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North Kitsap Fire & Rescue and the Poulsbo Fire Department are both looking to renew emergency services levies this November. Photo courtesy NKF&R

NKF&R and Poulsbo Fire seeking to continue EMS Levies

Two of Kitsap County’s six public fire departments are asking voters to renew the long-standing property tax that provides funding for the area’s emergency medical… Continue reading

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue and the Poulsbo Fire Department are both looking to renew emergency services levies this November. Photo courtesy NKF&R

High demand pushes Disabled American Veterans Chapter 5 to new Bremerton location

The nonprofit’s old building did not conform to ADA guidelines and lacked adequate parking

Fishline’s Comprehensive Services Center helps thousands since opening

It has been nearly a year since Fishline opened the doors to its new building on Viking Avenue and while increased storage for its food… Continue reading

City of Poulsbo acquires first rights of way for Johnson Parkway project

The City of Poulsbo took another step forward with the Johnson Parkway project by approving the right of way acquisitions for portions of two properties… Continue reading

Bremerton fast, foot ferries ending winter Saturday runs

New schedules are on Kitsap Transit website

League of Women Voters hosts candidate night for North Kitsap voters

League of Women Voters Kitsap will be hosting a candidate forum at Poulsbo City Hall tonight at 5:30 p.m. The candidates will include eight individuals… Continue reading

Candidate forum set for Thursday

SKSD, Port Orchard City Council candidates to appear at Kitsap County Administration Building

Man who stole truck and crashed through Bangor gate sentenced to 34 months

Joshua J. Johannessen pleaded guilty to a count of first-degree robbery

Kitsap Conservation District partners with landowner to restore Carpenter Creek wetland

Landowner Keith Beebe lives off of Barber Cutoff Road in Kingston and recently initiated a restoration plan for the Kitsap Conservation District along the Carpenter… Continue reading

Judith Ryan photography showcased at Villiage Green Community Center

Throughout the month of October Judith Ryan’s photographic collection will be displayed in the Hallway Gallery at the Village Green Community Center in Kingston. The… Continue reading

Stand Down offers vital resources and services for veterans in need

Services included dental screenings, haircuts, hot food and clothes

Halloween Carnival fun with Kiwanis member Helen Hoover as the spooky story teller. Photo courtesy Pat Bennett-Forman

Kingston Kiwanis busy with service projects in fall

By Pat Bennett-Forman Following a successful summer of fundraising, culminating with the annual Salmon Slam, Greater Kingston Kiwanis members have turned their attention to fall… Continue reading

  • Oct 4, 2019
Halloween Carnival fun with Kiwanis member Helen Hoover as the spooky story teller. Photo courtesy Pat Bennett-Forman

Three cars involved in Wednesday crash on Lemolo Shore Drive

One passenger sustained minor injuries following a three-car crash on Wednesday according to the Washington State Patrol. At approximately 4:18 p.m. on Oct. 2, an… Continue reading

Bremerton City Council approves raise for Mayor Wheeler

Wheeler’s salary will jump from $107,000 to $114,000.

Berg, Compton vie for SKSD’s District 2 seat

Challengers seek to replace departing director Garton

West Sound Ecosystem Fair is Oct. 12

Free event is at South Kitsap High School

Kathleen Sutton Fund to host 17th annual fundraiser Oct. 5

The Kathleen Sutton Fund will hold its 17th annual silent and live auction fundraiser Oct. 5 at the Hood Canal Pavilion in Port Gamble. The… Continue reading

Ferries implement Whale Report Alert System

System will provide ferry captains more accurate and updated information regarding orca locations

Photo courtesy of Kitsap Public Health District

Shellfish harvesting closed in Liberty Bay

Kitsap Public Health District announced Tuesday that recreational shellfish harvesting in Liberty Bay is closed due to high levels of the marine biotoxin paralytic shellfish… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of Kitsap Public Health District

Volunteers needed for severe weather shelters

A two-hour training session is required for volunteers