Bob Smith

Anderson bests Edwards in Port of Bremerton commissioner’s race

Incumbent Wall loses SKSD director’s seat to district critic Daily

Manchester State Park shows its true fall colors

Buildings etched by history overlook Rich Passage

SK students raise funds for Special Olympics

Trio raises $5,834 as part of DECA project

KPFD board awards up to $12 million for SK community events center

Plenty of steps ahead until the project is built in 3 to 5 years

House approves impeachment inquiry rules package

Representatives vote 232-196 to approve; all Republicans oppose measure, two Democrats vote no

17 fire units needed to extinguish fire at Port Orchard residence

Blaze began as electrical fire in home’s interior wall

Helpline food bank seeking holiday donations

Thanksgiving, Christmas holidays are coming up

Law enforcement on the lookout for South Kitsap burglar

Christopher Smith is wanted on a felony warrant for residential burglary

Scarecrow screams!

Eclectic collection of Halloween sentinels ready for your vote

Port Orchard man jailed on child pornography charges

Explicit images of minors found on his cellphone

Howl-O-Ween adoptions at Humane Society Oct. 31

All adoption fees will be discounted from noon until 5:30 p.m.

McCormick Woods is next to get hydrants flushed

Water system maintenance will take place Monday through Wednesday

Woman charged for domestic assault

A trial in Kitsap County Superior Court is set for Jan. 6.

Cheers restaurant to be razed for mixed-use building

Property owner plans to build 39 residential units and offer commercial space

Caldier: Constituents say ‘no’ to state income tax, road use fee

Republican state representative surveys 26th LD constituents

South Kitsap’s ‘CF warriors’ raise money to combat CF

Organizers Piper Willson and Joseph Laws say the 5K Run will become annual event

Manchester wastewater treatment plant is ‘outstanding’

State recognizes outstanding performance at Manchester, Kingston plants

Fathoms O’ Fun royalty scholarship program seeking applicants

Potential Royalty Court candidates being sought from among 6th through 12th graders in South Kitsap.