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Police investigate case of goose shot by arrow

Bainbridge Island police are investigating a case of animal cruelty after a goose near Fay Bainbridge Park was found with an arrow still stuck in… Continue reading

 

Congressman Kilmer hosts more town halls in 6th District

U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer will host a series of town halls throughout the 6th District over the next two weeks, including a telephone town hall… Continue reading

 

New Blakely school not ready: Bainbridge district announces delay in start of school year for some students

The new Blakely Elementary School will not open in time for the first day of school as hoped, officials with the Bainbridge Island School District… Continue reading

 

Census workers come knocking in Kitsap County

If you soon receive a knock at your front door from someone who says they are a representative of the U.S. government: a) Don’t panic,… Continue reading

Construction on BHS campus creates parking crunch for students

Construction on the campus and Bainbridge High School this fall will mean fewer parking spots for student drivers. Students have been notified that there won’t… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: Waiting for the sun | The Bainbridge Blab

A calamitous cluster of clouds. That’s what stands in the way of another perfect summer weekend on Bainbridge Island. Bainbridge will see spotty sunshine through… Continue reading

‘Faithless’ electors win a critical round in federal court

The ability of presidential electors to back the candidate of their choice rather than the one who wins the state’s popular vote could soon be… Continue reading

Inslee’s bid for third term derails plans for other Democrats

SEATTLE — Gov. Jay Inslee set a course Thursday for a third term as the state’s chief executive and left a trail of disappointed Democrats… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | Stolen mail

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter. TUESDAY, JULY 30 11:19 a.m. A 16-year-old Bainbridge girl, driving a 2009 Subaru Outback, drove slightly… Continue reading

UPDATE | Inslee announces re-election bid

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced Thursday he will seek another term as governor. Inslee, who is now serving in his second term as governor, made… Continue reading

Gov. Inslee ends campaign for president

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has ended his campaign for president. Inslee made the announcement Wednesday night. In an email to supporters, Inslee said he would… Continue reading

Labor Day picnic returns to Bainbridge’s Moritani Preserve

The Bainbridge Parks Foundation will host the second annual Moritani Preserve Community Picnic in early September. Friends and neighbors are invited to celebrate Labor Day… Continue reading

  • Aug 21, 2019

Bainbridge says ‘Enough’ at vigil against gun violence | Photo gallery

Islanders concerned about continued mass shootings gathered in Town Square Aug. 12 for the Bainbridge Island Vigil Against Gun Violence. The event was presented by… Continue reading

Dispute drags on over costs for first mile of STO trail

The city of Bainbridge Island is still locked in a payment dispute with the construction company that built the “first mile” of the Sound to… Continue reading

Medina leads in campaign contributions in District 2 matchup

Kol Medina raised more, but spent less, than his opponent in the North Ward race for the Bainbridge Island city council. Medina, the District 2… Continue reading

Station 22 flag raising marks end of BIFD building spree

The American flag was raised for the first time this week above the rebuilt Bainbridge Island Fire Department’s Station 22, thus marking it as operational… Continue reading

Bainbridge council to oppose ‘$30 car tab’ initiative

Bainbridge city officials are warning that the potential passage of Initiative 976 — the “Bring Back Our $30 Car Tabs” initiative — by voters this… Continue reading

Bainbridge may put cameras on school bus ‘Stop Paddles’ to catch bad drivers

Go around and it will come around. Bainbridge city and school district officials may install cameras on school buses to bust motorists who drive past… Continue reading

Bainbridge Rotary hosts Attorney General as guest speaker

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson will speak at the Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island dinner meeting on Monday, Sept. 9 at Wing Point Country… Continue reading

  • Aug 17, 2019

Corinne Wolffe is new KiDiMu Development Director

Corinne Wolffe has joined the ranks of the Kids Discovery Museum staff as the nonprofit’s new development director. “Corinne is a seasoned and creative fundraising… Continue reading