11 hrs ago
Not-guilty plea for lawyer accused of perjury
A Port Orchard defense attorney accused of perjury for allegedly having a client and his wife sign court documents swearing the attorney hadn't hit on the client's wife pleaded not guilty Tuesday.
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20 hrs ago
Port Orchard, utility district at odds over who owns pump station
Sewage still flows into South Kitsap's wastewater treatment plant, and water cleaned of impurities continues to flow into Sinclair Inlet, despite the fact that an agreement between the two parties that operate the plant expired more than a month ago.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Bremerton's Pacific Avenue project wraps up
The final phase of Pacific Avenue's makeover, a project that completes the connection between downtown Bremerton and Evergreen-Rotary Park via wide sidewalks, is nearly complete and more than a month before schedule.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Titans softball team takes second at tourney
The 12U Titans, who have players from Silverdale to Port Orchard, took second in the Bronze bracket at the Demarini South End Invite last weekend.
North Kitsap Herald
Mayor: Area growth rate greater than expected
Kitsap is growing. But some regions are growing faster than others, and if local leaders don't prepare for the coming tide of residents, one mayor says, it will be difficult to enjoy the area.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
WA: Port Orchard Onboard with Another Summer of Foot Ferry Service
April 10--PORT ORCHARD -- The City Council has agreed to again subsidize extra foot ferry runs between Bremerton and Port Orchard on summer weekends, holidays and festival days, when the Kitsap Transit foot ferry does not operate.
Port Orchard Orchard
Cafe Gabrielle: Let me feed you
Beyond the white tables and chairs arranged outside, the open lobby and minimum yet stylish dA©cor brings to mind the European cafA©s found in old black-and-white feature films.
Port Orchard Orchard
Council approves 2-year contract for police chief
The Port Orchard council unanimously approved a two-year contact for Police Chief Geoffrey Marti which will end in April 2016.
The News Tribune
A vintage 'butterfly'
On the Pantages stage, in front of latticed screens and painted cherry blossom, Naomi Ruiz stands waiting for a blocking cue.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Central Kitsap Reporter
Port increases Port Orchard Marina moorage fees
Commissioners for the Port of Bremerton unanimously approved a 5 percent increase in moorage rates Tuesday for the 158 covered slips at the Port Orchard Marina.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Bainbridge eases ability to hire more police officers
Already down two officers, spending hundreds of dollars in overtime and aggressively pursuing a serial burglar, Bainbridge Island Police Chief Matthew Hamner appeared like a weight had been lifted off his shoulders.
Port Orchard to begin $6 million well project
Yields at some existing wells have been declining. The project will bring the recently constructed Well 10, near Retsil, into full production and connect it to another well nearby, where the city will install a new water treatment system.
Port Orchard onboard with another summer of foot ferry service
The City Council has agreed to again subsidize extra foot ferry runs between Bremerton and Port Orchard on summer weekends, holidays and festival days, when the Kitsap Transit foot ferry does not operate.
Admiral Jack ferry out of service
The 51-seat Admiral Jack and 30-person General Chesty have been working the route while the larger Carlisle II is out for maintenance.
LaRene A. Herbert McNett Cayo
LaRene Cayos's family invite you to celebrate her life on this planet Saturday, April 12, 2014, 2 p.m. at the Burley Bible Church, 14687 Olympic Drive SE, Port Orchard Wa 98367.
The Miami Herald
Stolen car turns up in owner's spot in Bremerton
A man whose car was stolen was amazed to find it 12 days later parked in his regular spot at the Bremerton restaurant where he works, three miles from where it vanished.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Owner finds stolen car ... parked in its usual spot
David Nicholson, a chef at 19th Hole Bar and Grill, borrowed a truck March 22 from a friend at Minder Meats, leaving his 1995 Honda Prelude in front of the Auto Center store.
U.S. Department of Defense
Guardsmen Improve Health Conditions for Mudslide Workers
While search and rescue operations continue following the March 22 mudslide on State Route 530, new safety procedures were implemented to protect responders from contracting illness due to exposure to contaminants in the mud.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Commissary prices could go up if military leaders have their way
Jeff Loehme, of Port Orchard, who is retired from the Navy, shops with wife Anita on Monday in the Bremerton commissary.
Farmers markets are a growing business
Tonya Phillips helps daughter Jasmine decide on a hat at the Gems and More stand at the Port Orchard Farmers Market, which opened Saturday.