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The picnic is 5 p.m. June 19 at Evergreen Park, 1500 Park Ave., Bremerton, by the 9/11 Memorial.
Community invited to attend public memorial service 1 p.m. April 8 at Kitsap Golf and Country Club.
Roscoe Perkins logged nearly 400 flight hours during his years of service, Jan. 1944 and Feb. 1946.
I am often told to enjoy every moment with my children while they are little. I see the wisdom behind those remarks, but I have… Continue reading
“I have a really intense interest in working to move law enforcement forward”
Offices will be ‘open and friendly’
Learn more about the types of care they offer and about eligibility at a free workshop Oct. 9.
BREMERTON — In April, the Bremerton Police Department set up a new kind of patrol for the city, one that included officers Derek Ejda and… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Eating at the Bay Street Bistro “is like going to a friend’s house for dinner where they are both a good chef… Continue reading
Photos from the perspective of someone who walked in the parade
One thing almost everyone can agree on: Dogs are wonderful additions to the family. One thing that is almost bound to be a divisive, argument-inducing… Continue reading
Low income, homeless and seniors welcome for free, balanced meals at First Lutheran Community Church
City excells in statewide emphasis on “not drive-alone commutes”
SILVERDALE — If you’re looking for a “whale of a good time,” you’re in luck. On July 28-30, Whaling Days takes over Old Town Silverdale.… Continue reading
By Michelle Beahm Kitsap News Group BREMERTON — About two years ago, Ron Gascoyne requested a face-to-face meeting with Kitsap County Parks Director Jim Dunwiddie… Continue reading
POULSBO — The Coffee Oasis and the City of Poulsbo are entering into an agreement that solves two problems in one. The Coffee Oasis, a… Continue reading
Ciyona’s Cuisine De L’âme opens July 7, features creole cuisine passed down from owner’s grandmother
BREMERTON — “I gotta tell ya, I felt as giddy as the ‘Ugly Duckling’ when he swam into the next pond over and found all… Continue reading
For some, Bainbridge’s Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast is simply an opportunity to eat some breakfast while benefiting high school sports, but for many others… Continue reading