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County has recycling options for used cooking oil

Four locations are available throughout Kitsap County.

Vehicular homicide charged after man dies in crash

Fred Hake, 85, sustained fatal injuries on Route 3 Monday. Police allege the other driver was intoxicated.

Sheriff’s Office: Port Orchard man admitted to drive-by shooting

A Port Orchard man has been charged with first-degree assault and drive by shooting following a couple of incidents on Nov. 17 and 18. According… Continue reading

  • Nov 20, 2018
Scott Power of the Olympic Peninsula Paranormal Society, orchestrates the rotation of visitors in the Walker-Ames house during a paranormal investigation.

Ghost conference makes Port Gamble a paranormal hot spot

Skeptics and believers, mediums, mystics, healers and scientists descended upon Port Gamble from Nov. 16-18 for the 2018 Port Gamble Ghost Conference. Once the proverbial… Continue reading

Scott Power of the Olympic Peninsula Paranormal Society, orchestrates the rotation of visitors in the Walker-Ames house during a paranormal investigation.

Police share photo of explosive found near Bremerton elementary school

The device appears to be a “homemade firework,” a security expert said.

Angel ending her elective career

Legislator and commissioner, Angel has followed a sometimes difficult path to public service

Airporter driver dies in Highway 16 crash

Van left road and hit a tree, then burst into flames

<em>Rob Gelder, Derek Kilmer, John Clauson and Gov. Jay Inslee cut the ribbon on the walkway to M/V Finest’s moorage at the Port of Kingston. </em>Nick Twietmeyer/Kitsap News Group

VIDEO | Kingston, Seattle finally connected via fast ferry

Kitsap Transit’s new fast ferry, the M/V Finest, took center stage during a grand opening ceremony in Kingston on Nov. 19. Gov. Jay Inslee, Congressman… Continue reading

<em>Rob Gelder, Derek Kilmer, John Clauson and Gov. Jay Inslee cut the ribbon on the walkway to M/V Finest’s moorage at the Port of Kingston. </em>Nick Twietmeyer/Kitsap News Group

End of whale watching? Orca task force wants temporary ban

Measures will require “significant investment” from the state and regional partners, report says.

Want to become a Fathoms Royal Court member?

There’s time to apply for this ‘life-changing’ opportunity, director says

Rockwell Pocket Park hearing is Nov. 29

City Council has scheduled a public hearing on waterfront park plans.

Third segment of pedestrian pathway nearing finish line

Entire project to be completed in 2023

Neighbors gather in Bremerton to discuss spike in petty crime

“I understand your complaints,” BPD officer Capt. Randy Plumb said. “I’ve received a lot of them.”

NRA sues state of Washington, Attorney General

Lawsuit claims new gun measure is unconstitutional.

Kitsap firefighter recovering after California accident

Firefighter struck by a vehicle has non-life-threatening injuries.

Second Tremont roundabout is taking shape

Curbing has given the intersection some curves

Volunteers with Poulsbo-North Kitsap Rotary Club pose for a photo during a cemetery cleanup on Nov. 10.

Volunteers help clean up Poulsbo Cemetery

The Poulsbo Cemetery received some TLC from a group of 15 volunteers who rolled up their sleeves and got to work weeding, picking up trash… Continue reading

Volunteers with Poulsbo-North Kitsap Rotary Club pose for a photo during a cemetery cleanup on Nov. 10.

Bremerton man charged with armed burglary

The homeowner chased the suspect after he fled, according to police.

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.

Lawsuit against Pope Resources dropped

Group states $70,000 legal costs to blame.