City of Port Orchard

A roundabout way

The outline for one of the Tremont Street roundabouts is finally taking shape.

Port Orchard snags Opportunity Zone designations for two city tracts

The city receives the sole set-aside designation in Kitsap County.

McCormick Village Park improvement work begins in May

The City of Port Orchard park area will close on April 30 so that construction can begin.

Garrison Glisson tossed four shutout innings in relief for South Kitsap in a 6-2 loss to Graham-Kapowsin. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Graham-Kapowsin spoils South Kitsap homecoming

The Wolves played at Elton Goodwin Field for the first time in nearly two years, but took a 6-2 loss to the Eagles.

Garrison Glisson tossed four shutout innings in relief for South Kitsap in a 6-2 loss to Graham-Kapowsin. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Port Orchard’s Community Service Day rescheduled for April 14

Bad weather expected on Saturday, so plans have been delayed.

City’s Spring Clean Up week coming in May

Curbside pick up during regular garbage route May 21-25 within Port Orchard city limits.

Port Orchard seeking Opportunity Zones development incentive designation

City officials are sprinting to apply for tax-incentive status for the downtown business tract.

Fire hydrants to get the royal flush in Port Orchard

Fire hydrants will be flushed next week as part of a semiannual preventative procedure.

Quality Communities Scholarship available

Association of Washington Cities is sponsoring the scholarship program.

Tremont Street project preparing detours

The road widening project is about to enter its second phase, necessitating detours.

Capital budget approval great news for Port Orchard pocket park

Rockwell Park to receive $309,000, marina breakwater gets $1 million.

Port Orchard mayor sees lengthy project list in 2018

Part 2: Transportation improvements for Bethel, Sedgwick will take money, patience.

Port Orchard mayor: Tremont work headlines 2017 city accomplishments

Putaansuu says shovels in the ground are signs of progress

After uncertain 2017,year ahead looks promising

City of Port Orchard getting house in order, new Tremont widening project progressing

South Kitsap point guard Riley Escolta tries to muscle past Sumner’s Mitchell Wolfe (4) during the 58-54 loss to the Spartans on Dec. 7. Escolta scored 13 points in the game for the Wolves. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap Daily News)

Clutch baskets lead Sumner over South Kitsap | Boys basketball

PORT ORCHARD — An unfortunate sequence of events, some preventable, some not, sunk South Kitsap against South Puget Sound League boys basketball foe Sumner on… Continue reading

South Kitsap point guard Riley Escolta tries to muscle past Sumner’s Mitchell Wolfe (4) during the 58-54 loss to the Spartans on Dec. 7. Escolta scored 13 points in the game for the Wolves. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap Daily News)

Quality Communities Scholarship applicants sought

PORT ORCHARD — The AWC Center for Quality Communities is recruiting outstanding young leaders in the area to apply for a $1,200 2018 Quality Communities… Continue reading

South Kitsap girls basketball | Winter sports preview

South Kitsap girls basketball Head coach: Mike Allen 2016-2017 record: 5-15 Returning players: Hailey Standridge, guard, senior; Kaylee McEdward, forward, senior; Amani Johnson, forward, senior;… Continue reading