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Kazuko “Kay” Nakao was 22 when she, her five siblings and parents were transported off Bainbridge Island to one of the first Japanese American internment camps during World War II.
Public process and affordable housing expected to be discussion items during proceeding.
Due to miscalculations at the Kitsap County Treasurer’s Office, the city of Bainbridge Island will soon get a check for nearly $1 million.
The Bainbridge Island Police Department has hired another member to add to its ranks. This time it’s for deputy chief. Jeffrey Horn, a long-time officer of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, began his new role as second-in-command to Bainbridge Police Chief Matthew Hamner Monday, Aug. 4.
The city of Bainbridge Island won’t have to pay as much as it thought for designs of a new connection at the Sound to Olympics Trail off of Highway 305.
Due to miscalculations by Kitsap County, the city of Bainbridge Island will soon get a check for nearly $1 million.
The Bainbridge Island City Council asked city staff at its meeting Monday to draft a surplus resolution for the 14-acre Suzuki property so the land can eventually be sold.
It has long been debated whether the Suzuki property — a city-owned parcel at the intersection of New Brooklyn Road and Sportsman Club Road — should officially be labeled as surplus land.
The overall message some of the opponents conveyed Tuesday? It’s time for change at the county prosecutor’s office, and it’ll take a fresh face to make it happen.
The Bainbridge Island Police Department has hired another member to add to its ranks. This time, though, its for deputy chief.
Officials with the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Parks and Recreation District have announced that the finishing touches on the park will be installed by this week.
Before it burned down, Yama was a bustling village of Japanese immigrants who worked at the Port Blakely Mill.
Critics also mull recall election or seceding from island government.
The city of Bainbridge Island received a letter of approval Monday from the Department of Ecology on the city's Shoreline Master Program update.
For more than two decades the city’s Road Ends Committee has enlisted the help of volunteers and its members to preserve Bainbridge Island’s 60 shoreline access points and neighborhood trails. The city is now throwing in some added support.
An oversight by the city of Bainbridge Island may mean the city has to pay more than twice as much rent under a renewed lease agreement for its courthouse in Rolling Bay than it does now.
The Bainbridge Island City Council will revisit talks on a new police facility during its next meeting. At the July 21 study session, city staff will present the next steps for deciding where to locate the new police station and what kind of facility the council would like to pursue.
The first steps for updating the Bainbridge Island Comprehensive Plan will start next week.
A Bainbridge resident who has family in Puerto Rico became the victim of alleged extortion Wednesday, July 1, when he received a phone call from a person claiming to be a gang leader in his parent’s small town.
The Bainbridge Island City Council has put its final stamp of approval on the city’s Shoreline Master Program update. It did not come easy.