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Windy weather cuts power to thousands on Bainbridge

Nearly half of Bainbridge Island lost power Wednesday afternoon as gusty weather swept through Puget Sound. A total of 3,849 customers of Puget Sound Energy… Continue reading

Agreement in abundance at Bainbridge candidates forum

From trees to taxes to the Bridge to Nowhere, islanders put six candidates for city council under the microscope this week during the largest public… Continue reading

Trump’s 38th week in office | In cartoons

What a mess! Consider: A suggestion for an unprecedented nuclear arms buildup; the suggested early abandonment of recovery efforts in Puerto Rico; the continued standoff… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: Sunny weekend | The Bainbridge Blab

Last weekend turned out to be sunnier than expected, and this coming weekend will see its fair share of sunshine, as well, according to the… Continue reading

Despite a few low marks, opinions largely unchanged in new city survey

Confidence in city government is still poor among Bainbridge Island residents, according to the results of a citizen survey released Thursday by Bainbridge officials. The… Continue reading

This week in Spartan sports

Fore! This week in Spartan sports tees off with the Bainbridge boys and girls varsity golf teams hosting Garfield on the links at Wing Point… Continue reading

City presents potential design ideas for 305 bridge

The city of Bainbridge Island unveiled seven potential designs for a new pedestrian bridge over Highway 305 this week, and city officials are hoping residents… Continue reading

TRAVEL ADVISORY | Bainbridge-Seattle route returns to two-boat service

Washington State Ferries said two-boat service has been restored to the Bainbridge Island-Seattle route following the loss of the ferry M/V Tacoma early Saturday for… Continue reading

Trump’s 37th week in office | In cartoons

With the horrific shooting in Las Vegas last week, cartoonists across the country turned their attention from one tragedy — the presidency of Donald J.… Continue reading

Football Friday: Spartans vs. Totems

“We’re not going to lose another game.” That was the heady promise from Spartan Head Coach Jeff Rouser after Bainbridge’s two-game win streak in varsity… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: Annie’s a day off | The Bainbridge Blab

Sorry, Annie. The sun will come out. But it won’t be tomorrow. That’s the most recent forecast for the weekend weather on Bainbridge Island, courtesy… Continue reading

Cougars scratch out a win in girls volleyball

BAINBRIDGE - The Spartans kept the Cougars on a short leash, but Holy Names Academy was able to scratch out a 3-0 victory against Bainbridge… Continue reading

Spartans vs. Cougars | Photo gallery

The Spartans recently welcomed Holy Names Academy to Paski Gymnasium for a night of highly competitive volleyball. The Review’s Brian Kelly was there for all… Continue reading

Developers present new plan for developing Suzuki property

The company that hopes to build a new neighborhood on the city-owned Suzuki property are now proposing to build up to 68 homes on the… Continue reading

Former Bainbridge Island resident killed in Las Vegas shooting

A former Bainbridge Island woman was one of the 59 people killed in Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas, according to the Washington Post. Carrie… Continue reading

Hearing on new critical area rules is Tuesday

Tougher restrictions on land development on Bainbridge Island are in the works, and the city council will hold a public hearing on the proposed changes… Continue reading

Yaquina site is now tops in site search for new Bainbridge police station

It’s eastward ho for the city. With the city of Bainbridge Island no longer expecting to build a new public safety building on NE New… Continue reading

New award for top students and staff

BISD STRONG: It’s not just a motto with some muscle. Instead, it’s the name of a new award that has been created by the Bainbridge… Continue reading

Spartans edge Braves in volleyball

BAINBRIDGE - Getting back into the win column wasn’t a cake walk. But the Spartans certainly frosted the Braves in girls varsity volleyball as Bainbridge… Continue reading

This week in Spartan sports

This week in Spartan sports begins on the other side of Puget Sound. On Monday, Oct. 2, Bainbridge athletes will be catching the boat to… Continue reading