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Thomas Horton, 30, was taken into custody without incident at his home in Suquamish, according to Bainbridge police... [Read More]
Jacob Edward Milliron told police the two improvised "slam guns" were meant to scare off another man. [Read More]
The project is expected to cost about $4.3 million, with $2.5 million coming from state grants, the city said in an announcement of the construction. [Read More]
If you've been reading my columns on childhood sports memories over the past couple months, first of all: thank you. I've enjoyed digging into the... [Read More]
Kitsap Transit is hoping to entice riders back to buses and ferries. Commuters are wary. [Read More]
Demonstrators filled the pedestrian pathway of the Manette Bridge in the first of three protests planned in response to the death of George Floyd and... [Read More]
The facility would be owned and operated by a private company that contracts with the Navy for maritime firefighter training. [Read More]
It's going to take more than public health and an economic rebound to solve our social crisis. [Read More]
South Kitsap senior baseball player Tim Reidy enjoyed his from the dugout when the Wolves snapped Puyallup's 41-game winning streak in 2018. The following spring, it... [Read More]
Now that Kitsap is in Phase 2 of the state's reopening, personal service providers can begin work again if they follow certain safety guidelines... [Read More]
Missing family and friends isn't odd, but Kitsap County residents reflect on the odd, unexpected things they miss after weeks of social distancing. [Read More]
Restaurants can now open as Kitsap County begins Phase 2 of the reopening plan, but only 50% capacity is allowed for dine-in service. [Read More]
The Point Casino and Hotel in North Kitsap closed down in mid-March because of coronavirus concerns. [Read More]
Schools and colleges are up against a blockade of physical restrictions to prevent transmission of coronavirus as they plan graduation ceremonies. [Read More]
Kitsap Sun sports reporter Jeff Graham recently chatted with retiring North Mason High School athletic director Mark Swofford.Swofford, 62, joined North Mason as athletic director/assistant... [Read More]
The experience entertainment industry relies on its customers being comfortable with being around other people for extended periods of time. [Read More]
Local retail stores adjusted to COVID-19 to survive. Now as phased opening of the state allows, those shops are readjusting to new standards. [Read More]
"Taking care of your people and accomplishing the mission are not mutually exclusive," Shipyard Commander Dianna Wolfson said in an interview Friday. [Read More]
Elimination of waiting rooms and other safety measures are coming as healthcare workers and patients adjust to a new reality after COVID-19. [Read More]
OC officials are seeing potential advantages to expanding online options, even after the pandemic is behind us. [Read More]
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