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State Sen. Christine Rolfes to host community conversations across Kitsap County in early December

Event gives folks a chance to comment or ask questions about legislation that affects Kitsap

NW Golf Range to close before Christmas

Business provides a driving range, a Northwest logging themed mini-golf course, and batting cages

Trees like this will be in businesses and Churches around Poulsbo for Fishlines Christmas Child Program. (photo courtesy of Fishline)

Fishline’s ‘Christmas Child’ program kicks off the holiday season

The holiday season has arrived at Fishline Foodbank and Comprehensive Services. The nonprofit organization has begun offering its “Christmas Child” program, where it invites the… Continue reading

Trees like this will be in businesses and Churches around Poulsbo for Fishlines Christmas Child Program. (photo courtesy of Fishline)
A notice map shows all of the business and areas informed about the potential construction of the Vanaheimr building ( Photo courtesy of Poulsbo Economic Development Department)

Poulsbo Hearing Examiner approves site plan for Vanaheimr building

On Nov. 18, Poulsbo Hearing Examiner Gary McLean officially approved a site plan review for the Vanaheimr mixed-use building, which will be located at the… Continue reading

A notice map shows all of the business and areas informed about the potential construction of the Vanaheimr building ( Photo courtesy of Poulsbo Economic Development Department)

Silverdale Christmas tree lighting set for Saturday, Nov. 30

Activities start at 2 p.m. and conclude at 5 p.m. with Santa lighting the Christmas tree

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Sharenet helps North Kitsap residents prepare for holidays and more

ShareNet food bank in Kingston is restoring some dignity to its clients through its new holiday meal shopping program. ShareNet has been serving folks in… Continue reading

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Update | Poulsbo robbery suspect arrested

Brian John Littke, the suspect in a Nov. 23 robbery near Poulsbo was arrested and booked into Kitsap County Jail on Nov. 25. At around… Continue reading

Severe Weather Shelters open across Kitsap for holiday weekend

The following Severe Weather Shelters will be open from Wednesday, Nov. 27 through Saturday, Nov. 30.Gateway Fellowship, West Wing Building - 18901 8th Avenue NE… Continue reading

World AIDS Day in Bremerton on Sunday

Event is set for 2-5 p.m. at Norm Dicks Government Center

Cybersecurity in Kitsap is done by students thanks to Pisces program through WWU

Local college programs are working to fill the gaps in the cyber security industry. According to a CNBC article published Nov. 1, cybersecurity firms are… Continue reading

Rock climbing gym coming to Bremerton

Owner Michele Lang also runs Island Rock Gym on Bainbridge Island

Kingston Community Meal set for Dec. 13

The next Kingston Community Meal will be Dec. 13, 2019. The second Friday of each month Kingston offers a free community meal from 5-6:30 p.m.… Continue reading

  • Nov 27, 2019

Poulsbo Christmas tree lighting Nov. 29

Join the community at the corner of Viking Ave and Lindvig Way, by the Viking statue and ring in the holiday season during the annual… Continue reading

December Village Green Foundation news

Festival of trees Christmas trees, artfully decorated by businesses and community members, started filling the lobby of the Village Green Community Center in mid-November. In… Continue reading

Poulsbo man arrested after allegedly using infant as ‘shield’ from police

Alex Joseph Bullard, 25, was arrested Nov. 22 on charges of assault in the second degree and violation of a protection order. According to court… Continue reading

Severe Weather Shelters open ahead of anticipated freezing weather

Due to anticipated freezing weather conditions, the Kitsap County Severe Weather Shelters will be activated starting today. Four shelters will have been opened beginning at… Continue reading

  • Nov 26, 2019

December North Kitsap Fire & Rescue news

The results of the November elections are in, and it appears that voters have reauthorized our emergency medical services levy again. We so appreciate the… Continue reading

<em>Leo Fried stands among the bright yellow signs that announce the retirement sale at his shop, Blue Heron Jewelry.</em>
                                Ken Park/Kitsap News Group

Poulsbo’s Blue Heron Jewelry owner retiring after 40 years

After 40 years of building relationships in Poulsbo and the greater parts of western Washington, Blue Heron Jewelry will be closing its doors at the… Continue reading

<em>Leo Fried stands among the bright yellow signs that announce the retirement sale at his shop, Blue Heron Jewelry.</em>
                                Ken Park/Kitsap News Group
Representatives from DSHS, SCC, and DOC held a forum at the Poulsbo Library to address public concerns regarding the SVP house on Viking Way

DSHS hosts forum on sex offender housing alternatives

Following up on their quick exit from a community notification meeting on Oct. 21, officials from the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services… Continue reading

Representatives from DSHS, SCC, and DOC held a forum at the Poulsbo Library to address public concerns regarding the SVP house on Viking Way

Gingerbread house contest set for December

Entries on display at Port Orchard Market