The 25th Annual Blackberry Festival runs through Monday along the Bremerton waterfront
The Edmonds/Kingston ferry route was out of service until further notice early Sept. 1, reportedly because of a diesel fuel spill at the Kingston ferry landing. A containment boom and absorbent pads were placed in the water next to the ferries as crews worked to clean the spill.
BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Jenise Wright was laid to rest by family and friends today at Greenacres Memorial Park in Ferndale.
Gabe Gaeta, the 17-year-old accused of raping and killing East Bremerton resident Jenise Wright, 6, made a brief appearance in Kitsap County Superior Court this afternoon.
Crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will continue a paving project that will require a series of night ramp and lane closures.
The Public Works & Utilities will hold a public meeting this evening to discuss the proposed renaming of 7th Street between Pacific and Warren Avenues to Dr. ML King Way. The meeting is at 5 p.m.
If you thought bath tubs were just for taking a bath, think again. Come this weekend, bath tubs and its drivers will be racing on Dyes Inlet at the Silverdale waterfront.
Starting Aug. 28 through Sept. 1, the Kitsap Humane Society is offering a "Black Pet Adoption Special" to coincide with the Blackberry Festival that hits Bremerton this weekend.
Twenty-three Scouts and nine adults from Silverdale’s Troop 1539 attended summer camp Aug. 3-9 at Camp Emerald Bay on Santa Catalina Island, California.
On Friday, Sept. 5, in conjunction with the First Friday Art Walk event in downtown Bremerton, there will be an informational exhibit by Kitsap Soap Box Derby Association
Here's a look at what's going on in and around our communties
Gabe Uhtoff is non-verbal and faces fine motor skills challenges, but his body language and beaming smile this past Sunday at Bremerton's Beyond Accessible Playground said it all: the new playground is truly a place where all may play.
Despite its small size, the blackberry fruit has become the central focus of the annual Blackberry Festival for the last 25 years in Bremerton. The event starts Saturday and runs through Labor Day on Monday.
Thanks to generous donations from Kitsap County physicians and businesses, Silverdale nonprofit Children of the Nations (COTN) is sending 200 pounds of medical supplies to West Africa to combat the recent Ebola outbreak.
Kitsap Transit launched the second of two online community surveys today to help guide development of its business plan and long-range strategy for passenger-only ferry service between Kitsap County and downtown Seattle.
At the August 21 United Way board of directors meeting, a check for $9,000 was handed over to Kitsap Rescue Mission Executive Director Walt Le Couteur. The money came from the proceeds of the first annual United Way Golf Classic held in June at Gold Mountain Golf Course.
The second biggest secret parents keep from their children is this: training wheels in no way truly prepare you for riding a bike alone. They just don’t.
Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a domestic dispute on Aug. 24 after callers reported a fight on a cul de sac at the end of Nobles Lane in Bremerton.
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Here's a look a local crime from our police blotter.