Proposal includes cottages, main lodge.
The city of Bainbridge Island will have to pay more than $100,000 to the attorney who successfully challenged the city in court over its refusal to hand over emails from city councilmen David Ward and Steve Bonkowski and former councilwoman Debbi Lester.
Bainbridge Island’s newest announced eatery, The Plate & Pint, is expected to open its doors in the spring.
A Bainbridge Island group of PEPS — Program for Early Parent Support — will get started in February.
Bainbridge fire board calls off meeting The board of commissioners of the Bainbridge Island Fire Department has cancelled the regular meeting scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 27 due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
Puget Sound Energy reported just after 4 p.m. Saturday that power has been restored to most of the homes on North Bainbridge that lost electricity.
Nearly a thousand homes on North Bainbridge are without power after an outage just after 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22.
Bainbridge parks officials have decided to ask voters to approve a $6.2 million bond measure to pay for the purchase of the 23-acre Sakai property on Madison Avenue.
The Bainbridge Island City Council has called off its meeting for Tuesday, Dec. 16 because of the upcoming holiday.
Washington State Ferries is warning passengers on the Bainbridge Island-Seattle route to expect heavier-than-usual foot traffic on Sunday, Nov. 23, as the Seattle Seahawks take on the Arizona Cardinals at CenturyLink Field.
Sen. Christine Rolfes, a Bainbridge Island Democrat and 23rd District lawmaker, was re-elected floor leader for the Washington State Senate Democratic Caucus Wednesday.
Seabold United Methodist Church has officially adopted a revised welcome statement inviting all people, regardless of race, gender, ethnic background — and sexual orientation.
The Bainbridge Island City Council has approved the 2015-2016 budget, which plans for $42.5 million in expenditures for 2015.
Spacecraft, the Bainbridge-based nonprofit performance group created “to curate arts events for original artists and adventurous audiences” will host noted children’s entertainer Caspar Babypants at their 10598 Northeast Valley Road venue at 10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 23.
The Kitsap Community Foundation is welcoming five new additions to the foundation’s board of directors.
Woodward Middle School has named its Students of the Month winners for October 2014.
A 31-year-old transient man was charged with a felony in Kitsap County District Court for stealing the car of the mayor of Bainbridge Island from his Point Monroe driveway last March.
The Bainbridge Island Review was named one of the best newspapers for its size in the United States and Canada in the 2014 Newspaper of the Year competition by the Local Media Association.
Final design, talk of funding options to follow.
The southernmost end of Hildebrand Lane was closed to traffic just before 1 p.m. Wednesday as work crews complete asphalt patching repairs.