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Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration to be held at BHS Commons

Bainbridge Island’s 2018 Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration will be held in the Bainbridge High School Commons from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8. The… Continue reading

Roundabout near Woodward Middle School is topic of meeting

Bainbridge Island officials will host a public meeting later this month to talk about the roundabout that is planned for the Sportsman Club Road-New Brooklyn… Continue reading

  • Oct 8, 2018

Input needed from Bainbridge residents on city budget

The city of Bainbridge Island is looking for citizen input on its proposed budget for 2019-2020. The budget is the financial plan for the upcoming… Continue reading

  • Oct 8, 2018

Multiple-car crashes Sunday make a mess of Highway 305

Two multiple-car crashes that happened within minutes of each other on Highway 305 left traffic jammed on Bainbridge Island Sunday afternoon. The collisions — one… Continue reading

Bainbridge woman hurt in crash with Sequim school bus

A 26-year-old Bainbridge Island woman was injured when her 2001 Subaru Legacy was hit by a school bus carrying the Sequim High football team Friday… Continue reading

Bainbridge Island School District looking at $15 million levy measure on February ballot

The Bainbridge Island School District may go back to voters to ask for $15 million property tax increase so the district will have enough money… Continue reading

Harvest Supper tickets on sale now

Tickets are on sale for the Farm to Table Harvest Supper for the Arts, an evening to celebrate and support this mainstay of the island’s… Continue reading

  • Oct 5, 2018

Here come the Spartans! | Photo of the day 9.21

Kyle Smit, the center for the Bainbridge High varsity football team, hoists the Spartan shield high over his head as he leads the squad onto… Continue reading

Online voter registration deadline is Monday

There are just a few days to register to vote in Washington state either online or by mail for the Nov. 6 general election. The… Continue reading

Bainbridge council OKs Smith for city manager’s job

Morgan Smith will take over as Bainbridge Island’s new city manager. Smith, who is currently the city’s deputy city manager, was given the council’s OK… Continue reading

Weekend weather report: A break in the clouds | The Bainbridge Blab

Bainbridge Island will see a bit of sunshine this weekend, according to the latest weather forecast from the National Weather Service in Seattle. Friday’s rainy… Continue reading

Can you dig it? | Photo of the day 9.20

A crew from SeaLevel Bulkhead Builders works on the Winslow Way Ravine Outfall Project next to Winslow Way Thursday. The project consists of replacing approximately… Continue reading

Open Streets Festival celebrates biking culture, alters island traffic

Major traffic revisions will be in place in the Winslow area Saturday, Oct. 6 during the Open Streets Festival, the local iteration of a free… Continue reading

Kitsap candidates meet in Hansville for pie and questions

Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson and incumbent state Rep. Sherry Appleton went head to head on Tuesday, Oct. 2 during the Greater Hansville Community Center’s annual… Continue reading

In full swing | Photo of the day 9.17

Bainbridge High’s Catherine Rolfes tees off Monday during the home match against Ingraham. (Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review)… Continue reading

McTakeover time for Carden kids | Photo of the day 9.19

Evelyn Safford, Talia Matriotti, Ruth Ard and Genevieve Kramer waves signs for their fundraising “McTakeover” of the McDonald’s restaurant on High School Road in a… Continue reading

That sinking feeling | Photo of the day 9.18

The Bainbridge Spartans face their toughest test of the season in varsity boys water polo against the talented team from Curtis High. Curtis prevailed 15-4… Continue reading

Let the sunshine in | Photo of the day 9.16

A few rays of sunshine break through the trees in a south Bainbridge Island forest on an otherwise cloudy day Sunday. (Brian Kelly | Bainbridge… Continue reading

Stop Kavanaugh Vigil on Bainbridge | Photo gallery

Bainbridge Island activists have launched a Stop Kavanaugh Vigil this week at Waypoint Park. Demonstrators gathered at the island’s gateway park at noon Wednesday to… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | Dancing, drinking, screaming

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter. SATURDAY, SEPT. 15 1:06 p.m. A loud argument between a 30-year-old Bainbridge man and a 46-year-old… Continue reading