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Bainbridge’s Walk MS needs fundraising help to make it to finish line

Bainbridge Island still has a long ways to go when it comes to raising money for the ninth annual Walk MS event set for April 11.

Move afoot to oust PSE: Bainbridge grassroots group wants to start public utility

Imagine paying much less for your power bill. Better yet, think about cleaner energy being the reason for a lowered electric bill.

Artistic scientists explore in after-school program

Instead of plopping down in front of the television before diving into homework, some kids are joining after-school enrichment programs, extending learning experiences instead of tube time after school.

Bainbridge couple seeks funding to assist Cyclone Pam victims

Sitting thousands of miles away, one Bainbridge Island couple watched the weather radar helplessly as Cyclone Pam crept closer to a land they love.

Wilkes students explore being engineers for the day

When Morgan Soltes grows up, she wants to be an entomologist. But on Tuesday, she had the chance to be an engineer along with the rest of her third-grade class.

UPDATE | Boys & Girls Club prepping for move to new location

Parents excited about shift to Coppertop Park.

Site plans approved for new resort

Despite concerns over placement of handicapped parking, and spots for other motorists, plans for Pleasant Beach Resort were approved last week by the city’s Design Review Board.

Another Bainbridge student confirmed sick with whooping cough

Parents of Bainbridge Island students have been notified of yet another confirmed case of pertussis.

Bainbridge Boys & Girls Club prepping for move to new location

The Boys & Girls Club of Bainbridge Island is moving on to bigger and better things. As in, more than 4,000 square feet of better things.

Award-winning children’s author visits Bainbridge

If there is anyone who knows how hard it is to be a writer, that person is award-winning children’s author Kate DiCamillo. Before the author became famous for her beloved book, “Because of Winn-Dixie,” the idea was rejected 473 times.

Hoping for a happy ending: WMS library seeks funding to update collection

Some of the shelves of Woodward Middle School library are looking pretty bare these days. Where once hardcover and perfect bound books sat on the shelves, dust now collects. That’s due to a major “weeding out” of some 1,500 books that no longer hold relevance for today’s students.

Bainbridge’s Design Review Board gets look at proposed rowing club facility

The oars are in the water now for the possibility of paddling forth in constructing a new Waterfront Park Rowing Center.

PAMPERED POOCHES: Small Dog Resort gets plenty of pawsitive reviews

Wherever Heather Moravec goes, there’s usually a dozen paws pattering right behind her. As owner of Bainbridge Island Small Dog Resort, she’s used to the chaos that comes with taking on energetic fur babies, whether for a day visit or several weeks. Open daily, Moravec often has a little dog in her shadow no matter where she’s at or what she’s doing.

Money coach helps couples start off on the right foot financially

Bainbridge financial expert offers advice for planning ahead.

Late Bloomer: Bainbridge woman discovers renewed strength in art of flower pressing

She recalls her mood being as gray as the Washington skies on a cold winter’s day. For some reason, Norimi Kusanagi couldn’t shake her feelings of depression as menopause slunk its way into her life a few years ago. It gripped her, often making her feel sick and not like herself.

Renowned photographer set to display images at BIMA: Raymond Gendreau shares the world through his lens

A poker game started it all. Looking back, it’s hard to imagine that a little gambling is what made local Raymond Gendreau the photographer he is today.

Spartronics team generates excitement with new robot

Bainbridge High teens show off latest creation.

Bainbridge Senior Center’s fabulous fashion show rekindles romance

If there’s one thing romantics can’t get enough of, it’s authentic love stories. Just one day before Valentine’s Day, tender stories of romance were shared during a fashion show at the Bainbridge Island Senior Center appropriately titled “Love is in the Air.”

UPDATE | Island schools see outbreak of whooping cough

If you are sick, stay home. That’s the advice and plea of the Kitsap County Health District and Bainbridge Island School District in hopes of keeping the current pertussis (whooping cough) outbreak from spreading.

Bainbridge seniors share love stories at fashion show | SLIDESHOW

Locals modeled clothing at the annual senior center fashion show themed "Love is in the Air." An emcee shared the couples' love stories with the crowd detailing how each pair met.