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.
During the advisory the public is encouraged to avoid contact with the salt water. The advisory will be lifted on Monday, July 28.
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.
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.
Sign on restaurant’s front door states it is closed for a “remodeling”
An email sent by Port Orchard’s city attorney on July 3, answered questions that Mayor Tim Matthes asked pertaining to wanting the city council to reconsider action it took on June 24 in approving an agreement with C&M Golf LLC that restored a water right to the city from a mistake in a 2008 contract.
The owners of a new Bay Street business say they are working to resolve issues surrounding their now-shuttered maritime-themed pub in Chehalis.
Horseshoe Lake County Park will reopen on Saturday, July 19, announced the Kitsap Public Health District.
Beginning July 24, drivers who use the Purdy Spit on State Route 302 will encounter five total night closures of the bridge across the waterway.
The Kitsap Public Health District (KPHD) has confirmed the virus affecting those who visited Horseshoe Lake County Park was norovirus.
The Washington State Building Code Council unanimously approved a change in state law that allows installation of simple rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems without review by an engineer.
An overhauled public workforce development program will be signed into law by President Barack Obama after overwhelming passage by both the House of Representatives and Senate, routing funding to Kitsap County to provide job training and employment support services.
Officials believe fund balance will reach $8 million when classes begin
The roof replacement project at Sidney Glen Elementary School is the biggest of the summer for the South Kitsap School District. But that is far from the only facilities upgrade in the district.