South Kitsap

Hit-and-run driver sentenced to 3 years for pedestrian fatality

Ali Rochelle Giannini pleaded guilty, asking for sentencing leniency

Taste of Port Orchard at waterfront on Sept. 2

PORT ORCHARD — Hankering for a taste treat — or several, for that matter — this weekend? The eighth annual Taste of Port Orchard on… Continue reading

AARP driving courses in August, September

Two-day classes to be held in Bremerton and Port Orchard.

Project BeautyBeast opens difficult conversations

BREMERTON — Bullying is not a new development in schools and for students. Students have fallen into depression, inflicted self-harm — and some have ended… Continue reading

Paving a new way on Tremont

Asphalt is now being laid on a new Tremont roundabout.

Roads around Yukon Harbor sewer project reopen

MANCHESTER — The Yukon Harbor sewer project’s pipe laying stage between Colchester Avenue and Yukon Harbor Drive has been finished, opening up that portion of… Continue reading

Garcia’s killer gets 16-year sentence

Shawn Michael Dean Hamlin pleaded guilty earlier in the shooting death of his friend in April.

Cyclist injured in Southworth hit-and-run

No clues have been announced by the State Patrol regarding the Aug. 14 incident.

Swimmers report norovirus-like symptoms from Horseshoe Lake

Swimming beach closed indefinitely

August driver safety courses set for South Kitsap

Classes are four-hour, two-day courses in Port Orchard and Bremerton.

South Kitsap’s National Night Out is Aug. 7

Port Orchard Police Department is hosting the family event.

AARP awards grant money to Homes for All project

Kitsap County project receives $11,153 for its planned South Kitsap tiny homes village.

SKSD to send voters another proposal to build second high school

The district is also seeking funding to renovate schools and address safety and security issues.

‘Pop Pop’ is gone, but beloved patriarch’s spirit lives on

Michael Keaton’s shattered family gathers strength from his legacy.

Carwash, espresso cafe now under construction to open in August

The new business is across Sedgwick from Fred Meyer.

AARP driver safety classes set for July

Locations are scheduled for Bremerton and Manchester.