During the last year, Sugar Studios owner Daleen Grimes has provided sugar fixes in the form of cookies and baked goods from her Old Town Silverdale shop at 3330 N.W. Lowell St. This week marks her first year in business.
Despite its new roots in Kitsap County, the program has got some students already dreaming of being famous.
The nonprofit works to save horses that are neglected or abused
For one local business owner, a trade that once started out in a closet has finally expanded to larger quarters with more opportunities. Lorilee Morsette, owner of Chandelier, a downtown Bremerton bead shop, opened her very first store June 9.
Despite the darkness that surrounds her, Kelly Beckett has learned to find the bright side of things in life.
Portland was found starving in a field in Snohomish County when he was discovered last June. Shortly after, the thoroughbred horse was retrieved by SAFE (Save a Forgotten Equine), an organization that focuses on rescuing, rehabbing, and retraining horses that have faced neglect or abuse.
Despite its small size, the blackberry fruit has become the central focus of the annual Blackberry Festival for the last 25 years in Bremerton. The event starts Saturday and runs through Labor Day on Monday.
It’s a place for the community to reconnect, find resources and meet new friends.
Here’s a look at local crime happenings. All the information was pulled from documents from Bremerton Police Department or Kitsap Sheriff’s Office reports.
With the recent passing of beloved actor and comic Robin Williams, discussions on suicide prevention have taken front and center for many mental health organizations across the nation.
Health district releases latest scores from inspections of restaurants
The Kitsap County Fair & Stampede is just around the corner and is promising “Fun for the Whole Herd” at this year’s event.
Hundreds of searchers continued Aug. 6 to search the area for Jenise Paulette Wright, the 6-year-old East Bremerton girl reported missing three days earlier.
The Central Kitsap neighborhood where six-year-old Jenise Wright went missing has been roped off to the public as investigators expand the search for her.
The family of Amina Kocer-Bowman, who was shot Feb. 22, 2012, at Armin Jahr Elementary School, received a $1.2 million settlement today from the Bremerton School District and the owner of the gun that discharged and critically wounded the girl in 2012.
Woman wants her son to leave a mark on the world.
Puppy was hit by a car last week and is slowly recovering with the help of local community members.
Patrons wandering into the downtown Bremerton Library this week got a little taste of Japanese culture.
Jangle is a dog with one busy schedule. Certain Saturdays are slated for library trips, where eager kids wait to read to her. On Wednesdays, she sometimes visits those in the Kitsap Housing Authority. Wherever she goes, she’s ready to greet people with her wet nose and wagging tail.
Starting next month, outdoorsy folks will notice some changes in Newberry Hill Heritage Park. The park, located in Central Kitsap, will be the first site of a forest restoration thinning project under the Kitsap County Forest Stewardship Program.
A recent grant awarded to the Bremerton and Central Kitsap school districts will help aid students who struggle with reading this upcoming school year.
After a long weekend of high temperatures, Sunday evening cooled off and finished with a stunning sunset.
One of Kitsap County’s finest cowboys took his final ride under a cloudless blue sky on Friday morning.