Thousands of spectators lined Bay Street to cheer in the 2016 version of the Fathoms O' Fun Grand Parade in Port Orchard.
Kitsap County Public Works reports the following roadwork projects through the week in South Kitsap that may impact motorists:
While Dr. Michelle Reid’s imminent departure to become the new superintendent of Northshore School District has evinced some angst among community leaders and district parents, South Kitsap School District board vice president Chris Lemke nonetheless says he’s thankful.
To use boxing match parlance, Port Orchard’s downtown businesses may have taken a sharp jab to the jaw by the ongoing SR 166 road closure, but they’re not “out for the count” just yet.
The Port Orchard City Council has scheduled a public hearing June 28 to receive comments from the community about a proposed imposition of vehicle license fees through council action.
Planning to attend Port Orchard’s Grand Parade Saturday, June 25? Sponsors of the Fathoms O’ Fun festival event reminds you to first sit down for a filling pancake breakfast on Parade Day at the Lighthouse restaurant, 429 Bay St., between 8:30-11 a.m.
On Saturday, June 25, hundreds of parade entrants will entertain thousands of viewers lined along Port Orchard’s main downtown boulevard with it begins at 6 p.m. The parade’s main sponsor is Columbia Bank.
Port Orchard photographer Gary Patrons captured a brilliant lightning strike the night of June 20 while taking video of a rare thunderstorm light show from across Sinclair Inlet. City Hall is in the foreground.
A Kitsap Animal Control officer was seriously injured in an attack by a dog in Port Orchard on June 20.
All are welcome to this non-profit that offers formal clothes in exchange for food donations to SK Helpline.
Last year, the event had a record number of participants, with more than 400 walkers and runners joining KHS volunteers and staff. The PetsWALK raised more than $23,000 in support of the animal shelter.
According to a county plan, Gorst will be a pretty cool place to live and work by 2033.
There’s still time to take part in the City of Port Orchard’s spring cleanup campaign, which runs through Friday, June 24.
Dr. Michelle Reid, South Kitsap School District superintendent, is leaving to assume the same role at Northshore School District in Bothell.
Kitsap Transit executive director John Clauson will meet with county residents beginning tomorrow, June 18, in the first of a series of public meetings centered on plans to develop a high-speed passenger ferry route into Seattle.
On to new adventures: Congratulations to the 536 graduates of South Kitsap High School.
Photographer Noelle Morris captured a brilliant double rainbow off the waters of Manchester this week.
For hundreds of dads and families, Father’s Day wouldn’t be the same without eating salmon and buying books at the annual Salmon Bake and Book Sale at the Manchester Library.
Opinion | Cartoon: Celebrate Father's Day in any language.
At 8 p.m. Monday, June 13, local members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies gathered at Evergreen Park in Bremerton for a candlelight vigil in honor of the people who lost their lives or loved ones during the attack at gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando, Florida, resulting in 49 deaths.