After being named a finalist in Martha Stewart Living's American Made Awards competition, Mora Iced Creamery is on its way to national recognition.
A fire that heavily damaged a home on Olympic Terrace Monday evening has been ruled accidental.
A funeral service and reception will be held for Mike Anderson from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 19 at Our Lady of the Star Sea Church in Bremerton.
According to the International City/County Management Association, the city of Bainbridge Island cares. Bainbridge was given the Voice of the People Award in community engagement and natural environment this week.
Two Bainbridge Island natives have been added to Washington's "most wanted" list. Ericka Nitz, 24, and Kristopher Thurston Nickerson, 31, were identified by Bainbridge police this week as suspects involved in a recent car prowl where credit cards were stolen.
The century-old Fort Ward bakery building is now the latest addition to the city's historic register.
The Bainbridge Island Police Department will host a prescription drug "take back" day later this month.
Common Sense Bainbridge has closed up shop, and property rights advocate Gary Tripp announced Monday that a new nonprofit group will take over the fight against the city of Bainbridge Island's controversial Shoreline Master Program.
The main character of Taylor Guterson’s new film “Burkholder” has a bold and optimistic view of life — very much like the actor who plays him — and he doesn’t mind telling you what he thinks. At all.
In the shadow of last month’s clear-cutting of a forest near High School Road, the Bainbridge Island City Council accepted several recommended changes last week to the city’s landscaping and tree regulations.
Gertie Johnson Road will be closed this week for work on a drainage improvement project, the city of Bainbridge Island has announced.
Emails reveal discord behind council meeting that prompted records request.
Bainbridge Island parks commissioners will meet next week to talk about giving their endorsement to the proposal to put the site of Yama, the village where Japanese immigrants who worked at the Port Blakely Mill lived from the 1880s to the 1920s, on the National Park Service Historic Register.
The man accused of being Bainbridge Island's serial burglar has been charged in Kitsap County District Court with the felony theft of rental property.
Congressman hears from local veterans’ organizations during roundtable discussion.
The Bainbridge Island Review's frog has been stolen from its spot at Colman Dock in Seattle.
Tattooing as an art form has a long and interesting history throughout countless cultures and numerous regions around the world. Maybe not on Bainbridge Island, but lots of other places. Honest.
Kitsap birding: Young ospreys in Poulsbo study hard for winter fishing.
Jason Michael Lucas, 34, traveled from Roanoke, Virginia with two Bainbridge police escorts and was booked into Kitsap County Jail at 1:27 a.m. Thursday.
Legislation reflects the name chosen by the local community – Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial.