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Ron Peltier, the organizer of the protests, has said the group plans to take to the corner each Tuesday during the evening commute.
A 30-percent cut in water rates was put on the fast track Wednesday after the Bainbridge Island City Council brought it one step closer to a vote. The next step may put the rate reduction into effect.
The island’s own brewery has been pumping out a bevy of beers for one year now and is celebrating its first anniversary with a birthday bash from noon to 9 p.m. Sunday, June 30 at its tap room in the Coppertop Loop.
Sonoji Sakai Intermediate sixth-grader Ethan Soltanzadeh, and Saint Cecilia Catholic School eighth-grader Colleen Campbell came away with awards from the National American Legion essay contest.
The council discussed the merits of cutting water utility rates at Wednesday’s meeting, one of many proposed changes to the utility suggested by Mayor Steve Bonkowski.
Owners asking locals to return any jewelry they may have purchased from the thief.
City manager reviews Mayor Bonkowski's alterations to the city's water utility, recommends updating water system plan first.
The project to redevelop Bainbridge Island's Waterfront Park is still in its early stages, but city officials are wasting no time in gathering community input.
Last week, the Town & Country Market announced plans for a major remodel of its historic Winslow grocery store. This week, islanders weighed in.
Bainbridge Island City Manager Doug Schulze and Mayor Steve Bonkowski both tried to mend fences Wednesday after last week's confrontation over a controversial outsourcing contract that some council members said had created a crisis at city hall.
A total of 333 seniors graduated from Bainbridge High School's class of 2013.
Protesters opposed to a new shopping center lined the corner of Highway 305 and High School Road near the proposed location of the new project Tuesday, collecting fist pumps, thumbs up, and a steady stream of honks from passers-by during the evening commute.
Bainbridge Island-based Ozone International has won the 2013 Manufacturer of the Year award from Seattle Business Magazine.
A Winslow merchant is offering to take islanders down south, and then down a little farther, to one of the more difficult travel destinations for Americans.
Bainbridge High School boasts 13 valedictorians this year.
Island architect Jonathan Davis and his company, Davis Studio Architecture + Design, have been awarded the Environmental Innovator award by the Association of Washington Business.
The numbers are in and this year’s Girls Night Out has proven to be quite a success.
The Bainbridge Island man arrested for allegedly growing marijuana and threatening the life of a Kitsap family will not face charges on having an illegal indoor pot farm, but has instead been charged in an unrelated second case.
Plans for the remodel of Winslow’s Town & Country Market are moving along and boasting many new improvements including pocket parks, more parking, and even a drive-thru grocery window.
The exercise center was informed that the U.S. Postal Service would cease delivering its mail unless it banned all dogs from visiting the gym.