Port Orchard

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Port Orchard restaurant at in-dining standoff with state over COVID restrictions

State attorney general seeking temporary restraining order against That One Place

 

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That One Place penalized by state board for COVID-19 infractions

Port Orchard restaurant has its liquor license suspended for 180 days

 

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Sweet memories greet visitors to Port Orchard’s The Candy Shoppe

Nostalgic candies and seasonal fudge smells are part of store’s alluring treats

 

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Fred Meyer store reports having nine employees with COVID-19

Business says it is taking ‘extensive measures’ to keep store safe for employees, shoppers

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Gingerbread House contest, Senior Giving Tree at Port Orchard Market

… and Santa will visit downtown Port Orchard location later in December

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Grinch won’t steal Christmas from Chimes and Lights Festival

Some traditional events canceled, others modified due to COVID-19

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Scarecrows will be out on Bay Street this Halloween

Visitors can vote for their favorite at a downtown business

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Life Care Center reports COVID-19 outbreak

Life Care Center reports COVID-19 outbreak

Sixteen individuals identified as having the virus

Life Care Center reports COVID-19 outbreak
Take part in Fathoms float, Royalty Court drive-by on Saturday

Take part in Fathoms float, Royalty Court drive-by on Saturday

Celebrate team’s efforts for 2020 with a wave

Take part in Fathoms float, Royalty Court drive-by on Saturday
Port Orchard Marina’s breakwater to be replaced

Port Orchard Marina’s breakwater to be replaced

A design and engineering contract awarded to Alaska company by port

Port Orchard Marina’s breakwater to be replaced
Black Ring Spirits concocts award-winning local liquors

Black Ring Spirits concocts award-winning local liquors

But as with most small operators, the pandemic has taken a bite from revenues

Black Ring Spirits concocts award-winning local liquors
Taste of PO photo contest over Labor Day weekend

Taste of PO photo contest over Labor Day weekend

Winners will receive gift certificates

Taste of PO photo contest over Labor Day weekend
Virus notwithstanding, golfers are heading to the links

Virus notwithstanding, golfers are heading to the links

South Kitsap golf courses are seeing an outpouring of golfers during warm, sunny days

Virus notwithstanding, golfers are heading to the links
Some movie theaters reopening — but not here

Some movie theaters reopening — but not here

County, state restrictions keeping doors locked

Some movie theaters reopening — but not here
Search downtown this weekend — for painted rocks

Search downtown this weekend — for painted rocks

POBSA merchants will hold drawing for those who post selfies with their rock

Search downtown this weekend — for painted rocks
Port Orchard Marina brings in $10.7 million in sales revenue

Port Orchard Marina brings in $10.7 million in sales revenue

Port of Bremerton study also says $3.5 million in labor income, 66 jobs created

Port Orchard Marina brings in $10.7 million in sales revenue
Knights of Columbus to host peninsula-wide food drive Sunday

Knights of Columbus to host peninsula-wide food drive Sunday

Churches from around the Kitsap Peninsula will simultaneously hold a “peninsula-wide” food drive this weekend to collect canned goods and other non-perishables for local food… Continue reading

Knights of Columbus to host peninsula-wide food drive Sunday
Port of Bremerton approves contract for private security

Port of Bremerton approves contract for private security

The Port of Bremerton recently voted to hire nighttime private security for both the Bremerton and Port Orchard Marinas. By a 2-1 vote, the port… Continue reading

Port of Bremerton approves contract for private security
Liquor and Cannabis Board suspends license of Port Orchard business

Liquor and Cannabis Board suspends license of Port Orchard business

Violations at Smoking Exodus include manufacturing vapor products without a license

Liquor and Cannabis Board suspends license of Port Orchard business
Restauranteurs struggling to survive in a COVID-19 world

Restauranteurs struggling to survive in a COVID-19 world

The thin margins of small-business restaurants, crippled customer access, putting them on the brink

Restauranteurs struggling to survive in a COVID-19 world