Richard D. Oxley

Bainbridge man faces multiple charges from theft to lying to police

A Bainbridge Island man faces several charges after a chance encounter with a Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputy landed him in jail.

City council considers Suzuki property for affordable housing

The city of Bainbridge Island is considering what to do with the Suzuki property located on New Brooklyn Road and Sportsman Club Road.

Despite another look, KPUD contract still more expensive than status quo

City manager presents KPUD contract with $915,000 price tag.

UPDATE | Bainbridge council passes SMP to Ecology

Updated program leaves the dais and heads to the Department of Ecology.

Bainbridge firefighters rescue celebrity canine from cliff

Firefighters rescued a pooch in a pinch last week when a local dog was found trapped on the side of an island bluff. It was a happy ending to a two-day search for the dog.

Nitsche claims seventh at nationals

Bainbridge Islander Claire Nitsche competed alongside national equestrian riders this month and finished in the top 10 in the country.

Spinning for a cause

Sunday, March 19 is the first spinathon fundraiser for Arms Around Bainbridge. The money will go to support islanders in need of financial assistance while facing medical crisis.

Bainbridge council narrowly approves new Shoreline Master Program

The Bainbridge Island City Council approved an update to its Shoreline Master Program Wednesday night.

Bainbridge has draft agreement in hand for KPUD takeover of city water system

Contract to outsource management of city's water utility comes without a price tag.

Bainbridge Island man charged with assaulting ex-girlfriend, violating no-contact order

A Bainbridge Island man has been charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend and violating a court order to stay away from the woman.

Shoreliners plan march on Bainbridge Island City Hall, again

Opposition to the city's Shoreline Master Program update made a stand at the program's hearing last Wednesday.

Chamber of Commerce submits economic white paper to the city

Paper promotes attracting CEOs and retirees to Bainbridge Island as a means of attaining economic security.

Alleged Bainbridge pot grower may change plea

The Bainbridge Island man charged with the illegal manufacture of marijuana among other charges may change his plea to guilty at an upcoming hearing.

Bainbridge council OKs additional $55K for temporary chief

The Bainbridge Island City Council approved further funding the city’s temporary police chief Wednesday, to the tune of $55,000.

Town & Country planning remodel of Winslow store

Town & Country Market plans for a remodel of its iconic Winslow grocery store.

BPA presents ‘A Chorus Line’

Bainbridge Performing Arts will present “A Chorus Line” at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and at 3 p.m. Sundays, May 10-26.

Library celebrates May the Fourth

While the date of May 4 is just another day to many, for “Star Wars” faithful it is an underground holiday to celebrate all things stemming from a galaxy far, far away.

Liveaboard comes to the rescue of woman allegedly assaulted at island marina

Bainbridge Island Police were called to a dock in the marina district when a liveaboard called 911 after discovering a half-naked woman running down the dock early last week.

Man enters plea in child porn case

The man arrested on Bainbridge Island for allegedly possessing child pornography has pleaded not guilty.

Rocking the Rock: St. Cecilia hosts concert fundraiser

From Frogwater jams to Soundgarden swag, benefit strikes a chord on Bainbridge Island.