Kitsap County

Chatting up a conversation with emergency responders at National Night Out

Port Orchard’s event offers community members a chance to meet, learn from first responders

Five Kitsap cadets are now state troopers

New troopers are from Port Orchard, Poulsbo and Silverdale

Mark Krulish

Krulish: Kitsap is a sports desert in the summer

I must admit, I feel an occasional twinge of jealousy when I look at what my colleagues to the north have to cover in the… Continue reading

Mark Krulish

Fire marshal seeking info on Madrona arson blaze

Fire reportedly was set in a portable classroom on April 8

Village Greens has seen its last tee up

South Kitsap golf course won’t reopen this spring — or ever

Rep. Kilmer: Economic, partisan disruption challenging nation

Despite that, Sixth District congressman says bipartisanship is within reach

Rep. Kilmer: Economic, partisan disruption challenging nation

Despite that, Sixth District congressman says bipartisanship is within reach

Local doctor named Washington state ACOG secretary

Dr. Shannon Bailey was recently appointed as Washington state ACOG secretary.

Where is Jennifer?

Sheriff’s Office is cracking open its cold-case files

Flu season is back with us

Five reported having died in Kitsap County

Census 2020: Feds seeking to fill positions in Kitsap County

Census taker jobs will pay $17.50 per hour for full- and part-time positions

Input needed for Harper Estuary restoration

‘Walkshop’ set for Sunday, Feb. 24.

Annual Health and Senior Resource Fair set for March 2

Experts will be on hand to share knowledge on health, legal and financial issues.

Kitsap Point-In-Time homelessness count starts Jan. 22

Volunteers are still needed to assist countywide effort

Tornado help needed? Call resource center

PORT ORCHARD — Are you an area resident whose life was impacted by the recent Port Orchard tornado and you don’t know where to turn… Continue reading

LED-lit signs to remind drivers of speed limit

First test signage goes up in North Kitsap in January

High winds kicking up Thursday

SKHS has a power outage, sends students home early.

Thousands lose power in Kitsap County from windstorm

Approximately 100,000 Puget Sound Energy customers without power regionwide

Temperatures dropping, severe weather shelters open

Four shelters will be open overnight until freezing conditions end

She’s not quite ‘Senator-elect’

But Emily Randall is preparing to take 26th District seat with meetings, orientations.