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Sunshine and cherry blossoms | Photo of the day 3.24

Saturday’s weather on Bainbridge Island turned out to be surprisingly sunny after a bit of rain in the morning; cherry blossoms soak up some of… Continue reading

Can you dig it? | Photo of the day 3.23

Students at Captain Johnston Blakely Elementary watch the closing bits of the groundbreaking celebration Friday at the school. Earth-moving on the grounds of the current… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: More of the same | The Bainbridge Blab

Like what you see outside your window today? Then you’re going to love the weather this weekend on Bainbridge Island. The weekend is shaping up… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | Jeff’s not here

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14 1:34 p.m. Police were called to South Beach where a boat ran aground… Continue reading

Bainbridge man arrested after parking lot brawl

A 72-year-old Bainbridge Island man was arrested late last week for allegedly assaulting a Bainbridge police officer outside an island restaurant. Police were called to… Continue reading

Wattle you have for lunch | Photo of the day 3.21

Students at The Island School enjoy an Australian spring picnic on Wednesday to celebrate the new season in the spirit of Australia’s Wattle Festival. Children… Continue reading

Bainbridge’s newest trail has debut | Photo of the day 3.18

Islanders walk along the Old Mill Trail after the grand opening celebration for the new trail Sunday at IslandWood. Nearly a hundred people came out… Continue reading

Matty’s meatball | Photo of the day 3.20

Matty McCaslin, general manager at Pegasus Coffee House, holds up a meatball during the shop’s Spring Takes Wing event Tuesday. The all-day event celebrated the… Continue reading

Ed King, first principal of Wilkes Elementary, passes away

Ed King, the first principal of Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary, passed away Monday, March 19. He was 92. King was born in Logan, Kansas on… Continue reading

It’s getting real | Photo of the day 3.19

Dylan Cawman smiles after picking up her cap and gown Monday at Bainbridge High School. Representatives from Jostens, a company that makes graduation gear and… Continue reading

UPDATE | Bainbridge council agrees on timeline to fill council seat

Central Ward residents who want to serve on the Bainbridge Island City Council will have until 4 p.m. Friday, April 13 to apply for the… Continue reading

Trump’s 60th week in office | In cartoons

The day care crew at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue underwent a few staff changes again, as Donald J. Trump wrapped up his 60th week in the… Continue reading

Gimme five | Photo of the day 3.17

Opening day festivities for the Bainbridge Island Little League get underway Saturday at Woodward Middle School as the incoming T-ball players parade across the WMS… Continue reading

Lovgreen Road car crash claims life of Seattle woman

A Seattle woman was fatally injured after her 2011 BMW went off the road, down an embankment and burst into flames Saturday night near the… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: Carry on my wayward sun | The Bainbridge Blab

Friday’s absolutely gorgeous sunny weather on Bainbridge Island will disappear for the weekend. Be prepared for a weekend with rain — that’s the latest forecast… Continue reading

Bainbridge students walk out of class in national day of unity for school security | Photo gallery

Hundreds of Bainbridge High School students walked out of class at 10 a.m. Wednesday as part of a day of national protest for improved school… Continue reading

Let’s get cooking | Photo of the day 3.13

Sam Rosen and Raina Morris help prepare a pot of Indian pudding during Tuesday’s meeting of Bainbridge High’s Culinary Club. The club meets every week… Continue reading

City of Bainbridge Island may adopt regulations to protect LGBTQ restroom access

Bainbridge Island may become the second city in the state to adopt protections for transgender people who want to use the bathroom of their choice.… Continue reading

Bainbridge to set deadline for accepting applications for soon-to-be-vacant council seat

Central Ward residents who want to serve on the Bainbridge Island City Council will have until April 20 to apply for the post, according to… Continue reading

Trump’s 59th week in office | In cartoons

The headlines turned pretty Stormy for President Trump in his 59th week in the White House. Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues with… Continue reading