Alzheimer's Association caregiver support group; financial incentives workshop; Haunted Fairgrounds.
Though this storm didn’t quite live up to the hype, Kitsap County is no stranger to severe weather storms, which can negatively impact more than just a good-hair day.
Now in its second year, the Haunted Harbor has already grown. Last year, event organizer and Port commodore Carolyn Thomas said eight of the resident houseboats were decorated for the occasion. This year, 26 are joining in on the festivities.
Several news services are fact-checking statements by the presidential candidates. And no matter who you're voting for, there's plenty to interest you about both candidates.
Kitsap's shorelines and waterways host an amazing diversity of wintering birds
Thanks to the bond voters passed in February for $220 million, the school district was able to add doors to the classrooms, a seemingly small step that is going a long way toward making people feel safer.
Beekeeping lecture; Tip-A-Cop; Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels Kitsap
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus is scheduled to Bremerton Oct. 21, to make what will likely be his last visit to the Pacific Northwest as the longest-serving Secretary of the Navy since the Great War.
The Kitsap County Superior Court judge presiding over David Kalac’s double murder case agreed to delay the trial one last time.
Olympic High’s football team did something that no team has been willing to do for the last five weeks: play powerhouse 2A Archbishop Murphy High School, as contractually agreed to.
More than 100 Hansville residents ate pie, drank coffee and filled the Greater Hansville Community Center to overflowing. They also filled out index cards with their questions for the candidates, which a committee then distilled down to key local issues and gave to moderator Fred Nelson.
A team of administrators, including Renaissance High School Principal Kristen Morga, Mountain View Middle School Assistant Principal Annette Farrington and West Sound Technical Skills Center Director Shani Watkins, participated in active shooter response training over the summer break.
Bremerton police are still on the hunt for a man who, besides packing a revolver-style handgun of unknown caliber, allegedly committed domestic violence and burglary.
For Steve Sego, the question of whether to support Prop. 1, the passenger-only fastferry funding proposal before Kitsap County voters next month, is a rhetorical question.
“(The haunted ship is) something people know about come Halloween, and we just thought that wewould try something a little bit different this year,” said Frank Portello, director of the USS Turner Joy.“Some people are a little disappointed because they really like coming on it. But others, as soon as I explain what our intent is, they like that we’re trying to make our event a little more family oriented,instead of just an adult thing that scares people."
Efforts by Kitsap Rescue Mission to establish a homeless camp on Warner Avenue in South Kitsap have ended due to neighborhood opposition, according to Mike O’Shaughnessy, Kitsap Rescue Mission operations manager.
PolitiFact, a project of the Tampa Bay Times and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, will live fact-check the debates.
The Bremerton Patriot and Central Kitsap Reporter won 12 awards in the 2016 Better Newspaper Contest sponsored by the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association.
What’s the wind speed in Bremerton? What’s the rainfall in Poulsbo? Where’s the center of the latest storm? You can track all of that and more in real time with Ventusky's real-time weather data map.
The following charges have been filed in Kitsap County District Court.