Kingston

Hood Canal Bridge repairs mean nighttime traffic closures

Travelers who use the SR 104 Hood Canal Bridge between the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas will need to plan ahead for possible delays. During the… Continue reading

 

Kingston shines bright on the waterfront

On Saturday the Kingston waterfront once again came alive with light during the annual Kingston Cove Christmas celebration. Plenty of food vendors were on hand,… Continue reading

 

Navy to conduct testing on Hood Canal mid-Nov. through mid- Dec.

Naval Base Kitsap announced in a press release Friday, Nov. 15 that a division from the Naval Surface Water Center will be conducting testing on… Continue reading

 

Inside Smiley Scout Hall in Kingston 1961 (photo courtesy of Troop 555)

Restoration planned for Kingston Boy Scout Hall

The Robert P. Smiley Boy Scout Hall in Kingston is set to receive a facelift this spring after years of fundraising efforts. Additionally, the Kingston… Continue reading

Inside Smiley Scout Hall in Kingston 1961 (photo courtesy of Troop 555)

Heart bassist Steve Fossen talks new ‘spin-off’ band

Steve Fossen and Michael DeRosier, the founding bassist and drummer for the 1970s rock band Heart, have formed what they call a “spin-off” band called… Continue reading

Intermittent night closures slated for Hood Canal Bridge

In preparation for winter storms, the Washington State Department of Transportation will have maintenance crews conducting night training on the Hood Canal Bridge that will… Continue reading

Fire damage due to the stove being left on accidentally. (photo courtesy of NKF&R)

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue handles three preventable fires in two days

A bedroom was charred, and the rest of the home inundated with smoke and water after combustibles stored too close to a wall heater apparently… Continue reading

Fire damage due to the stove being left on accidentally. (photo courtesy of NKF&R)

Rescued fisherman meets those who saved his life

David Sigo fell from his boat last month just off the shores of Kingston

Leading North Kitsap candidates emerge after first tally of votes

As the first round of votes across Kitsap County were tallied Tuesday evening, some clear leaders in North Kitsap races emerged. Contested candidate races: In… Continue reading

Man who threatened student, prompted NKSD lockdown identified

[Add quotes from Scott Wilson] The 19-year-old who deputies say sent four North Kitsap schools into a modified lockdown on Tuesday has been identified as… Continue reading

Kingston diesel business launches performance product website

The diesel business has changed, even in the short time since Flying Wrench Services opened in 2002. Where once the diesel parts buying experience consisted… Continue reading

Kitsap Conservation District partners with landowner to restore Carpenter Creek wetland

Landowner Keith Beebe lives off of Barber Cutoff Road in Kingston and recently initiated a restoration plan for the Kitsap Conservation District along the Carpenter… Continue reading

Judith Ryan photography showcased at Villiage Green Community Center

Throughout the month of October Judith Ryan’s photographic collection will be displayed in the Hallway Gallery at the Village Green Community Center in Kingston. The… Continue reading

Temporary vessel to operate Kingston/Seattle fast ferry route

M/V Melissa Ann expected to go back into service Friday after being taken out for emergency repairs

Kingston fast ferry sailings canceled for the rest of Friday and all of Saturday

Backup vessel Melissa Ann has been taken out of service for emergency repairs

Kingston Fast Ferry back in service Wednesday afternoon

240-passenger M/V Finest is anticipated to return to service during week of September 22

One dead in North Kitsap collision

A 55-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene of an accident at the intersection of Miller Bay Road Northeast and Northeast Wood Bay Road… Continue reading

<em>Alex Hernandez, a 2016 Kingston graduate, continues to pursue his passion for soccer. </em>Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group

Passion fuels Alex Hernandez’s will to stay on the pitch

Take a look around at the summer soccer leagues across Washington. Many of them have rosters filled with college players looking to stay in shape… Continue reading

<em>Alex Hernandez, a 2016 Kingston graduate, continues to pursue his passion for soccer. </em>Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group