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COVID-19 shutdown now includes The Bloedel Reserve

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Third case of COVID-19 found on Bainbridge

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It’s here: Bainbridge reacts to COVID-19 outbreak

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Gov. Inslee encourages seniors to self isolate, announces additional restrictions on public life

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Deputy chief of police for the Norfolk Police Department picked to lead Bainbridge police

Joe Clark will be Bainbridge Island’s next police chief. Clark, who currently serves as deputy chief of police for the Norfolk Police Department, was picked… Continue reading

Call to the Wild Gala postponed until October

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High school sports in limbo through April 24

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PSE won’t cut off power or assess late fees during COVID-19 crisis

Puget Sound Energy has announced that it will not be disconnecting power to customers who have not paid their bills during the ongoing 2019 novel… Continue reading

40 have died in Washington from COVID-19

Three more people in Washington state have died from the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Washington State Department of Health reported Saturday. The total number… Continue reading

Bainbridge bakery closes due to workers in self quarantine

Pane d’Amore Artisan Bakery announced Saturday it was closing its three stores amid concerns over the spread of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Washington state.… Continue reading

Kitsap Regional Library will close library branches on Tuesday

Kitsap Regional Library will close Tuesday, March 18 in response to coronavirus pandemic, officials with the library system have announced. Local library branches — including… Continue reading

Bainbridge park district cancels mEGGa Hunt

Bainbridge’s biggest annual Easter egg hunt has been canceled. The free event — which typically attracts a massive crowd of kids and families every April… Continue reading

City of Bainbridge Island announces three-day closure of city hall, police station

City of Bainbridge Island officials announced late Friday that city hall and the police station will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16… Continue reading

Bainbridge senior center shuts down amid COVID-19 outbreak

The Bainbridge Senior Community Center has shut down, prompted by the continuing spread of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Washington state. The center posted a… Continue reading

Bainbridge park district shuts down, but parks to remain open

The Bainbridge parks district is shutting down through the end of the month due to a shortage of employees, officials announced Friday. The Bainbridge Island… Continue reading

Bainbridge to close city hall to public next week

Bainbridge Island City Hall will be closed to the public from Monday, March 16 through Wednesday, March 18. This is a developing story; additional details… Continue reading

37 have died in Washington from COVID-19

A total of 37 people in Washington state have died from 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the Washington State Department of Health. In a… Continue reading

Student absenteeism was climbing in Bainbridge schools before shutdown

Absentee rates have climbed in Bainbridge schools over the past week as concern grows over the outbreak of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Washington state.… Continue reading

Sunday’s church services to be on YouTube for Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

Eagle Harbor Congregational Church is turning to YouTube as the spread of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues in Washington state. “We are responding to the… Continue reading

St. Cecilia Parish starts live streaming

St. Cecilia Parish on Bainbridge Island will start live streaming Daily Mass on Facebook starting Monday, March 16, the church has announced. Daily Mass with… Continue reading