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Bainbridge fire commissioners continue study of new facilities

  • Today at 11:42AM

Bainbridge fire commissioners got a detailed room-by-room look of what their new fire stations may look like now that the city of Bainbridge Island has backed out of building a combined police-fire facility.

UPDATE | Court of Appeals rejects city’s request for review on city’s loss in public record lawsuit

  • Today at 11:30AM

A Washington state Court of Appeals has rejected the city of Bainbridge Island’s request to step in and review a judge’s decision that said the city violated the state Public Records Act when it refused to turn over council member emails and other public records that were sought by two Bainbridge residents.

Bainbridge storms Gig Harbor 9-5 in boys water polo

  • Today at 11:26AM

Gig Harbor held the Spartans to a stalemate for the first quarter and then some of last week’s home match, but it was not to last.

BIMA to host Dia de los Muertos fiesta

  • Today at 11:19AM

The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art will host the first community-wide celebration of Dia de los Muertos honoring and welcoming the returning spirits of deceased loved ones, both human and pets, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1.

Spend ‘An Evening With Thomas Jefferson’

  • Today at 11:13AM

The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum has invited Thomas Jefferson to Bainbridge for a special one-night-only appearance (it’s a long trip here from 1826) at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19 in the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art auditorium.

BIXC runs past rivals in Metro League

  • Today at 11:07AM

The Bainbridge High cross country team consistently cracked the top 10 at the recent Metro League Championship at Lower Woodland Park.

Community Broadcasting celebrates 100th podcast

  • Today at 11:03AM

In just its first six months of broadcasting on Bainbridge, Bainbridge Community Broadcasting has reached 100 podcasts.

Bradley is the right choice for judge | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

  • Today at 11:01AM

To the editor: I have represented the people of Bainbridge Island as your public defender since 1992, and thus feel well qualified to recommend the next District Court Judge of Kitsap County.

Our picks for November | IN OUR OPINION

  • Today at 10:59AM

The Bainbridge Island Review encourages voters to elect the following candidates on Nov. 4.

The Governors Who Cried Quarantine | TINA DUPUY

  • Today at 10:57AM

In 2005, Hurricane Ivan was a Category 5 storm headed for New Orleans. "Mayor Ray Nagin declared a state of emergency and strongly recommended that residents evacuate immediately," reported CNN.com at the time. Roughly half—600,000—residents left; the majority stayed. The storm passed. New Orleans was unscathed.

Night Prayer returns to St. Barnabas

  • Today at 10:55AM

The Men’s Compline Choir of Bainbridge Island will sing the Office of Compline at 8 p.m. on the first Sunday of the month at Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church.

Register now for course on Jewish thought

  • Today at 10:55AM

Congregation Kol Shalom presents the class “Gateways into Jewish Thought” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Sundays, beginning Nov. 2.

Farmers market returns to Town Square Saturday

  • Today at 10:53AM

The Bainbridge Island Farmers Market is still enjoying summer’s bounty with a great variety of fresh, locally grown veggies, fruit, meats, eggs and cheese.

Support group meets this Saturday

  • Today at 10:52AM

Overeaters Anonymous meets on Bainbridge at 9:15 a.m. Saturdays at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church.

Last days to see ‘Desert Rhythms’

  • Today at 10:49AM

Visitors to The Island Gallery will have their last chance to see “Desert Rhythms,” art by Lisa Wederquist, at the Bainbridge gallery this weekend.

Final weekend for 'Off the Wall' exhibition at BAC

  • Today at 10:45AM

The show “Off the Wall: Contemporary Sculpture” concludes its run at Bainbridge Arts & Crafts this weekend.

Candidate vows to work for reform in Olympia | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

  • Today at 10:28AM

To the editor: In response to two scurrilous ad hominem attack letters published by Editor Kelly authored by “MJ” Milton and Ali Sunderland-Perry, I say politics should not be about petty personal attacks but about the substantive issues which will affect our lives as a result of this election.

Today's cartoon for Friday, Oct. 31

  • Today at 10:23AM

Today's cartoon is by Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News.

The Kitsap Imbibe | Kitsap Week

  • Oct 30, 2014 at 12:51PM

Brews, news, and more: Downpour Brewing opens in Kingston.

Spartans sail through Seahawks in postseason premiere

  • Oct 30, 2014 at 10:44PM

Football team steamrolls Sealth, 47-20.

Bradley is choice for Poulsbo's chief | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

  • Today at 7:00AM

To the editor: Claire Bradley is clearly the best choice for District Court Judge.

Three Spartan runners to compete at state

  • Oct 30, 2014 at 9:54PM

The Bainbridge Spartans cross country team will be sending three runners to the state championships.

Twenty years on The EDGE | Kitsap Week

  • Oct 30, 2014 at 5:00PM

Bainbridge Island's The EDGE will celebrate two decades of improv this November.

Dragonfly Cinema makes promotional spoof of cult film | Kitsap Week

  • Oct 30, 2014 at 2:00PM

Port Orchard cinema makes homage to "The Shining" to promote its run at the theater.

Smith House may be delisted

  • Oct 30, 2014 at 1:00PM

The Bainbridge Island Historical Preservation Commission will meet next week to consider removing the Smith House from the city’s register of historic places.

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