The City of Bremerton will celebrate Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian at a community event 5:30 p.m. Aug. 29 at Bremerton High School's Performing Arts Center.
Under towering blue skies and calm, clear weather, the Aviation Owners and Pilots Association on Saturday wrapped up the most successful Fly-In that the AOPA has ever organized.
We have had a busy week at the Bremerton Police Department. The warm weather seems to be making people a little restless.
The festival, a coordinated effort between Matt and Amy’s Basement Band, the Kitsap Community Food Co-op and Kitsap Fresh, brought together local musicians, farmers and brewers in an all-day festival at Minder Farms in Bremerton.
In the last couple months, John Hanson and other members of the BHSA have teamed up to hold STEM classes for kids, as well as practical demonstrations at festivals like Washington State Science and Engineering Fair or the Military Children’s Fair and Exhibition, or the upcoming Blackberry festival.
Haunted Images photo competition; American Pickers to film in Washington; social justice meet and greet.
Carissa Daniels, a voice advocating for domestic violence victims, the homeless and the impoverished, has been selected to represent Washington State at the National All American Pageant this October in New Jersey.
A ribbon cutting ceremony Aug. 1 marked the first completed upgrade of a two-barrack modernization plan at NBK-Bangor.
For about a year, Kitsap Humane Society volunteer Molly Clark has been piling a group of dogs staying at the shelter into her car and taking them to Starbucks for a “puppuccino,” a foamy treat for the dogs to enjoy. In April, KHS decided to make Puppuccino Pals an official program. Dogs get their treats, and a little local publicity on the KHS social media sites, hopefully reaching the eyes of potential adopters.
Mobster Mike’s is located on the Fourth Avenue entertainment strip of downtown Bremerton between the Quarters Arcade and the Horse and Cow Pub. Smith has made it his mission in life to preserve an uplifting art form that he finds sadly lacking in modern culture.
Dylan’s Fabrics, a store specializing “in fabric, trim, notions and patters for fashion, costumes and all things wearable,” according to the press release, is open. From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. everyday, people can visit the shop at 408 Pacific Ave. downtown for fabric and inspiration. Soon, they can visit to learn new things, as well.
For those who get a slightly queasy feeling at the idea of a convicted sex offender moving in on your street, Chief Steve Strachan feels your pain.
Sometime in the next few weeks, anyone visiting the Brownsville Marina or swimming in its waters will have to be wary. A new sea monster is moving in.
Football is right around the corner for South Kitsap, and Nostalgia House Bakery is serving up treats for every Seahawks fan.
The two young women who were attacked a few weeks ago in Stephenson Canyon did everything right, said the Kitsap County Sheriff’s detective in charge of sexual offender investigations.
The following cases have been filed in Kitsap County District Court.
Sixteen year-old Emily Ramm wanted to get a better view of the Perseid meteor shower last Saturday night, Aug. 13. So she and a friend, Raj Raman, decided to climb onto the roof of Silverdale Elementary School, which has been undergoing remodeling since July 2015.
The Blue and Gold crews of USS Nevada (SSBN 733) celebrated the ship’s 30th anniversary with a ceremony at Naval Base Kitsap — Bangor, Aug. 12.
Approximately one-third of drivers in Washington were drug-positive, according to a new study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The Kitsap County Aug. 2 primary election results were officially certified Aug. 16, Kitsap County Elections Division reported.