Best Bets April 6-8 | The Bainbridge Blab

Welcome to springtime in earnest, Bainbridge. That is to say, don’t forget your umbrella. It’s going to be soggy. However, if you don’t mind a… Continue reading

Community marks 76 years since forced removal of Japanese Americans with ceremony, memorial groundbreaking | Photo gallery

The 76th anniversary of the forced removal of Japanese-American citizens from Bainbridge Island was commemorated with a special ceremony and groundbreaking event at the Bainbridge… Continue reading

I’d buy that for a dollar | Photo of the day 4.5

Book lovers and bargain shoppers crowd around the tables at Thursday’s book sale at the Bainbridge Public Library. Bainbridge Island Friends of the Library hold… Continue reading

WMS honors outstanding students

Woodward Middle School has announced its Students of the Month winners. Max Bispham, Avery Gray, Oskar Bannister and Angelina Kollodge are the super students for… Continue reading

  • Apr 5, 2018

‘Art in Action’ in full swing at BIMA | Photo of the day 4.4

Young creatives craft “Scrap Box Car” vehicles and cork passengers during “Art in Action” at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Wednesday, April 4. Anyone… Continue reading

Forum series continues with discussion on voting

Kitsap Aware will present the program “Who Gets to Vote? Redistricting and the Voting Rights Act” at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 8 at the Suquamish… Continue reading

Look what I found | Photo of the day 4.3

Kids in the All-Day Explorer Camp gather in the picnic shelter at Fay Bainbridge Park to show Ashley Miller (center) of the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan… Continue reading

A good place for some poetry | Photo of the day 4.2

LT Yoson and Kathleen Thorne talk about where to hang selected student entries for this year’s Poetry Corners while standing in the dining area at… Continue reading

Renovation project gets a look from Bainbridge parks commissioners

Bainbridge park officials will meet this week to talk about renovations to the lobby at the Bainbridge Aquatic Center. The board of commissioners for the… Continue reading

  • Apr 2, 2018

City of Bainbridge Island hit with lawsuit over new development rules

The first lawsuit has been filed against the city of Bainbridge Island for its update of city regulations that cover development of properties that contain… Continue reading

Three little squirts | Photo of the day 4.1

The cat-and-mouse fountain at Pleasant Beach Village on April Fool’s Day. (Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review)… Continue reading

Recalling lessons, breaking ground | Photo of the day 3.30

Acting Deputy Regional Director Tom Leatherman of the National Park Service addresses the crowd at the 76th anniversary commemoration ceremony of the forced relocation of… Continue reading

Not his usual hip hop | Photo of the day 3.31

A. Bunny patters out a beat before the start of egg-hunt action Saturday at the annual mEGGa Hunt at Battle Point Park. (Brian Kelly |… Continue reading

Broshears joins First Federal as mortgage loan officer

Desiree Broshears has joined the mortgage lending team at First Federal. Broshears has nine years of banking experience, according to First Federal, including mortgage and… Continue reading

Bainbridge Island’s new city dock opens to public

The new city dock and boat launch is now open and ready for public use. City officials reopened the dock Friday, March 23. The new… Continue reading

  • Mar 30, 2018

Council postpones pick of police station site

Mayor Medina orders police to remove audience member who applauds divergent opinion.

Weekend weather report: Good day, sunshine | The Bainbridge Blab

The sun will be easier to find than Easter eggs on Bainbridge Island Saturday, according to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service in… Continue reading

Former councilman hopes to rejoin Bainbridge council

A familiar face is looking to rejoin the Bainbridge Island City Council. Wayne Roth has submitted an application to serve in the seat left empty… Continue reading

All hands on deck | Photo of the day 3.29

Construction workers raise the first wall on the second floor of the first home to be built in Winslow Grove Thursday. Winslow Grove, a new… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | Just another chip in the wall

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Island Police Department blotter. SATURDAY, MARCH 17 1:43 a.m. A 48-year-old Bainbridge Island woman was arrested for driving while… Continue reading