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Weekend weather report: The sun will come out, tomorrow | The Bainbridge Blab

Lil’ Annie may be right after all. The sun will come out tomorrow. Or so says the latest weekend weather forecast for Bainbridge Island from… Continue reading

Bainbridge park board commissioner throws hat into Bainbridge council race

School board, parks board and fire board will also have contested races

Trump’s 117th week in office | In cartoons

Our cartoon chronicle of our cartoon president continues with a look back at President Donald J. Trump’s 117th week in the White House. This week’s… Continue reading

Today’s cartoon for Thursday, May 16

Today’s cartoon is by John Darkow, Columbia Missourian.… Continue reading

Few Bainbridge teachers will get layoff notices this month

Layoffs in the Bainbridge Island School District due to a budget gap of $2.6 million to $3.4 million in the coming school year may be… Continue reading

Bainbridge park board commissioner throws hat into Bainbridge council race

A member of the Bainbridge parks board has filed as a candidate for the Bainbridge Island City Council. Michael Pollock filed as a candidate Monday… Continue reading

Wood chip investigation cost city $7,250

The outside investigation into a questionable delivery of city wood chips to a Bainbridge councilman’s home cost the city approximately $7,250, according to records released… Continue reading

Bainbridge school district looks to raise lunch prices

The price of school lunches may go up in Bainbridge Island public schools. District officials have asked the Bainbridge Island School Board to increase meal… Continue reading

Blossom will seek third term on Bainbridge Island City Council

The longest serving member of the Bainbridge Island City Council is going to run for another term. Councilwoman Sarah Blossom registered as a candidate for… Continue reading

Christensen to step down as head of Bainbridge planning department

Bainbridge Island is losing its planning director. Gary Christensen, currently the head of the Planning and Community Development Department, announced Wednesday that he is stepping… Continue reading

Agate Pass Bridge to stay open during two-year paint job

Green it is. And green it will stay. The Agate Pass Bridge will get a new coat of paint, and work will start on the… Continue reading

Spartans top another powerhouse program in girls lacrosse

Oregon might be getting the message now. The Bainbridge Spartans are out of your league, and then some. For the second year in a row,… Continue reading

Kimmerlein finishes Sea Year training

Midshipman David M. Kimmerlein, son of Jennifer and John Kimmerlein, of Bainbridge Island recently completed Sea Year training at the United States Merchant Marine Academy… Continue reading

Trump’s 116th week in office | In cartoons

Our cartoon chronicle of the Tweeter-in-Chief continues with a look back at President Trump’s 116th week in the White House. This week’s contributing artists: Dario… Continue reading

Trump’s 115th week in office | In cartoons

Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues with a look back at President Donald J. Trump’s 115th week in the White House. This week’s… Continue reading

Peltier says he won’t seek re-election

Embattled Bainbridge City Councilman Ron Peltier announced Wednesday he will not seek re-election to the city council. Peltier, a self-described “maverick” on the council who… Continue reading

Mayor Medina says he won’t challenge Peltier for council seat

Bainbridge Island Mayor Kol Medina said this week he won’t be running for the at-large position on the Bainbridge city council when he seeks re-election… Continue reading

Remand issued on ethics complaint: Ethics Board does not waver from decision on Councilman Peltier’s conflict of interest

The view of Bainbridge Island’s Ethics Board has not changed: City Councilman Ron Peltier had a conflict of interest when he refused to support a… Continue reading

One for the bunny, two for the show, three to get ready… | Photo gallery

The all-it’s-cracked-up-to-be annual Easter egg hunt at Battle Point Park attracted roughly 3,000 people to Battle Point Park Saturday morning. According to the Bainbridge Island… Continue reading