Brian Kelly

Two men jogging on Bainbridge Island hit by car in Father’s Day crash

Two men were seriously injured after they were struck by a car while jogging along Finch Road just after 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Both men were… Continue reading

County prosecutor: Police shooting of gunman on sailboat was justified

The fatal police shooting of a gunman on a sailboat last summer in Eagle Harbor was “absolutely lawful and justified,” according to a memorandum issued… Continue reading

Easy does it | Photo of the day 6.9

Kade Knoebel helps sort canned goods Saturday at Helping Hands as part of the volunteer day of folks from Kids Discovery Museum that included staff,… Continue reading

The good earth | Photo of the day 6.8

John Barutt holds a handful of finished compost during one of his regular compost classes Friday afternoon at the Bainbridge Public Library. Barutt details several… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: Let it rain | The Bainbridge Blab

More wet stuff is headed our way, according to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service in Seattle, as a rain-soaked weekend is expected… Continue reading

Spartans win two, lose two at Washington State 3A Softball Championships

LACEY - The Spartans battled back from a first-round loss against the Warriors to crush the Rebels, then level the Hilanders, in the Washington State… Continue reading

Endangered giant | Photo of the day 6.7

Islanders concerned about the fate of a towering Douglas fir on Miller Road just south of Koura Road by the Grand Forest West have put… Continue reading

Working at eye level | Photo of the day 6.6

Marci Williams and Judy Smith, both founding docents at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art as well as installation crew members, straighten the artwork “Another… Continue reading

SPARTANS AT STATE: Bainbridge girls LAX champions, Part 2 | Photo gallery

The Bainbridge High girls lacrosse team won a historic 10th state title — the most by any team, ever — in a barn-burning finals for… Continue reading

SPARTANS AT STATE: Bainbridge girls LAX champions, Part 1 | Photo gallery

The Bainbridge High girls lacrosse team won a historic 10th state title — the most by any team, ever — in a barn-burning finals for… Continue reading

I got this | Photo of the day 6.5

Kate Berry, a rower and men’s team coach with Bainbridge Island Rowing, carries oars down to the shore of Eagle Harbor before the start of… Continue reading

Trump’s 70th week in office | In cartoons

Here we are, 70 weeks in. Are we tired of all the spinning yet? Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues, with contributions this… Continue reading

Trump’s 69th week in office | In cartoons

Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues with a look back and the humorous — and horrifying — toons of Trump’s 69th week of… Continue reading

Repair work is on the radar for Highway 305 guardrail

The crumpled guard rail on Highway 305 at Hidden Cove Road — mangled by a car crash earlier this year — is in the process… Continue reading

Search starts for new commissioner

The Bainbridge Island Fire Department has launched its search for a new fire board commissioner. The department is accepting “letters of interest” from qualified Bainbridge… Continue reading

Picture this | Photo of the day 6.3

Pastor Colin Cushman and his wife Madi display a farewell gift — a painting of Seabold United Methodist Church — to the crowd gathered for… Continue reading

It’s time for you to go | Photo of the day 6.2

Scouts Marshall Whittlesey, Alec Stauffer, Sean Lafer, Björn Addington and Garrett Peterson remove unwanted electronic gear from the back of a car Saturday at Bainbridge… Continue reading

UPDATE: Bainbridge chief accepts new contract

Bainbridge Island Police Chief Matthew Hamner had an emotional epiphany, in sort of a Sally Fields kind of way. The island spoke, and he heard.… Continue reading

On your mark | Photo of the day 5.31

Bainbridge Island Parking Enforcement Officer Ken Lundgren makes his way down Winslow Way Thursday just after noon, marking tires to make sure downtown visitors don’t… Continue reading

Bainbridge council approves new contract for Police Chief Hamner

Bainbridge Island Police Chief Matthew Hamner will stay on the Bainbridge force. The Bainbridge Island City Council voted 6-1 at a special meeting Tuesday to… Continue reading