Like others, I walk past many bell ringers during the season. Sometimes I give. Sometimes I don’t.
Stories from your neighboring newspapers around Kitsap.
Sound West Group of Bremerton is negotiating with the City of Poulsbo to purchase the city's old police station property.
$800 million a year in education funding would come from the governor's proposed capital gains tax on the sale of stocks and bonds and other assets.
Eagles 2nd Hand thrift store is holding an “Adopt-a-family” fundraiser event for an injured army veteran and his family.
Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) and Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 9 successfully completed flight deck certification Dec. 12, after a 16-month Docking Planned Incremental Availability (DPIA) period.
If two-for-one is a good deal, then two-for-one for the second time around is a great deal. That was the just of an argument put forth to the Port of Bremerton Commissioners recently by marina consultant Bob Wise. Wise, of Marsh Andersen LLC of Bainbridge Island, told commissioners that he thought they should extend the Bremerton Marina’s offer of a free year with a paid year for another year.
A vague definition of what constitutes a "firearm" in the Initiative 594 background check law led Bremerton resident Robert Parker to wonder if such checks would be required for the sale of nail guns, flare guns or fireworks.
Religious and community leaders in Bremerton staged a rally Sunday to bring attention to incidents of police violence across America.
So, I'm the new guy. I moved to the area about two weeks ago after spending most of my life in Kittitas County. So please excuse me if I'm a little rough around the edges.
The Bremerton School District moved closer to adopting new disciplinary policies at last week’s school board meeting by accepting the reading of Policy 3241.
We participated in one of the Puget Sound region’s largest toy collection runs.
A new survey shows seven out of ten drivers have used marijuana and almost half of those have recently driven within a few of hours after using marijuana.
Kitsap Community Foundation (KCF) will give three distinguished philanthropy awards to outstanding individuals and businesses at the Kitsap County Celebration of Philanthropy in May.
The Bremerton City Council is expected to approve an amended lease with the foundation at its meeting Dec. 17.
Each was presented a soaring eagle statuette engraved with their name by Council President Larry Salter.
The Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility is closed the week of Dec. 22 and reopens Jan. 2.
There is no fee to attend but donations will be accepted at the door
Dr. Christopher Staeheli will be sharing “Town Hall with a Child Psychiatrist on AD/HD”
Remove all nails, wire, tinsel, lights and ornaments before recycling the tree.