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This is Strong | Photo of the day 4.18

Marie Djemondo Kingome reacts after Bainbridge Island School District Superintendent Peter Bang-Knudsen announces she is a winner of a “BISD STRONG Award” Wednesday. Bang-Knudsen popped… Continue reading

Bainbridge mayor proposes secret ballot for council applicants

Bainbridge Island Mayor Kol Medina wants to use secret ballots to whittle down the pack of candidates for the city’s vacant council seat. There are… Continue reading

All eyes on this Spartan serve | Photo of the day 4.17

Bainbridge High’s Madison Culp serves the ball in girls singles action during the Spartans’ home meet against Lakeside Tuesday at BHS. The matchup with the… Continue reading

Vacant Bainbridge council seat now has 11 applicants

Three more people have stepped forward as candidates for the vacant Central Ward seat on the Bainbridge Island City Council. The three new candidates means… Continue reading

Candidate withdrawn from pool of applicants for Bainbridge council post

The field of candidates for the vacant Central Ward seat on the Bainbridge Island City Council has dropped from 11 to 10 after it was… Continue reading

A little cracked | Photo of the day 4.16

The mural at the corner of Eagle Harbor Drive at Rose Avenue on Monday; a bit of color on another gray and rainy Pacific Northwest… Continue reading

Trump’s 64th week in office | In cartoons

It’s said a picture is worth a thousand words. So here’s 54,000 words worth to mark President Trump’s 64th week in the White House. For… Continue reading

Weed be gone | Photo of the day 4.15

Mike Nance grabs the front end of a pickup load of invasive English ivy with his rake as volunteer John Van Dem Meerendonk helps empty… Continue reading

Bainbridge Councilwoman Nassar has baby boy

Atlas Oliver Gibbons doesn’t know it yet, but he has set a new record: youngest person — ever — to attend a Bainbridge Island City… Continue reading

Former TV reporter joins city staff

Kristen Drew will be the city of Bainbridge Island’s new communications coordinator, City Manager Doug Schulze announced this week. Drew most recently worked as a… Continue reading

In the swing of things | Photo of the day 4.14

Rey Estaban serves in the second game of the championship finals at the table tennis singles tournament Saturday at the Bainbridge Island Senior Center. Players… Continue reading

Eminent domain enters the discussion on land for new Bainbridge police station

With just two less-than-perfect options for a location for a new police station, members of the Bainbridge Island City Council have been talking privately about… Continue reading

Pritchard Park is on the agenda for parks board

Bainbridge parks officials will meet next week to consider the transfer of city ownership of Pritchard Park to the park district. Also on the agenda… Continue reading

Tax time cometh | Photo of the day 4.13

AARP volunteer Kathleen (tax advisors don’t use their last names) talks to a client who needs income tax filing advice Friday at the Bainbridge Public… Continue reading

Bainbridge hit with avalanche of applications for council post

The pack of candidates to fill the vacant Bainbridge Island City Council seat swelled to eight by noon Friday. Six more islanders submitted applications late… Continue reading

Spartans vs. Ingraham | Photo gallery

The Bainbridge Spartans sent the Ingraham Rams home early with a mercy-rule shortened game, 15-0. The Review’s Brian Kelly was there for the matchup; here’s… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: Spring showers | The Bainbridge Blab

Here comes the rain again. Bainbridge Island will be awash in spring showers this weekend, according to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service… Continue reading

A little touch-up| Photo of the day 4.12

Sean Flanagan of Sabelhaus West, a commercial painting company in Silverdale, does touch-up work in a room on the second floor of the Bainbridge Island… Continue reading

Ready to run? | Photo of the day 4.11

A few raindrops start to fall as students from St. Cecilia Catholic School wait at the start line for the school’s third annual jog-a-thon Wednesday… Continue reading

Man allegedly threatens restaurant employee with knife after skipping out on bar tab

A 34-year-old Poulsbo man was charged with first-degree robbery after he allegedly walked out on his bar tab Tuesday at the Plate & Pint and… Continue reading