“I want to be known for loving people." — Beautiful Reflections owner, Kerri Creed
Driver was allegedly under the influence of heroin
Candidate filing for the Nov. 8 general election closed May 20 — 120 candidates filed for 32 offices.
Bremerton's 68th annual Armed Forces Day Parade was a celebration of the armed forces and the local community. Not even a little rain on the parade could dampen the spirit of the community event on May 21.
A familiar face in South Kitsap elected office will challenge an incumbent for a state legislative seat this November.
Visit Kitsap Peninsula has received a $10,000 grant from the Port of Seattle to create an international portal to the organization’s website.
Anya Fogel bet out kids all over the state to win second place at National History Day and earn a trip to Washington D.C.
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard came to Manchester Elementary to help students build their own ROVs.
Motorists who use State Route 166, Anderson Hill Road near Gorst and Highway 16 are in for some Seattle-style traffic headaches beginning sometime in June.
A single-wide manufactured home in South Kitsap was destroyed by fire early Monday morning (May 16) at the 4400 block of Eastway Drive SW.
The South Kitsap School District’s annual “Stuff the Bus!” food drive on May 7 was a huge success, according to Jennifer Hardison, executive director of South Kitsap Helpline.
Rob Putaansuu has been mayor of Port Orchard for just a little over four months, but he’s already seen positive movement in his efforts to seek out funding sources for area transportation projects and restructure city government.
Housing Kitsap and Sound West Group are looking at the feasibility of building affordable-rent apartments on south Viking Avenue
Six unclaimed, deceased veterans will be remembered and honored in ceremony and song at The Unforgotten, Run to Tahoma VII Celebration of Life on May 28 during Memorial Day weekend, at the Kitsap County Administration Building plaza, 619 Division St., Port Orchard.
Port Orchard artist Mary J. McInnis will have the first of three solo art exhibits at the Sidney Gallery in June.
Pet supply company Petco reportedly will build a new store to serve the Port Orchard area.
The following South Kitsap roadways will be impacted through May 20 by Kitsap County road repair and construction work:
Construction of a covered community pavilion at Marina Park in Port Orchard has been proposed by the Port of Bremerton.
Gov. Jay Inslee, state Sen. Christine Rolfes, and Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman struck ceremonial welds on the keel of the Suquamish at Vigor’s Harbor Island Shipyard in Seattle.
According to Kitsap County Public Works, the following South Kitsap roads will be affected this week by repair or construction work: