According to a county plan, Gorst will be a pretty cool place to live and work by 2033.
On Friday, June 17, the City of Bremerton hosted a grand opening for a new pocket park, located at 2310 19th St., named Lillian A. and James Walker Park.
A Kitsap Animal Control officer was seriously injured in an attack by a dog in Port Orchard on June 20.
A motorcycle accident resulted in the driver being taken to Tacoma General Hospital.
American Crown Circus at Kitsap County Fairgrounds; 4th of July celebration; memory loss seminar.
The Kitsap Water Trail Festival was a weekend celebration to get people out on the water to explore the peninsula’s federally-designated national water trail.
One of the things people said they wanted to do following the Orlando mass shooting was to give blood. Good idea, but it’s always a good idea, not just after tragic incidents.
Don’t be fooled by corporate media’s propaganda, like “Russian aggression” and “China’s aggression.” It is us (NATO) that is creeping closer and closer to foreign shores.
At 8 p.m. Monday, June 13, local members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies gathered at Evergreen Park in Bremerton for a candlelight vigil in honor of the people who lost their lives or loved ones during the attack at gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando, Florida, resulting in 49 deaths.
June 29. It would have been her 85th birthday. But instead, family and friends of H. Emily Moshay will gather at 6 p.m. at Evergreen Rotary Park to celebrate her life.
Port Orchard photographer Gary Patrons captured a brilliant lightning strike the night of June 20 while taking video of a rare thunderstorm light show from across Sinclair Inlet. City Hall is in the foreground.
Kitsap Transit executive director John Clauson will meet with county residents beginning tomorrow, June 18, in the first of a series of public meetings centered on plans to develop a high-speed passenger ferry route into Seattle.
A 26-year-old Bremerton man was arrested June 13 and charged with unlawful imprisonment, domestic violence and malicious mischief; a 51-year-old Poulsbo man was arrested June 13 for violating a no contact order; a 23-year-old Kingston man was recently charged with theft.
We’ve made some significant changes to help us produce a newspaper that is a reflection of the community it serves, a newspaper that you’ll use. We can’t cover every story out there (we wish we could!). But we can cover the stories that matter the most. We can cover the stories that most inform and inspire. We can do reporting and write editorials that hold those in power accountable.
Serving on county advisory groups give citizens a voice; CSTOCK performs Children of Eden; open water swim at Wildcat Lake.
Hwy 420 opened in fall 2014. As the first cannabis shop in Bremerton, it quickly became known as the place to go. In its first year of operation, it was the store with the most sales in Kitsap County. Soon, there will be a second location in Silverdale, near The Trails Shopping Center. It’s scheduled to open in August and will carry the same logo.
The Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail Festival is a way to bring to bring the communities together, said Kathleen Knuckey-Gordon, executive director of the Silverdale Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Michelle Reid, South Kitsap School District superintendent, is leaving to assume the same role at Northshore School District in Bothell.
This has been a busy last week at the Bremerton Police Department as we head into summer.
On June 19, 1991, the Bremerton Progress reported that Kitsap County officials had approved a controversial land swap, changing the zoning of a South Kitsap site so that forested land would be protected from housing developments.