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Council to hold public hearing on marijuana ordinance revisions

Bainbridge may finalize permanent regulations for pot businesses by the end of June.

Council to hold first reading on marijuana ordinance revisions

The Bainbridge Island City Council will conduct its first reading tonight over Bainbridge's redrafted marijuana business rules.

Marijuana retail to be located in city’s business-industrial zone

The Bainbridge Island City Council directed staff Monday to revise the recently approved marijuana ordinance. In it, the council asked that retail be moved from Rolling Bay and limited to the business industrial zone along with growing and processing.

School board looks at adding Spanish or science curriculum to elementary school schedules

Over the next few weeks, the Bainbridge Island School Board will decide between adding foreign language or an expanded science curriculum to next year’s kindergarten through fourth-grade schedules.

Bainbridge high to do away with class rankings by next fall

This will be the final year that Bainbridge High School students will be judged how they stand amongst their fellow classmates.

Bainbridge council to review marijuana business regulations

The Bainbridge Island City Council will make its first modifications to the city's rules for marijuana business on Bainbridge during this week's meeting.

Next part of Grow community gets bad review, but still gets thumbs up

Planning commissioner compares design of housing project to prison.

Bainbridge council holds off on sidewalk retail vote

Asks for more impact study on widening pathway for pedestrians.

Bainbridge police department to bring in school resource officer for BHS

City council OKs idea to move ahead.

VW van destroyed in fire on Wyatt Way

A Bainbridge driver escaped injuries Tuesday afternoon just before her Volkswagen Vanagon burst into flames at the intersection of Wyatt Way and Grow Avenue.

Council to consider permit process for sidewalk retail

The resolution would require business owners in the Winslow area to pay an annual fee for outdoor retail displays and dining.

Bainbridge council to discuss next steps for building permanent marijuana regulations at meeting tonight

The Bainbridge Island City Council will discuss marijuana again at this week's meeting.

Bainbridge merchants meet with city to discuss sidewalk retail uses

Shop owners can rest easy knowing the city supports retail on downtown Winslow sidewalks.

Design consultants unveil new look for emergency facilities on Bainbridge

The island's new emergency facilities will fit right in with the rest of Bainbridge. Consultants with Mackenzie, Inc. — the agency hired to design the updated fire and police facilities — gave residents a sneak peak Wednesday into what each option may look like.

UPDATE | Bainbridge council approves temporary rules for marijuana businesses

Bainbridge marijuana businesses may have to wait until November for city officials to establish permanent, reliable regulations.

A new summer spot: Pool at Pleasant Beach may open by next spring

In other parts of the country, summer isn’t summer without the neighborhood pool.

Car prowl spree targets six vehicles, one auto theft

In what seems to be a car-prowling spree, several Bainbridge residents reported last week their vehicles were entered and items were taken.

BHS student assaults security officer

A security officer at Bainbridge High School was allegedly assaulted by a student during school hours Thursday, May 8.

Bainbridge council to discuss role and duties of city advisory committees; groups to receive city-issued email accounts

The Bainbridge Island City Council will consider clarifying the roles and duties of several city advisory committees during this week's session.

Bainbridge council reopens public art program

The Bainbridge Island City Council has reopened the city's Public Art Program.