Tyler Shuey

State program promotes National Safe Boating Week

National Safe Boating Week begins May 18 through May 24

Update | Ridgetop Middle School teacher eliminated in semifinals of 2019 Jeopardy Teachers Tournament

Joe Rengstorf will go home with $10,000 just for qualifying as a semifinalist

K-9 helps track down wanted suspect in East Bremerton

The 33-year-old man had three arrest warrants

NBK-Bangor demolition and burn training scheduled for Thursday, May 16

Training will run from about 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Detours announced in downtown Bremerton for Armed Forces Day Parade Saturday

Routes 24, 26, 212 and 217 will be detoured in the downtown area from 7 a.m. to approximately 2 p.m.

Kitsap Building Association introduces new Builder Grant Program

Program intends to address the lack of available workforce in the construction trades

Three Bremerton public works employees disciplined following investigation

Discipline notices come after public works director Chal Martin was fired last week

Temporary power outage to occur at Bremerton foot ferries dock Wednesday night

Power is expected to be restored by 7 a.m. Thursday morning

Great Peninsula Conservancy Executive Director set to retire

Sandra Staples-Bortner served an 11 year tenure at the helm of the land trust

Deputies: Shelton man attempted to steal school district vehicle before high speed chase

Suspect allegedly stole a CKSD truck before fleeing deputies

Two suspects arrested in Bremerton following March robbery, one suspect at large

According to police, the victim was tied up at gunpoint and forced to withdraw money from an ATM

Reforms passed to protect teens from ‘sexting’ prosecution

New law protects teenagers from felony prosecution and promotes prevention and intervention

Mayor Greg Wheeler (File photo)

Bremerton’s Mayor Wheeler fires public works director

Martin’s termination was the result of a workplace misconduct violation

Mayor Greg Wheeler (File photo)

Local piano student earns honors, teaches other musicians

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Longtime Silverdale port commissioner reflects on career

Lawrence Greaves served as a Port of Silverdale Commissioner since 2000.

Public meeting on Quincy Square project to be held May 6

The project honors former Bremerton resident and famous music record producer Quincy Jones

Work to remove fish barrier culvert on Chico Creek begins

Kitsap County Public Works is set to begin construction of a new bridge on Golf Club Hill Road

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