Before Jeanie Schulze had even taken the oath of office her position on the board was being called into question.
An 18-year-old man crashed his Chevy Blazer into the playground at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds late Thursday morning.
A Central Kitsap High School student drove his car through the playground fence at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds late Thursday morning. Luckily, no one was on the playground at the time.
Two downtown streets to be closed for the Kitsap Car Cruz-In
Commissioners will hear updates on real estate marketing and economic development
Memorial Day weekend is often thought of as the beginning of summer. It’s also the time to honor those who have lost their lives in service to this country. This year, the Central Kitsap area and Bremerton have planned events that will help fill the long weekend with reflection and fun.
Store ia a needed convenience for the more than 15,000 members of REI who live on the Kitsap Peninsula
A string of high profile sexual assault cases in the last few weeks involving members of the military has drawn sharp criticism from President Obama, the Secretary of Defense and members of Congress.
Arne Bakker took over as the general manager of the Kitsap Conference Center in Bremerton’s Harborside District a couple of weeks ago and is settling into his new role as the busy summer season quickly approaches.
Election season in Bremerton is heating up following last week’s filing deadline. The marquee race will pit Mayor Patty Lent against political newcomer Todd Best. But a few other city council races should also prove plenty interesting as council colleagues and former colleagues vie for votes.
In an effort to hear directly from the people he represents, Congressman Derek Kilmer will be holding six town halls around the region next week, including one in Bremerton. The town halls are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend.
Developer Jeff Reed has appealed the county’s decision to deny his short plat for nine new homes on 1.65 acres near Tracyton Boulevard and Kint Drive.
Forget “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall.” Pub music in these parts is going upscale.
Kitsap County Public Works is planning to implement two significant changes to Fairgrounds and Central Valley roads.
The schools were selected because their minority students have performed as well or better on statewide assessments than their majority groups over the last two years.
After 18 grueling rounds of ever more challenging words, the Silverdale Rotary Team “We BEE Ducks won the bee
The event is sponsored by the Bremerton-Olympic Peninsula Council of the U.S. Navy League
Gardener Joe says add plants that wildlife will enjoy
John Hogan and Robert Wise join current boa rd members on the Kitsap Bank board
Kitsap Bank was recently recognized by the Puget Sound Business Journal as a 2013 Corporate Philanthropist.