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The 2014 sale brought in another record-setting profit with $466,793.37.
Interest rates are about to get better for the city of Bainbridge Island.
In a narrow 4-3 council vote at a public hearing this week, the ordinance passed and is now on its way to the state Department of Ecology to become law.
Chief Hamner prioritizes accountability and stronger ties with the community
Grow Community is now accepting advance reservations for its second phase of homes.
The Bainbridge Island Rotary Auction and Rummage Sale got off to a quick start once again on Saturday, June 28.
Services are planned for early next week to honor a Bainbridge Island native, Poulsbo resident and Seattle firefighter.
The Bainbridge Island Rotary Auction and Rummage Sale will be returning for its 54th year at 8 a.m. this Saturday.
In just five days, volunteers have accepted donated garage sale items that will fill six acres at Woodward Middle School, from its parking lot and sports field through its gymnasium and classrooms.
Group pledges to avoid patronizing businesses for at least seven years.
The Bainbridge Island City Council voted Monday to extend the existing guard rail and impose traffic restrictions on Fort Ward Hill Road.
Pot retail to be in business-industrial zone with growing and processing.
Opponents to the proposed shopping center on High School Road are planning to boycott any businesses that locate in the new development.
The Bainbridge Island City Council may seal the deal on marijuana regulations during this week's meeting.
When it comes to development, three things matter: what, where and how much.
Bainbridge may finalize permanent regulations for pot businesses by the end of June.
The search is over. The city of Bainbridge Island has selected Lisa Marshall as its new city attorney.
Prompt action by residents may save trees.
The city of Bainbridge Island will soon take the next steps to replace three deteriorating sewer pipes along Eagle Harbor by next fall.
Merchants to keep a five-foot clearance for pedestrian traffic.