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Oddo has lead in pursuit of campaign contributions for Bainbridge Island City Council

The two candidates hoping to replace Ron Peltier on the Bainbridge Island City Council have already raised a combined total of more than $20,000, according… Continue reading

Trump’s 125th week in office | In cartoons

The countdown continues. Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues with a look back at President Donald J. Trump’s 125th week in the White… Continue reading

Winslow hazmat scare | Photo gallery

A potential hazardous materials release at a Winslow pet clinic prompted a large emergency response Tuesday afternoon. One person was taken to the hospital for… Continue reading

Pictures of Pride: Third Bainbridge festival draws biggest crowd yet — Part 2 | Photo gallery

The third annual Bainbridge Pride Festival — boasting a bevy of guests, performers and activities — was again held at Waterfront Park, once more celebrating… Continue reading

UPDATE | Developer retracts offer to buy apartment building

The developer who had plans to purchase the 550 Madison Apartments no longer wants to buy the building from Housing Kitsap. Mike Burns of Madison… Continue reading

Trump’s 124th week in office | In cartoons

Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues with a look back at President Donald J. Trump’s 124th week in the White House. God save… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: Soggy start | The Bainbridge Blab

Bainbridge Island will see a soggy start to the weekend. That’s the latest weekend weather forecast for the island from the National Weather Service in… Continue reading

Housing Kitsap board gives Bainbridge nonprofit 30 days to find more money for purchase of apartment complex

The Housing Kitsap Board of Commissioners agreed to postpone the sale of the 550 Madison Apartments to give Housing Resources Bainbridge 30 days to match… Continue reading

Housing Resources Bainbridge tries again to get $1.5 million offer for 550 Madison Apartments accepted by Housing Kitsap

Housing Resources Bainbridge is trying once again to get Housing Kitsap to back away from selling the 550 Madison Apartments to a private developer and… Continue reading

Housing Kitsap officials have met repeatedly in private for months to discuss sale of 550 Madison Apartments

Commissioners for Housing Kitsap have been privately discussing potential property purchases for months, according to public records obtained by the Bainbridge Review. Documents also show… Continue reading

Housing Kitsap is ready for speedy sale of 550 Madison Apartments, sales documents already signed

Housing agency received more than a dozen purchase offers for Bainbridge apartment complex.

Bainbridge council rejects proposal to license cats

Cat owners on Bainbridge Island won’t be forced to buy licenses for their furry, four-footed family members. The Bainbridge Island City Council decided last week… Continue reading

New dental clinic proposed for Madison Avenue

A new dental clinic may be built on Madison Avenue just south of the roundabout at High School Road. City officials have been reviewing plans… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: Slow steppin’ into summer | The Bainbridge Blab

Summer is here, though the weather this weekend on Bainbridge Island will make it look like Spring is reluctant to exit, stage left. According to… Continue reading

Affordable housing advocates ask Housing Kitsap to forgo sale of 550 Madison Apartments to private developer

Advocates for affordable housing on Bainbridge Island have started a letter-writing campaign to stop the sale of the 550 Madison Apartments to a private developer.… Continue reading

UPDATE | No remorse: Bainbridge man gets 31 years for first-degree murder

A Bainbridge man who was convicted earlier this month of killing his former boss was sentenced Monday to more than 31 years in prison. Brian… Continue reading

Trump’s 123rd week in office | In cartoons

Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues with a look back at Week 123 for the “stable genius” who is warming a chair at… Continue reading

UPDATE | Bainbridge Island City Hall employees hit panic alarm twice in one week

Bainbridge Island police were called to city hall twice last week after employees became concerned about an agitated visitor who “became loud with staff,” and… Continue reading

Bainbridge teen, Poulsbo woman injured in Highway 305 crash

A Bainbridge Island teen and a Poulsbo woman were injured in a crash on Highway 305 Saturday night. According to the Washington State Patrol, the… Continue reading

Opposition to hotel continues as project heads to planning commission

Opponents of a new hotel in downtown Winslow have three suggestions. Build it smaller. Don’t build it at all. Or build it somewhere else. The… Continue reading