Several Port Orchard City Council members expressed their concerns over a recent decision by Mayor Tim Matthes regarding their email accounts during the Dec. 16 work study session.
The suspects were arrested at a residence in the 1100 block of Dill Way in the Navy Yard City area of Bremerton, midmorning Dec. 21, “following a tactical action engagement by the sheriff’s SWAT team,” Sheriff’s spokesman Deputy Scott Wilson reported.
Bremerton, Port Orchard, Silverdale stores included in deal; Kingston and Poulsbo stores not included
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The boathouse anchored in Liberty Bay over the past couple months has been moved to Gorst in the Sinclair Inlet, but its owner wants to bring it back to Poulsbo once repairs are finished.
More than 230,000 Washington customers may be entitled to restitution for unauthorized charges “crammed” onto bills.
$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.
New enhanced standards and tools for measuring parity between mental health and medical and surgical benefits takes effect Dec. 18.
The Kitsap County Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating a fire that displaced a South Kitsap couple on Dec. 16.
Dennis Simpson has put on his red and white suit and produced smiles on thousands of children’s faces for the last 36 years.
The Port Orchard City Council is coming to your neighborhood, business or home to check out your “holiday spirit.”
Kitsap County Sheriff Steve Boyer will be honored for his more than 16 years of service during a Dec. 22 ceremony.
Port of Bremerton commissioners agreed last week to transfer the lease on port property for a proposed new racetrack from the nonprofit Bremerton MotorSports park to the for-profit Circuit of the Northwest LLC.
Charges were filed in Kitsap County District Court from Dec. 8-16.
District 26 Sen. Jan Angel said Gov. Jay Inslee’s proposed transportation plan announced earlier this week is a “can of worms.”
Deputies honored for efforts on New Year’s Eve shooting in South Kitsap
Some Phillips Road residents have expressed their opposition against forming a utility local improvement district (ULID) for their property and “force” some residents to pay for installing water and sewer lines.
All federal, state, county, city government offices, and school districts will be closed in observance of Christmas.
Durell Green said he is all-too-familiar with the “school-to-prison pipeline.”
Mayor Tim Matthes asked the council to use their city email accounts, rather than their business or personal email accounts during the Dec. 9 Port Orchard City Council meeting.