BREMERTON — The Bremerton City Council voted unanimously to withdraw from the Kitsap Regional Coordinating Council Wednesday evening. City council president Greg Wheeler will now draft a letter to the KRCC informing them of the Bremerton’s withdrawal. After the letter is submitted, Bremerton will remain a member of the KRCC for six more months.
The historic destroyer USS Turner Joy will host a public Memorial Day ceremony on the ship's fantail at 10 a.m. May 25.
Additional summer foot ferry service has been lined up by the City of Port Orchard, Port of Bremerton and City of Bremerton. Runs also have been extended for special events and holidays.
The westbound lane of Burwell Avenue adjacent to the new 606 apartment complex will be closed from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. over the long holiday weekend (Saturday, May 23rd through Monday, May 25th) so that construction workers can safely install siding on the new building.
PORT ORCHARD – Olympic Bancorp, the parent company of Kitsap Bank, reported net income of $1.7 million for the quarter ending March 31, a gain of 11 percent over the same period one year ago.
Agency responsible for protecting communities and the environment has been without permanent leadership since October
Four of 22 area recreational marijuana stores sold to minors in compliance check
Three Bremerton students will say “sayonara” to Kitsap County as they travel to Bremerton’s sister city, Kure, Japan, this summer as exchange students.
Dr. David Mitchell, CEO of Olympic College, was among five people and one organization named as Washington State Association of College Trustees’ 2015 ACT Award winners. The annual award recognizes dedication to Washington’s 34 community and technical colleges and the nearly 388,000 students they serve each year.
BREMERTON — Bremerton Police suspended Detective Sgt. Kevin Crane three days without pay for frequently making “sexual jokes and comments.”
KITSAP COUNTY — They have all given hours and hours to help others. They all consider volunteering something that’s an important part of their lives. And they’re all in the senior years of their lives.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Coast Guard recently released its 2014 Recreational Boating Statistics, revealing boating fatalities that year totaled 610, the second-lowest number of yearly boating fatalities on record.
Two years ago, my memoir, "Dinner with the Smileys," exposed with painful transparency my difficulty raising a pre-teen boy. I held nothing back when I wrote about Ford's attitude, his tendency to slam his bedroom door, and all the ways he broke my heart — over and over again.
PORT ORCHARD — The Puget Sound Naval Shipyard plans to add jobs to meet demand for scheduled maintenance and emergent repairs of U.S. military vessels. That was perhaps the most significant message Capt. Stephen Williamson, commander of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS) and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, delivered during a 20-minute presentation May 14 to the Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Port Orchard Eagles’ club.
CENTRAL KITSAP –In an era of shrinking military budgets, Naval Base Kitsap is a growth area. That's what Capt. Thomas Zwolfer, commanding officer for NBK, told attendees at a Bremerton Chamber of Commerce meeting May 19.
BREMERTON — Bremerton candidates filed for the 2015 election May 15. Several candidates are running unopposed and a few electeds chose not to run again
CENTRAL KITSAP – Unpredictable infield ball hops will be less of a problem after volunteers and county workers replaced the infield mix on field No. 1 at the Gene Lobe Fields at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds this week.
Port Orchard and South Kitsap County residents will have plenty of activities to choose from May 23-24, kicking off summer activities with “all things pirates“ May 23 at the 2015 Kitsap Harbor Festival.
BREMERTON — In the early morning hours of May 18, a photo was posted to the Manette Neighborhood Coalition Facebook page showing a man standing in a waist-high sinkhole near the Lower Wheaton Way roundabout. It was the second sinkhole in less than a week found along the city’s newly paved road.
Photos from the 67th Armed Forces Day Parade hosted May 17 in downtown Bremerton.