Bremerton

Shelter-in-place drill at NBK-Bremerton March 14

BREMERTON — A shelter-in-place drill will be conducted from about 9:20-9:30 a.m. March 14 on Naval Base Kitsap — Bremerton. The drill will include the… Continue reading

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Young Artist Competition winners to perform Blooming Brilliance April 13-14

Tickets are selling quickly for the Kitsap concerts.

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VIDEO: Auto theft in Bremerton caught on surveillance tape

The suspect was arrested after a lengthy foot pursuit.

Sean Delaire, founder and executive director of Left Right Straight, stands in the building that will soon be the new headquarters for the nonprofit organization, in the early days of renovation.
                                Michelle Beahm | Kitsap News Group file photo

Nonprofit helps veterans through adventure, workshops and more

BREMERTON — Left Right Straight started out as a phrase used by the nonprofit’s founder, Sean Delaire, and his friends as they left for an… Continue reading

Sean Delaire, founder and executive director of Left Right Straight, stands in the building that will soon be the new headquarters for the nonprofit organization, in the early days of renovation.
                                Michelle Beahm | Kitsap News Group file photo
Kingston swimmer Ethan Fox receives a medal from head coach Mark VanHuis after he and his fellow teammates set a new state record in the 200-yard medley relay. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Kingston swimmer Ethan Fox receives a medal from head coach Mark VanHuis after he and his fellow teammates set a new state record in the 200-yard medley relay. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Holly Duncan helps promotes Small Business Saturday at ISH Vintage Costumes and Clothing, located at 249 4th St., Bremerton. ISH has been put on the market by owner Collette Jones.
                                (Michelle Beahm | Kitsap News Group file photo)

ISH Vintage Clothing for sale after 13 years in business

Collette Jones wants to find the right person to take over and ‘give it the time and energy it needs.’

Holly Duncan helps promotes Small Business Saturday at ISH Vintage Costumes and Clothing, located at 249 4th St., Bremerton. ISH has been put on the market by owner Collette Jones.
                                (Michelle Beahm | Kitsap News Group file photo)

Level 3 sex offender moves to the 800 block of Sixth Street

BPD notify public of registered offenders moving to the area per the Community Protection Act.

Water main flushing in Bremerton starts March 12

Signs will be posted one-three days in advance for each neighborhood.

Bremerton-Seattle ferry service affected after a suspicious package was found aboard the Kaleetan

The 8:45 sailing from Bremerton to Seattle was canceled.

Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Washington, at let, Dr. Lisa Rey and Bremerton Mayor Greg Wheeler listen at a meeting discussing Cantwell’s CARES Act.
                                Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group
Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Washington, at let, Dr. Lisa Rey and Bremerton Mayor Greg Wheeler listen at a meeting discussing Cantwell’s CARES Act.
                                Michelle Beahm / Kitsap News Group
Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center participated in the Kitsap Builds Bridges, Not Walls vigil in March 2017.
                                Michelle Beahm | Kitsap News Group file photo

Kitsap Immigration Assistance Center has a new director of family services.

BREMERTON — When Marthita May, former family services director and co-founder of Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center, stepped down from the role, Annika Turner, once an… Continue reading

Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center participated in the Kitsap Builds Bridges, Not Walls vigil in March 2017.
                                Michelle Beahm | Kitsap News Group file photo
Bremerton police investigated an online threat Feb. 23 and found the threat originated in New Mexico. Officers also learned a suspect there is in custody. (Bremerton PD)

Bremerton High School closed as precaution because of online threat

Police received information about a social media threat that was possibly directed at the school

Bremerton police investigated an online threat Feb. 23 and found the threat originated in New Mexico. Officers also learned a suspect there is in custody. (Bremerton PD)

Take a second chance at prom to support local charities

Josephine’s 2nd Chance Prom donating proceeds to Camp to Belong of Washington and The Coffee Oasis.

Port mulls outsourcing marinas to private company managers

Commissioners seeking public input on whether they should send out requests for qualifications.

<em>This week, Officer Kent Mayfield, who is recovering from gunshot wounds received Dec. 17, received this note of encouragement from Jake Rieger, 10, of Las Vegas.			 </em>Bremerton Police Department

Bremerton Police Department’s Little Hero

This week, Officer Kent Mayfield, who is still recovering from gunshot wounds received Dec. 17, received a wonderful note of encouragement from a young man… Continue reading

<em>This week, Officer Kent Mayfield, who is recovering from gunshot wounds received Dec. 17, received this note of encouragement from Jake Rieger, 10, of Las Vegas.			 </em>Bremerton Police Department
Bremerton High School alum Wayne Ayers Jr. created an online publication, WhereIsTheBuzz. He lived without a stable home for most years of his childhood in Bremerton. (Courtesy/Wayne Ayers Jr.)

From homelessness to launching a media business

Wayne Ayers’s circumstances instilled in him a sense of generosity, and a belief in himself

Bremerton High School alum Wayne Ayers Jr. created an online publication, WhereIsTheBuzz. He lived without a stable home for most years of his childhood in Bremerton. (Courtesy/Wayne Ayers Jr.)
Diane Lampshire “was a kind, beautiful and clever person whose life philosophy was, ‘Slow down before you respond to a person who is upset. It may not be about you,’” her daughter, Paula Knight, said. (Paula Knight collection)

For Diane Lampshire, life was about love and learning

Completed studies in bookkeeping, clothing design; created costumes for community theater

Diane Lampshire “was a kind, beautiful and clever person whose life philosophy was, ‘Slow down before you respond to a person who is upset. It may not be about you,’” her daughter, Paula Knight, said. (Paula Knight collection)