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The light at the intersection has become a four-way flashing red signal.
Girl Scout Troop 44117 enlists a plastic pink colony of flamingos for a fundraiser at City Hall.
SR 166 is to be impacted Tuesday through Thursday, May 22-24.
Shovels in hand, Port Orchard civic leaders and state legislators turn dirt to kick off work Friday.
Citizens can share their opinions at City Hall on May 29.
The event will take place at 2:30 p.m. on Friday.
The outline for one of the Tremont Street roundabouts is finally taking shape.
The city receives the sole set-aside designation in Kitsap County.
The City of Port Orchard park area will close on April 30 so that construction can begin.
The Wolves played at Elton Goodwin Field for the first time in nearly two years, but took a 6-2 loss to the Eagles.
Bad weather expected on Saturday, so plans have been delayed.
Curbside pick up during regular garbage route May 21-25 within Port Orchard city limits.
Statia Cermak drove in two runs with a double and a home run
City officials are sprinting to apply for tax-incentive status for the downtown business tract.
Citizen feedback will help shape study’s recommendations.
6th District congressman gets an update on $22 million city road project.
Fire hydrants will be flushed next week as part of a semiannual preventative procedure.
Association of Washington Cities is sponsoring the scholarship program.
The road widening project is about to enter its second phase, necessitating detours.
Rockwell Park to receive $309,000, marina breakwater gets $1 million.