Bremerton

Bremerton woman allegedly stabbed husband to escape strangling

A woman allegedly stabbed her husband Thursday after she said he choked her in their residence following an argument over money and cigarettes. According to… Continue reading

 

Great Peninsula Conservancy to host 17th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival

Event will be held at the historic Roxy Theatre in Bremerton, show starts at 1 p.m.

 

City of Bremerton mulls zoning changes to allow homeless encampments

Recent data indicates 58 percent of the county’s unsheltered population is in Bremerton

 

City of Bremerton assistant attorney charged with third-degree assault and DUI

Casey C. Pence allegedly kicked a state trooper after having a BAC of .224

Shipyard welcomes 267 new apprentice graduates

Class represents 24 different trades and maintained an overall class GPA of 3.835

Fired public works employee files lawsuit against City of Bremerton

Suit claims investigation against employee was retaliation for letter of complaint he submitted

Veteran-owned Axe and Arrow gastropub named best overall burger

Restaurant won for their Wagyu burger at the first Battle of the Burger Festival in Tacoma

Bremerton gift shop hosts inaugural beard-growing contest throughout November

Prizes include full shaving set, two tickets to Admiral Theatre concert, and goody bags

Future transit centers underway for Silverdale, Bremerton

Wheaton Way Transit Center expected to open later this year; Silverdale Transit Center in 2022

67-year-old woman charged with vehicular assault after head-on collision

Woman admitted to consuming four martinis before driving; victim sustained multiple facial fractures

Local cancer patient to run in NYC Marathon Nov. 3

Brian Smith will join the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Team for Cures

Local boat manufacturer builds three boats for New York Fire Department

Three latest additions to the FDNY fleet are 33-foot long, full-cabin boats

Shipyard welcomes educators and counselors for tour

Tour consisted of hands-on demonstrations and Q&A panels

Gateway median landscape project work to run through early November

Traffic will be impacted with lane closures on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Kitsap Rescue Mission overnight shelter moves to Salvation Army as temporary permit expires

City announced last week they would not renew temporary occupancy permit due to fire safety concerns

Bremerton Fire Department looks to renew EMS levy in upcoming election

Proposition would authorize regular property tax levy of $0.50 or less per $1,000 of assessed value

KEDA to hold business forum Oct. 24 in Bremerton

Forum begins at 3 p.m. at the Kitsap Conference Center; tickets start at $55