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Bainbridge Island residents will get to decide in November whether they want their property taxes to increase in order to fund a new police headquarters and municipal court facility.
Sometimes the answer is in your own backyard — or very close by. When Garret Ihler of Bainbridge Island learned last March that he had prostate cancer, he went looking for the best possible treatment. As a former professor of medicine at Texas A&M University, he recalled reading something about a new procedure called SpaceOAR on a website called MedPage. So he began researching where he could get that treatment.
June through April rainfall is lowest in two decades.
Kevin Haggerty grew up in a suburban neighborhood near Oakland, California. He didn’t know much about farming and he never planned to spend his career with his hands in the dirt.
The creation of a new public safety facility to serve Bainbridge Island is a step closer to reality.
Most people know her as the Zero Waste lady. But this year, she’s also the Citizen of the Year, two times over.
Everyone loves a parade. But Frank Buxton and John Ellis really love a parade — the Grand Old Fourth Parade on Bainbridge Island.
They knew it’d be popular. But they didn’t know how popular. The Bainbridge Island Senior Center’s Collect Call Phone Booth has logged about six hours of memories each week since it opened in May.
For Lynn and Mark Schorn there’s no debate. If they’ve got time on their hands, you’ll find them on the water in their kayaks.
To some it may look like an old relic, not worthy of saving. But to a group of Bainbridge teens, it’s a piece of history that they don’t want to lose.
Ben Harris grew up on Bainbridge Island and graduated from Bainbridge High School in 1995. He is currently the Chief Economist and Economic Adviser to Vice President Joe Biden.
Fitness trainer says you’re never too old to begin a program to get in shape and add years to your life.
From bank statements to tax forms, Marilee Hageman knows it all — and she can help you get organized.
It’s that age-old argument — when should older drivers quit driving? At what age is it not “safe” to continue behind the wheel?
If it hadn’t been for that garage sale back in 2008, Betty Sarachene might never have met Karen and Warren Beauchene.
It’s important to talk about the options and the ‘what ifs’ when thinking about your future health care needs.
They serve as advisers. But they’ve all encountered their own unique issues navigating the needs of seniors. They are the Advisory Council to the Kitsap County Division of Aging and Long Term Care, the local Area Agency on Aging.
When it came to Jack Hildebrand, he knew how to treat his customers. At least that’s what his former customers, friends and neighbors say.
After serving the YWCA of Kitsap County for 20 years as its Executive Director, Linda Joyce stepped down a year ago this month. She arrived at the 2014 YWCA Women of Achievement luncheon in a wheelchair, straight from the hospital, telling the crowd that she wasn’t going to miss the event.
When it comes to women who broke the gender barrier, Adele Ferguson was certainly one of them.