Park not open — yet

PORT ORCHARD — While a ribbon-cutting ceremony Dec. 21 at the new McCormick Village Park on Old Clifton Road signaled that the second and final… Continue reading