Bob Smith

Port Orchard spraying to control vegetation Sept. 30-Oct. 4

The weather may impact spray schedule

For SKHS student, CF Hero 5K Fun Run is a personal quest

Piper Willson has paired with her DECA school partner to organize event

Superintendent Winter wants to hear from community

Thoughtexchange is being enlisted to gather South Kitsap input

Fall Stand Down to serve vets, families Saturday

Event is for veterans and their families

WSF: Triangle route schedule working well

But maintenance schedule disruption coming

Show your Wolves flag!

Flying the SK flag is becoming a community ‘thing’

‘Blue’ stars at Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office open house

K-9 units save lives at every end

Body found in waters near Port Orchard Yacht Club

No details released about the individual, but foul play isn’t suspected

Former Jordan’s Western Wear building tumbles to wrecking crew

The site at 639 Bay St. is expected to become part of downtown Port Orchard’s planned redevelopment

SKSD school board candidates – District 5

District 5 candidates Daily and Wall diverge on school district goals and needs

Sheriff’s Office hosting open house Saturday

Visitors can tour Kitsap County Jail, speak with staffers

Part Two: Port Orchard’s new police chief

Brown says his department will embrace change, raise community’s level of trust

Portion of Melcher Street closed today for paving

Street section between Pottery and Heron Ridge is closed until 4 p.m.

Port Orchard’s new top cop sees collaboration as key department asset

Former Poulsbo deputy chief says flexibility, ability to change are leadership ingredients

PFD commissioners affirm their support for SK project

‘Devil is in the details’

Burglary suspect arrested Sunday in South Kitsap

Robert Lee Nicoson, 31, was arrested around noon in Port Orchard

Single-use plastic bags to be banned Jan. 1

Kitsap County, Bremerton and Port Orchard enact ordinances

Heightened DUI patrols are on the roadways

Poly-drug drivers are increasingly involved in fatalities

IRS scammers are at work 24/7

Taxpayers are warned that IRS scammers are at work to part you from your money