Bob Smith

Kitsap County teens: Ecology Youth Corps looking for summer help

More than 300 teenagers through the state of Washington will be hired to clean up road litter.

 

Fire hydrants to get the royal flush in Port Orchard

Fire hydrants will be flushed next week as part of a semiannual preventative procedure.

 

One-way foot ferry tickets now sold at Bremerton dock

Ticket vending machines are in the upper waiting area of the Bremerton dock.

 

Tremont street project detours begin Tuesday

The Tremont Street widening project’s phase 2 work is expected to be completed by December.

Rep. Young to host town halls Feb. 17

26th District state representative to appear at four district locations.

SKHS Class of ‘78 reunion is June 30

Fortieth anniversary reunion set for Bremerton Convention Center

As envisioned by Waterman Investment Partners, its proposed five-story mixed-use development would front three streets: Bay (as shown in the illustration), Frederick and Prospect streets. (RiceFergusMiller illustration)

New site for library part of 640 Bay St. building project plans

Waterman Investment Partners, LLC was the sole bidder for the city-owned downtown lot.

As envisioned by Waterman Investment Partners, its proposed five-story mixed-use development would front three streets: Bay (as shown in the illustration), Frederick and Prospect streets. (RiceFergusMiller illustration)

New site for library part of 640 Bay St. building project plans

Waterman Investment Partners, LLC was the sole bidder for the city-owned downtown lot.

No-contact advisory issued for Sinclair Inlet

A 1,000-gallon untreated sewage spill was reported by Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Rep. Young to host Feb. 15 telephone town hall

The 26th District legislator will answer questions about the ongoing legislative session.

Severe weather shelters open this weekend

PORT ORCHARD — Due to expected freezing weather conditions, the Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management said it will activate the county’s Severe Weather Shelter… Continue reading

SK Community Pride Scholarship seeking applicants

The scholarship is a $2,000 award for a graduating South Kitsap senior.

Hundreds of voter records delivered late to county

A software glitch at the DOL kept voter information from being transmitted to Kitsap County.

Need help with tax returns? Assistance is nearby

Free service available in six county towns until April 15.

Lot size change in urban growth areas up for debate

A public hearing has been set for Poulsbo Feb. 12.

Open house to review final county park plan draft

Public hearing coming up on Feb. 12 in Poulsbo

Tremont Street project preparing detours

The road widening project is about to enter its second phase, necessitating detours.

Flu season is hitting us especially hard this year

If you haven’t gotten a flu shot, it’s imperative that you get one.

New rules for building permits supplied by well water

Changes affect how county DCD reviews and approves new building permits relying on well water.