Bob Smith

Kilmer recognized for bipartisan work in Congress

Congressman receives Legislative Action Award

Flu season is back with us

Five reported having died in Kitsap County

Randall to host three town halls March 23

Sessions will be in Bremerton, Gig Harbor and Vaughn

Where is Jennifer?

Sheriff’s Office is cracking open its cold-case files

Final day of SKSD classes: June 18

Just two days added to school calendar following snow closures

How did the 26th LD vote this week?

A compilation of major bills under consideration in the state Legislature.

McCormick Village Park: It’s open in time for spring

New Port Orchard park is finally ready for visitors

Kitsap County Road Report

Maintenance work ongoing through March 22

Fatality in South Kitsap fire determined accidental

Victim’s heating pad found to have caused recliner fire

South Kitsap woman dies from smoke inhalation

Elderly woman apparently succumbs from smoldering cigarette in chair

Civic boosters urge KPFD to commit to civic center project

More than 100 Port Orchard supporters attend board meeting

Harper Estuary restoration and park project meeting is March 21

Discussion will take place at Colby United Methodist Church

WSF’s Triangle Route schedule change happens March 31

Sailings connect Southworth, Vashon and Fauntleroy terminals

Tornado’s downed trees cut for use next year

Port Orchard volunteers pitch in with muscle power and chainsaws

Randall, Caldier bills move on for consideration

Two bills sponsored by members of the 26th Legislative District have moved on for consideration after being approved by their respective chambers. The state Senate… Continue reading

Rosellen Berberich is crowned Fathoms Royalty Court Queen

Cory Miller anointed prince for 2019

Gig Harbor ninth-grader spends week as Senate page

Elena Weymiller learns how state government works from the inside.

SRO training requirements bill passes Senate

Legislation defines law enforcement officer’s role on campus

Kitsap Transit sets March community meetings

Transit users can ask questions at March 23, 30 sessions

Port Orchard Boulevard closed until 4 p.m. today

The closure is needed for storm cleanup and hazardous tree removal.