With a 59.3-percent approval vote counted so far by Kitsap County Elections Division, the Kitsap County School District's $126.99 million bond issue is in danger of failing.
Iowans have made their choices. New Hampshire’s votes are being touted by the winners and analyzed by pundits. Now, it’s Kitsap County’s turn.
An emergency ordinance to allow for transitory accommodations hosted by churches and non-profit organizations will be before commissioners for approval Feb. 22, providing interim regulations until permanent regulations are developed through a full public process.
Following the apparent demise of the Port Orchard Pavilion business next month, business owner Delilah Rene Luke said she’s negotiating to open a similar space with plenty of opportunities for family and community events.
Maurine Simons is an unexpected face among the five-person automotive technology crew that works inside the repair and maintenance shop at South Kitsap School District’s bus barn.
Coach’s name is synonymous with girls track success.
A number of South Kitsap customers of Puget Sound Energy has registered their alarm at they say are sharply higher electric bills this year.
The first Fathoms O' Fun judging event began the pageant season.
Julie Lee’s sixth-grade class challenged Superintendent Michelle Reid and the SKSD school board members to take part in its Great Kindness Week Challenge and complete as many kind acts as possible.
A Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office task force employed undercover detectives and arrest teams to contact multiple persons and make nine arrests for prostitution-related offenses.
Residents of the 26th District are invited to a telephone town hall meeting with Rep. Michelle Caldier Thursday, Feb. 4.
The former owner of the Robert Earl Lighthouse restaurant was found not guilty of four counts of first-degree child molestation Jan. 27 by a Snohomish County Superior Court jury.
Here are South Kitsap calendar items for the week of Feb. 5-12.
BREMERTON – As part of Solid Curtain/Citadel Shield, an annual nationwide security readiness exercise, an exercise visible and audible to the public will take place in Sinclair Inlet the morning of Friday, Feb. 5.
A warning to bereaved families attending a loved one’s funeral: beware. There are criminals out there who have no issue breaking into your home and stealing your valuables while you mourn.
A school bus was involved in an accident at Mullenix Ridge Elementary School Feb.1. There were no injuries.
BREMERTON — Economist John Mitchell is bullish on the local, state and national economy.
As a 2015 Aspen Prize finalist, Olympic College was recognized as one of the top 10 community colleges in the nation, which places us in the top 1 percent nationally.
Kitsap Fire and Rescue and Port Orchard Police responded to a report of smoke inside the Kitsap Bank building on Bay Street.
Marijuana producers, wholesalers and retailers say that certain information they are required to provide the state’s Liquor and Cannabis Board should not be subject to public records requests because it is too personal and violates their security.