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It’s official: Widened Tremont Street is opening Aug. 2

City is planning a celebration to mark end of 24-month project

 

Fasten up this summer driving season, WSP says

Statistics show a startling correlation between not belting and injuries, even death

 

Two level III sex offenders wanted by Kitsap County Sheriff’s Detectives

The two individuals are Codi James Cousins and Bob David Huffman Jr.

  • Jul 16, 2019

 

Tribal Canoe Journey celebrating 30 years in Suquamish

Traditional ocean going canoes are scheduled to land at the Charles Lawrence boat ramp this Friday, as the Suquamish tribe welcomes other tribes of the… Continue reading

Coming up: Manchester Festival, Flea Market

Events are set for Aug. 3 at Stormwater Park

17-year-old in serious condition following SR 305 crash

Around 1 p.m. Friday, July 12, Washington State Patrol responded to a crash at the intersection of SR 305 and Totten Road. According to Washington… Continue reading

Manslaughter suspect sentenced to 90 months

Man shot Port Orchard woman while cleaning stolen rifle

Superintendent: many factors at play in NKSD budget deficit

Shadow of McCleary fix, low enrollment, higher health care cost, working against a balanced budget

Community honors ‘indigent’ residents who passed without friends or family

Coroner Jeff Wallis, Commissioner Ed Wolfe and CKFR Chaplain Don Melendez spoke at the service

Battle of the Bands competition rocks Slippery Pig Brewery

First round of Kitsap’s Battle of the Bands kicks off in Poulsbo

AG Ferguson visits Kitsap Rotary Clubs

Ferguson is scheduled to visit four more Kitsap County rotaries this week

Chris Craft wooden boats gather at Port Orchard Marina

Up to 80 vessels tied up for the 30th annual Rendezvous

Port Orchard’s National Night Out is Aug. 6

Nationwide community crime prevention awareness event begins at 5:30 p.m.

Deputy Fire Marshal Kristi Wlodarchak examines the debris from a fire, stopped before it caused more damage due to a combination of technology and fast firefighter response, at a Kingston-area home Sunday evening. Photo courtesy Poulsbo Fire Department

‘Smart’ smoke detector alerts family to Kingston fire

Technology played a crucial role in the rapid response by emergency responders for a house fire in Kingston Sunday. A North Kitsap Fire & Rescue… Continue reading

  • Jul 15, 2019
Deputy Fire Marshal Kristi Wlodarchak examines the debris from a fire, stopped before it caused more damage due to a combination of technology and fast firefighter response, at a Kingston-area home Sunday evening. Photo courtesy Poulsbo Fire Department

Poulsbo police blotter June 17–23

Incident listing for June 17-23, 2019 06/17/2019 - 21:02 - Malicious mischief - NE Meadow Run Dr. 06/17/2019 - 22:01 - Hit and run, unattended… Continue reading

Four teens hurt in Highway 305 crash

Four teenagers were injured and Highway 305 was blocked for more than 2 1/2 hours Friday afternoon after a Poulsbo girl pulled in front of… Continue reading

  • Jul 12, 2019

Poulsbo City Council intends to adopt tax for affordable housing

Thanks to the passage of House Bill (HB) 1406, Poulsbo, like many cities in Washington, now have the opportunity to adopt a sales and use… Continue reading

Forum showcases candidates for Bremerton City Council District 6

Council member Richard Huddy recently announced he will not be seeking re-election for District 6

Chris Craft Rendezvous, Artisan & Vintage Fair enliven downtown Port Orchard through Saturday

Annual events coincide with Port Orchard Farmers Market on Saturday

77-year-old Tacoma man found dead in Hood Canal Thursday afternoon

KCSO: no criminal actions suspected in the death of Douglas William Gant

  • Jul 12, 2019