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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.
Soccer was canceled at Captain Johnston Blakely Elementary School this week after students exhibited "inappropriate behavior," according to school officials.
Election Night jitters turned into hugs and hoorays as Bainbridge voters approved a $5.9 million bond measure to pay for the purchase of the 23-acre Sakai property for a future park during the Feb. 10 Special Election.
Election Night saw two big wins at the ballot box for the Bainbridge Island Fire Department, but the department was quick to point out that it's the community that will benefit from expanded services and new fire halls.
A unique calendar project produced by The Island School students has raised more than $10,000 to support crucial projects on Bainbridge’s sister island.
Walt and Milly Woodward’s efforts to document life in America’s concentration camps will reach a new audience next week. It’s a dark part of history that local historians and fact checkers never want us to forget.
If the roads near a proposed Lynwood Center development get as crowded as a community meeting this week on the project, islanders aren’t going to be happy.
Green Mountain Technologies to help handle tons of food waste from this year’s festivities.
Imagine trying to find space to store years and years of Bainbridge Island history. For the Bainbridge Island Historical Society, making room for 13,000 museum artifacts and materials has always been a challenge. In particular, the museum’s annex building crowded fast with its many books and two-dimensional paper collections.
Islanders now have a timeline of events for community input opportunities for the Sakai property.
Jay Abbott, head coach of Bainbridge’s middle school mountain bike team, is in a coma after crashing during a team training ride on Sunday. The spinal cord injury he suffered during the accident has been termed “complete,” and he is not expected to survive, according to an online statement released by his family late Wednesday.
The Bainbridge Island School District is continuing its search for a permanent hire for the principal's job at Bainbridge High School.