To the editor: I’d be curious to know what part of the Island brain trust sent out crews to re-paint the yellow lane lines a couple weeks ago to have them covered up by crews chip sealing the roads.
To the editor: Housing Resources Bainbridge’s homeownership development — Ferncliff Village — is expanding.
To the editor: If you want Bainbridge Island to look and feel like Mercer Island in 25 years, Ron Peltier is not your candidate for Bainbridge city council.
To the editor: Recently a painful rash startled me to rush to Urgent Care at Winslow Virginia Mason Clinic.
To the editor: The struggle to preserve the Madison Tot Lot continues.
To the editor: Good news for Bainbridge Islanders. This fall allows a rare opportunity to elect an authentic “Island Steward,” Ron Peltier, to the City Council.
To the editor: On July 31, while mowing a wide fire break around one of our structures, our mower struck a rock and started a grass fire. The wind drove the fire quickly across the tinder-dry hillside and we called 911.
To the editor: What does it mean to be Bainbridge Island?
To the editor: Thank you to Rep. Derek Kilmer for visiting island farms and to the Review for reporting some of the challenges facing beginning farmers and small farms.
To the editor: After failing to make our putts on the sixth green at Meadowmeer Golf Club, last Sunday, we glumly returned to our cart and were amazed at what we saw.
To the editor: On July 24 I fainted on the sidewalk as I got off the 5:20 a.m. boat. One person gave up a T-shirt to put under my face and I would very much like to return it.
To the city: Our Senior Center, which resides in the Waterfront Park Community Center, is a vital and vibrant resource for this community. Did you know it boasts the largest membership of any nonprofit organization on the island, with more than 1,100 members?
To the editor: Recently, the Supreme Court rejected yet another attack on the Affordable Care Act. The court’s decision is good news for everyone in Washington and across the country, upholding affordable health insurance for millions.
Let me tell you my personal experience of Finch Place life. In an article by Sean Roach (“Finch Place residents fear reprisals,” Nov. 5), many upsetting things were reported about Finch Place senior apartments. However, the article reflected the views of about one in five tenants. Here’s the rest of the story, as they say.