UPDATE | Kingston ferry route returns to full service

  • Tuesday, December 4, 2018 4:09pm
  • News

The Edmonds-Kingston ferry route has returned to two-boat service, according to an update released at 3:04 p.m. by the Washington State Ferries.

The Hyak returned to service for the 3:10 p.m. crossing from Kingston to Edmonds. Unexpected maintenance issues saw the Hyak removed from service around 11 a.m. this morning, forcing the Walla Walla to handle the route alone.

An alert sent out by the ferries at 10:59 a.m. stated that a steering issue with the M/V Hyak and other vessel positioning issues were to blame for the delay of service.

More in News

DUI at Sedgwick on SR 16 causes two-car accident

Driver at fault taken to Tacoma General with injuries

Kitsap Rescue Mission reaches first fundraising goal

The group, which operates Kitsap’s only overnight homeless shelter, has raised $171,800

Bremerton man arrested for possession of child pornography

A Bremerton man and registered sex offender was arrested Wednesday morning for… Continue reading

Routine traffic stop results in two drug arrests in Bremerton

A routine traffic stop turned into a surprise drug bust for Bremerton… Continue reading

Naval Base Kitsap facilities could house coronavirus patients

If needed, NBK could house 20 patients in one of their lodging facilities

A Ford Explorer collided head-on with a Honda Odyssey along Clear Creek Road. (photo courtesy of KCSO)
Three-car collision bocks Clear Creek Road

Both lanes of Clear Creek Road in Silverdale were shut down Thursday… Continue reading

Kingston theater gathers $190,000 through fundraiser

Donations continue to flow in for Kingston Firehouse Theater

Poulsbo task force makes affordable housing recommendations

The Affordable Housing Task Force, the which has been tapped to help… Continue reading

Suspect at large after fleeing from troopers and crashing in Suquamish

Suquamish police: subject fled into the woods near Totten Road

Most Read