Breaking a sweat 24/7

Snap Fitness opens in East Bremerton.

One-of-a-kind family practice

Classic Homeopathy opens in Old Town Silverdale.

Putting the pedal to the metal

Kart Trax open for business in Bremerton.

Fit to a ‘T’

T-Shirt Factory now open in Kitsap Mall.

Local tree man marks a milestone

Darrel Emel’s Tree Service turns 50.

Worldwide tech company has local roots

ATS awarded more than $43,000 to fund data analysis engine.

Silverdale Upholstery & Canvas keeping Silverdale covered

Old Town Silverdale business celebrating 30 years.

A friend for fido when the owner’s away

By RACHEL BRANTStaff writerWhen Renee and Chris Pearce moved to Seabeck three years ago, their neighbors entrusted them to watch their pets from time to… Continue reading

Going green

Chiropractic Lifestyle Center scheduled to open this spring.

Turning back the hands of time

Clockstoppers celebrates grand opening.

STAT Medical keeping patients on the go

By RACHEL BRANTStaff writerSTAT Medical moved to Lebo Boulevard in East Bremerton last fall and branch manager Patrice Holland could not be happier.STAT Medical, formerly… Continue reading

There’s a new barbecue joint in town

Famous Dave’s open for business in Silverdale.

Pumping iron 24/7

Snap Fitness opens in Silverdale.


Allstate Insurance Company recognized agent Robert Scharf of Silverdale for his 15 years of service at Allstate.

Bringing indoor living to the outdoors

Rich’s Stoves, Spas and Patio opens on Silverdale Way.


Karin Kay recently announced the addition of Associate Broker Peggy Carver to its staff. Carver most recently was the broker/owner of The Real Estate Shoppe. She plans to continue specializing in residential and land listings and sales.


Wolfe Law Office PLLC recently announced that Nancy Rees Austin joined the firm. She is a Kitsap County native currently residing in Southworth with a strong background in law and business.

‘Insuring your lifestyle, insuring your future’

Cindy Gilmore and Janiece Chipman have been in the insurance business many years.

CK Food Bank seeing more community need

A growing number of Central Kitsap residents were served by the Central Kitsap Food Bank in February, in numbers recently released.

Put your money where your mouth is

Restaurants to raise money for Kitsap County HIV AIDS Foundation tomorrow.