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Independence Day celebration kicks off with Bremerton Bridge Blast July 1 | Slideshow

BREMERTON — The first Bremerton Bridge Blast blasted off Independence Day celebrations in Kitsap County on July 1, with a fireworks show consisting of 8,562… Continue reading

Celebrate the Fourth of July around Kitsap County

It doesn’t matter what part of Kitsap County you live in, there’s a Fourth of July celebration nearby. Bremerton begin the Fourth of July weekend… Continue reading

Water Trails goes live with a new interactive map for paddlers

Thanks to a grant from the Washington State Department of Commerce and Lodging Tax funds from Kitsap County, residents and visitors now have an inter-active… Continue reading

Kitsap Medieval Faire XXXV: An Tir’s demonstration of life in the Middle Ages | Slideshow

BREMERTON — The 35th annual Kitsap Medieval Faire, hosted by the Society for Creative Anachronism’s Kingdom of An Tir, was Saturday, June 3. At the… Continue reading

The Kingdom of An Tir: Royalty and peerage

The Kitsap Medieval Faire and the people behind it are gearing up for the 35th faire. The faire is presented by the Kingdom of An… Continue reading

Warriors of An Tir fight for kingdom, fun and friendship

The Kitsap Medieval Faire and the people behind it are gearing up for the 35th faire. The faire is presented by the Kingdom of An… Continue reading

2017 Armed Forces Day Parade | Slideshow

BREMERTON — The 69th annual Kitsap Credit Union Armed Forces Day Parade took place May 20. Participating were school bands, representatives from military branches, veterans… Continue reading

Hydros race here for Armed Forces Day

BREMERTON — Kitsap Lake will be closed over the weekend for the 2017 Armed Forces Regatta. On May 20-21, the lake will be used for… Continue reading

‘There’s something for everybody to do’ in the Kingdom of An Tir

The Kitsap Medieval Faire, and the people behind it, are gearing up for the 35th year. The faire is presented by the Kingdom of An… Continue reading

Upcoming pin-up competition and car show prepares to ‘Shift into Summer’

BREMERTON — Spring may have only just arrived, but for one group in Bremerton, it’s already time to start preparing for summer. Brandy Morrow is… Continue reading

26th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade | Slideshow

BREMERTON — The 26th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Bremerton drew a small crowd on Feb. 18. The parade, which started at 11… Continue reading

Tinnie Cakes: custom culinary creations to celebrate any occasion

SILVERDALE — Justinna Biggs, owner of Tinnie Cakes, said her favorite cake to make is the “smash” cake for a one-year-old. “I just love so… Continue reading

Viva Flow Yoga and Dog Days Brewing hold “Brewga” event March 11

BREMERTON — Embrace your chi as you work on your chill with Viva Flow Yoga’s “Brewga” event at 11:30 a.m. March 11 at Dog Days… Continue reading

Grassroots ‘resistance’ event March 11 at McClouds

BREMERTON — The American Civil Liberties Union is launching a grassroots mobilization platform called PeoplePower.org on March 11. Across the nation, people in hundreds of… Continue reading

Hunt for 1,000 gold coins for St. Paddy’s Day in downtown Bremerton

BREMERTON — This St. Patrick’s Day weekend, gather your kids and hunt around downtown Bremerton for lucky leprechaun gold. A thousand gold pieces will be… Continue reading

Laughing Dog Kitchen raises funds for a food truck at pop-up location fundraiser March 3

BREMERTON — “Some people like cupcakes exclusively, while myself I say there is naught, nor ought there be, nothing so exalted on the face of… Continue reading

‘Do what you like to fight what you hate’: Charity motorcycle ride raises funds to fight human trafficking

PORT ORCHARD — Do what you like to fight what you hate. That’s the rallying cry for New Life Church’s Freedom February, a month where… Continue reading

“Movers and groovers”: Dance the night away at the “Dance of the Decades”

BREMERTON — “When was the last time you went dancing?” Sharon Weathers asks that of all “movers and groovers” in Kitsap County. If it was… Continue reading