Kitsap County

Kitsap County Road Report

Selected roadways will be impacted by road work next week

 

KEDA to hold business forum Oct. 24 in Bremerton

Forum begins at 3 p.m. at the Kitsap Conference Center; tickets start at $55

 

Stand Down offers vital resources and services for veterans in need

Services included dental screenings, haircuts, hot food and clothes

 

Volunteers needed for severe weather shelters

A two-hour training session is required for volunteers

Skinny Blue took home $4, 000 as the winners of the competition. (l-r) Collin Ray, Kevin Blackwood, Thys Wallwork, and Frank Portello.

Skinny Blue and Eleventy One win Kitsap Battle of Bands

Music from some of Kitsap County’s most talented bands filled William D. Harvey Theatre last Saturday for the Kitsap County Battle of the Bands finale.… Continue reading

Skinny Blue took home $4, 000 as the winners of the competition. (l-r) Collin Ray, Kevin Blackwood, Thys Wallwork, and Frank Portello.

Agents reportedly sweep Port Orchard for undocumented immigrants

ICE action documented on tape by Port Orchard Latino

Fall Stand Down to serve vets, families Saturday

Event is for veterans and their families

Bremerton mayor proposes $120,000 in federal funding to aid Kitsap Rescue Mission

The proposal comes after Kitsap Rescue Mission announced a temporary closure of its overnight shelter

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

Shellfish harvesting closed in Dyes Inlet

Recent tests showed high levels of marine biotoxin paralytic shellfish poison

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

Kitsap Rescue Mission overnight shelter to close Oct. 13

Shelter’s temporary permit set to expire amid fire safety concerns; staff seeking new location

One last trek for the summer: Green Mountain’s Wildcat Trail

The 9.5-mile roundtrip trail is located on Holly Road just off of Seabeck Highway

Humane Society volunteer sets record with 3,000th cat adoption

George Luzik has nearly 500 more adoptions than anyone in the past 10 years

AG Ferguson launches Hate Crime Working Group

Group intends to develop strategies and raise awareness of hate crimes and enhance law enforcement

Walk, Run and Roll for Thought event sheds light on traumatic brain injuries

Notable speakers included Bremerton Mayor Greg Wheeler, brain injury survivor Dr. Cheryle Sullivan

Fire Marshal announces burn ban to be lifted Friday at 8 a.m.

All outdoor burning may resume Friday, subject to normal rules and regulations