Bay Street

Bay Street to go ‘full Santa’ on Saturday

Festival of Chimes and Lights takes its 21st bow

 

Gingerbread house contest set for December

Entries on display at Port Orchard Market

 

‘Ladies Night Out’ set for June 7

The evening shopping fest runs from 5-8 p.m.

Peninsula BevCo moving to former Amy’s On The Bay space

New location should be open by August

Members of the Port Orchard Bay Street Association have asked the City Council to take another look at changing the time limits drivers can stay in their downtown parking space. (Bob Smith | Kitsap Daily News)

POBSA pushes back on downtown parking

City Council to revisit parking time limits

Members of the Port Orchard Bay Street Association have asked the City Council to take another look at changing the time limits drivers can stay in their downtown parking space. (Bob Smith | Kitsap Daily News)

May Day on Bay

Merchants stage a May Day Basket contest

May Day in bloom

Spring baskets to brighten Bay Street next week

A dream and a taproom

Peninsula BevCo is reimagining the brew scene in Port Orchard

Community center concept being planned for downtown

New plan to incorporate elements of 640 Bay St. multi-use building

HALLOW-SCREAM!!

Saturday downtown will be a frightening scene

Friday is ’Ladies Night Out’ on Bay Street

Event runs from 5 to 8 p.m.

Section of Bay Street to be closed for three days

Detours to begin Monda, Aug. 6.

Bay Street exit, on-ramp closures this week

SR 166 is to be impacted Tuesday through Thursday, May 22-24.

Mother’s Day Garden Party May 12 at Public Market

The event takes place from noon until 3 p.m.

Josephine’s Mercantile open in downtown Port Orchard

PORT ORCHARD — Downtown Port Orchard’s Bay Street just got a new spring in its step with the opening of Josephine’s Mercantile at 701 Bay… Continue reading

New mixed-use project is good news for Port Orchard

Finally. Some movement has been made to begin the long process of redeveloping downtown Port Orchard. On Feb. 13, the City Council unanimously approved a… Continue reading

As envisioned by Waterman Investment Partners, its proposed five-story mixed-use development would front three streets: Bay (as shown in the illustration), Frederick and Prospect streets. (RiceFergusMiller illustration)

New site for library part of 640 Bay St. building project plans

Waterman Investment Partners, LLC was the sole bidder for the city-owned downtown lot.

As envisioned by Waterman Investment Partners, its proposed five-story mixed-use development would front three streets: Bay (as shown in the illustration), Frederick and Prospect streets. (RiceFergusMiller illustration)

New site for library part of 640 Bay St. building project plans

Waterman Investment Partners, LLC was the sole bidder for the city-owned downtown lot.