Bremerton

Pablo Cruise to perform Friday at the Admiral Theatre

Show starts at 7: 30 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m.

Local private school will study Kitsap Lake algae blooms

School project looks to prevent recurrent algal blooms at Kitsap Lake

Arrest made after alleged childcare center bomb threat

KCSO: threats stemmed from argument with employee of the childcare center

City of Bremerton employees deny allegations made by former public works employee

James Iovinelli submitted a complaint regarding his termination last year

Gas leak near Olympic College contained

BFD: leak was caused by a T-fitting that either broke or popped off from a two-inch to one-inch pipe

Level III sex offender moves to Navy Yard City

Hensley will be residing in 1200 block of Charlotte Avenue West in Navy Yard City

Kitsap Renegades high school rugby team to begin practice next week

First practice is Tuesday, Jan. 14 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at View Ridge Elementary in Bremerton

World-renowned guitarist Eric Johnson to play the Admiral Theatre Friday

Johnson is best known for his Grammy Award-winning instrumental Cliffs of Dover

Kitsap Rescue Mission reaches phase one goal of $130,000

If phase one is approved by the city, construction will begin for a complete sprinkler system

City of Bremerton looks to install curb along troubled stretch of Kitsap Way

Intersection has been subject to many near misses and was location of BPD K-9 unit collision

Music school provides platform for students to find their path

Bowling Music Studios offers piano lessons for all ages and skill levels

Chico Towing sold to Kitsap Towing

Most recent owner Stacey Canterbury, who has held that title for 26 years, has decided to step down

Police: Bremerton man stole $680 worth of tools from Home Depot

A warrant has been issued for a Bremerton man for allegedly stealing $680 worth of tools from Home Depot in Poulsbo. On Dec. 17, a… Continue reading

Bremerton man arrested after allegedly biting infant son several times

A Bremerton man was arrested Monday after allegedly biting his infant son several times between October and November. According to a certificate of probable cause,… Continue reading

Offering something new: charter school coming to Manette in 2020

Public nonprofit and tuition-free school will only serve four grades in its first year