Tyler Shuey

Volunteers needed for Citizens On Patrol

Volunteers receive special training and work in teams of two; uniforms and vehicles provided

Citizens needed on county advisory committees

Applications currently open

Navy to conduct testing on Hood Canal through June

Navy environmental site review concluded that testing will not threaten marine life or habitat

AG Ferguson’s bill to ban 3D-printed guns passes Legislature

The House agreed to the Senate amendment by a vote of 56-40; the measure now heads to Gov. Inslee

Agate Dreams introduces online cannabis ordering and pickup service

The Suquamish cannabis retailer became the first in North Kitsap to offer such a service

Manette Park reopens

The City of Bremerton Parks & Recreation Department held a grand reopening of Manette Park on Saturday, April 20. Improvements to the park include accessible… Continue reading

Registration now open for Hammer it Home Softball Tournament

Teams can be formed from different builder and associate businesses

A look at the exterior of the new CKHS. Tyler Shuey / Kitsap News Group

School officials say new Central Kitsap High School is on track as grand opening approaches

New school focuses on accommodating modern learning needs

A look at the exterior of the new CKHS. Tyler Shuey / Kitsap News Group

State and county health officials say Dyes Inlet pollution is not a new problem

Dyes Inlet facing possible commercial shellfish harvest restrictions due to high levels of bacteria

Bremerton man arrested for allegedly pawning a stolen firearm

The gun was one of 20-25 firearms stolen during a February burglary in Port Orchard

Commercial shellfish harvest threatened in Dyes Inlet due to bacterial pollution

Dyes Inlet is one of 18 threatened areas says DOH

Ferries release action plan for greener vessels and terminals

The plan includes initiatives to protect orca whales and reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Bremerton man arrested after allegedly running over his wife’s foot and fleeing in his vehicle

A man was arrested last Tuesday after allegedly running over his wife’s foot before fleeing in his vehicle. According to a certificate of probable cause,… Continue reading

Gorst sewer repair contracts confirmed at Bremerton City Council Wednesday

Two companies helped streamline the repairs after Bremerton Mayor Greg Wheeler declared an emergency

Local nonprofit donates 200 boxes of toys to kids fighting cancer on Easter

Boxes and toys were delivered Thursday to regional children’s hospitals

Sailor in stable condition after sustaining gunshot wound aboard USS Carl Vinson

Investigation into the incident is ongoing

USS Nimitz to conduct active shooter training April 23

The training will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton

Arson suspect now in-custody

Corey Joseph Phillips, 31, was arrested Wednesday on an outstanding warrant

Extra statewide traffic patrols on 4/20

Patrols will be looking for drunk and drugged drivers

Kitsap Water Festival provides a fun lesson about all things wet

Third and fourth graders took part in exhibitions and presentations from area organizations