The Monday, May 2 vote count update from Kitsap County's Election Division showed little movement toward passage of the South Kitsap School District bond measure.
Cartoonist John Cole offers his take on the electoral process.
The following public notice was released May 2 by the City of Port Orchard:
West Sound Treatment Center in Port Orchard, tucked away in a quiet industrial area off Old Clifton Road, is doing outsized work assisting people who are battling substance abuse and the attendant issues that often follow: homelessness, unemployment, crime and desperation.
Port Orchard’s Public Works Department has some comforting news for city residents: We’re not Flint, Michigan.
Nearly 60 employers will meet job seekers at Olympic College's annual job fair on Wednesday, May 4.
An abrupt post-spring-break closure at South Kitsap Christian School earlier this month caused some uncertainty among parents.
What's up with the promised facade work update on Port Orchard's Myhre's Building exterior?
On May 7, head to Albertsons to donate food for South Kitsap Helpline.
Updated vote returns Wednesday afternoon for the South Kitsap School District bond election to build a second high school in Port Orchard is showing the measure inching closer to a supermajority approval of 60 percent.
A 69-year-old South Kitsap man was found dead inside his Subaru Forester April 27 by Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputies after the vehicle reportedly had veered off Long Lake Road SE and into the ditch.
The latest results of the South Kitsap School District bond measure will be posted here when vote totals are announced by the Kitsap County Elections Division, beginning on Tuesday at 8:15 p.m.
Bob Ulsh and Roy Carr don’t mind one whit if you call them “old geezers.
Employees and visitors at Port Orchard City Hall returned to the building at mid-day after gas fumes forced their evacuation this morning.
Mick Hersey is doing all he can to ensure that names like Levi Cline, Otto Borst, Johnson A. Curtis, David Bleam and William Bishop don’t fade away.
Police Chief Geoffrey Marti told a Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce luncheon audience at McCormick Woods Golf Club April 14 that the police department’s yearly crime statistics are often misinterpreted by citizens and social media users.
Science on Wheels has grown into the most extensive school outreach program in the country with its fun, educational lessons.
In a return to the recent past, Safeway is reopening Wednesday at its old location at the corner of SE Lund Avenue and Bethel Road SE.Doors open at 8 a.m. for a grand opening, according to Tairsa Worman, Safeway public affairs manager.
A sampling of calendar events happening in South Kitsap from April 22-28 are listed below:
Kitsap Transit’s Annapolis ferry terminal will receive just over $4.5 million from the Federal Transit Administration to install a new ramp that will provide equal access for elderly and disabled passengers.