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Transient man charged with arson

A 58-year-old transient man has been charged with arson and harassment after he reportedly set fire to the porch stairs of a relative’s home in… Continue reading

  • Nov 27, 2018

5 sea lions — some shot — found dead in Kitsap County in November

A total of 16 were found in the Puget Sound region.

WSDOT cancels Agate Pass Bridge closures

Road work along State Route 305 at the Agate Pass Bridge has been canceled, according to a Nov. 26 press release from the Washington State… Continue reading

Port of Kingston welcomes new executive director

Englin’s first day on the job coincides with the start of regular service for M/V Finest.

As more concealed carry permits are issued, firearms instructors concerned over lack of training

About 12 percent of Kitsap County has concealed pistol license.

34 Grants totaling more than $76,000 were awarded to North Kitsap School District teachers and staff during the North Kitsap Schools Foundation’s Celebration of Education.

North Kitsap Schools Foundation awards $76,000 in grants

The North Kitsap Schools Foundation has awarded 34 grants totaling $76,041 to teachers and employees within the North Kitsap School District during the foundation’s 2018… Continue reading

34 Grants totaling more than $76,000 were awarded to North Kitsap School District teachers and staff during the North Kitsap Schools Foundation’s Celebration of Education.

Kingston Cove Yacht Club spreads cheer through donated stockings

For the last three years, Kingston Cove Yacht Club members have been volunteering their time to spread holiday cheer with custom-sewn stockings and treats for… Continue reading

Despite recent spate of wrecks, Hansville Road NE crashes trending down

Several fatal crashes along Hansville Road between Kingston and Hansville have some residents concerned about the safety of the road. According to reports from the… Continue reading

Missing Olalla woman taken into custody

Jesse Moore found Nov. 20 at South Kitsap residence

Port Orchard Police Report

An annoying smile, a fleeing semi and phone fraud

Superintendent forms second annual Student Roundtable

Student representatives gather from district high schools

Kitsap Transit’s M/V Finest will have a special “Finest Friday” sailing schedule on Nov. 23. Nick Twietmeyer | Kitsap news Group.

Special Black Friday schedule announced for Kingston’s M/V Finest

Those hoping to do some Black Friday shopping in Seattle this year will have a new option for getting to the Emerald City with special… Continue reading

Kitsap Transit’s M/V Finest will have a special “Finest Friday” sailing schedule on Nov. 23. Nick Twietmeyer | Kitsap news Group.

Take your pick: New gift shop to open in downtown Bremerton

Staffed by adults with developmental disabilities, The Gift Basket’s core value is “all persons have the ability to grow and excel.”

As winter nears, Salvation Army braces for increasing need

The emergency winter shelter in Bremerton has seen attendance grow steadily over the last four years.

SK Indian Education Program meeting set

The meeting is to focus on spring testing and graduation data.

The Road Report

Thanksgiving holiday to minimize road construction work Nov. 19-23.

<em>On Nov. 16, Sharenet in Kingston worked to distribute Thanksgiving dinner to those who have sought assistance from the food bank this holiday season.</em>
                                Nick Twietmeyer/Kitsap News Group

PHOTOS | ShareNet distributes Thanksgiving dinners

Volunteers and workers at Kingston’s ShareNet distributed boxes containing Thanksgiving dinner supplies on Nov. 16. One volunteer estimated he had delivered 1,000 pounds worth of… Continue reading

<em>On Nov. 16, Sharenet in Kingston worked to distribute Thanksgiving dinner to those who have sought assistance from the food bank this holiday season.</em>
                                Nick Twietmeyer/Kitsap News Group

Pope Resources is harvesting 467 acres of trees in Poulsbo

Environmental coalition prepares for another fight.

Bremerton passes 2019 budget, outlines $128 million in spending

Councilors differed over affordable housing, street maintenance.

Poulsbo Police Department report for Nov. 12—18

Incidents 11/12/2018 - 00:08 - H18001448 - DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE/LIQUOR OR DRUGS - JOHNSON RD NE / STATE HWY 305 NE 11/12/2018 - 09:53… Continue reading