A Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance project to repair a segment of rock bulkhead along the Purdy Spit on State Route 302 was completed a day ahead of schedule.
A couple examines one of the more than 200 Ford Mustangs that were parked along the Port Orchard waterfront for the annual Mustangs on the Waterfront car show on July 27. There were Mustangs from 1964 to 2014 on displayed for the event sponsored by the Kitsap Mustang Club.
Tracy Patterson started July 1 as South Kitsap School District’s assistant superintendent of business services.She replaces Sandy Rotella, who left the district in March to return to her native Colorado.
The following charges were filed in Kitsap County District Court from July 2-29:
Recovery crews successfully retrieved the body of a Port Orchard boy who fell in the Ohanapecosh River on July 4.
Beginning Aug. 4, motorists will encounter weeknight single-lane closures on west and eastbound State Route 16 approaching Olympic Drive NW and on Olympic Drive NW itself.
Marine biotoxins that cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) have been detected in very high levels in shellfish samples from the Liberty Bay Marina located in Poulsbo in Kitsap County.
A memorial fund has been set up for the family of a 12-year-old boy who died in a Tacoma hospital after he was found floating in the water at a Poulsbo lake dock last week.
A 3.5-magnitude earthquake hit the West Puget Sound area, reported the The United States Geological Society.
During the advisory the public is encouraged to avoid contact with the salt water. The advisory will be lifted on Monday, July 28.
Motorists traveling across the State Route 104 Hood Canal Bridge should prepare for potential delays one night this week while bridge crews test the bridge’s drawspan.
The Attorney General’s Office filed a petition July 23 in Kitsap County Superior Court seeking to prevent a repeat sex offender from being released into the community.
The Puget Sound Partnership’s Science Panel will meet from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 30, in the Commencement Bay conference room at the Center for Urban Waters, 326 East D St.
An online fund has been set up to help with financial support for 17-year-old Josh Osborn, who is presume drowned July 4 in a Ohanpecosh River in the Mount Rainier National Forest.
South Kitsap School District’s new assistant superintendent for human resources never strayed too far from her original vision.
South Kitsap Fire and Rescue crews responded to the fire about 9 p.m. July 23 at Cedar Heights Apartments, 333 Lippert Dr. West.
A copy of the agreement between the city and C&M Golf LLC to restore water rights to the city from a McCormick Woods water well shows a timeline of events leading to a new agreement.
Since the beginning of the year, city clerk staff has been combing through more than 20,000 emails to fulfill resident Randy Jones’ public records request.
Shelly Wilkerson, owner of Crazy Lady on Bay Street, presents a portrait of Darryl Baldwin to Shelia Cline of MoonDogs, Too during the July 17 meeting of the Port Orchard Bay Street Association.
After a 3-3 deadlock by the Port Orchard city council, Mayor Tim Matthes cast the deciding vote for his appointment of the Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce to be represented on the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee.