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The U.S. economy is growing faster, corporate profits are rising and companies are laying off the fewest workers in six years.
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Marilyn Champa, who plays Mrs. Jeffries, walks past the park setting during Thursday's dress rehearsal for "A Main Street Christmas."
This year's Festival of Chimes and Lights should be bigger and better - thanks to more live music and activities.
During the Nov. 12 Port Orchard City Council meeting, a former city council candidate slammed the city for a video that was produced to help promote the community.
Port Orchard resident, Charles Allen Miller, born May 2, 1947 in Seattle, passed away Nov. 15, 2013.
Possible locations where marijuana could be grown, sold or processed might be expanded from an initial zoning proposal by Kitsap County planners.
A mystery diner has been leaving huge tips for waiters and waitresses across the country, and now he's struck again at Moon Dogs bar in Port Orchard.
This receipt, taken from Instagram, shows where a MoonDogs, Too customer - using the handle tipsforjesus - left a $5,000 tip.
Local Republican Party officers will have plenty of choices Wednesday when they meet to nominate three people for GOP Rep. Jan Angel's state House seat.
A 27-year-old Bainbridge Island man was charged with forgery in Kitsap County District Court after allegedly using a phony $20 bill at a Safeway in Port Orchard.
Clallam County has spent $995,665 this year on double-murderer Darold Stenson's retrial, Superior Court Administrator Lindy Clevenger said Monday.
A 41-year-old man listed as transient was charged Monday in Kitsap County District Court with first-degree burglary and second-degree assault for an incident Wednesday involving a woman known to him.
The City of Port Orchard is accepting letters of interest from applicants who wish to serve on its Planning Commission, Design Review Board and Building Board of Appeals.
A source within the Mariners confirmed the report from CBS Sports' Jon Heyman that infielder and Port Orchard native Willie Bloomquist will be returning to the organization that first drafted him out of Arizona State.