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.
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.
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.
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.
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.