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Long-time island resident and career firefighter YongSuk Cho successfully beat out opponent David H. Lynch for Position 2 on the board for the Bainbridge Island Fire Department.
Eileen A. McSherry, manager of Human Resources for Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue, is beating opponent William "Bill" Ruddick in the Position 4 race for Bainbridge Island Fire Department.
A semi-trailer truck hit a Hyundai Elantra at Highway 305 and Winslow Way near the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art on Monday, Nov. 4, but no one was hurt in the slow-moving collision.
Commissioner Position 2 race for Bainbridge Island fire board features two very different candidates
The race for Bainbridge Island Fire Department Commissioner Position 2 features two candidates who could not be more different in terms of their life experiences and personal perspectives.
The candidates who aspire to hold the Position 4 seat on the Bainbridge Island Fire Department agree that the department is in a state of change.
The usual Spartan football story was turned on its head when the Bainbridge High varsity team crushed Franklin High with a final score of 59-14 at their final game at home Friday, Nov. 1.
Documentaries are very trendy right now. Entire sections of Netflix and Hulu are dedicated solely to the availability of documentary films, and so-called “reality” based television shows that claim to offer real looks inside unique subcultures are dominating air time
Bainbridge High School drama students will present their rendition of the classic comedy “Lady Windermere’s Fan” by the legendary Oscar Wilde, opening at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1 at the high school.
Just in time for Halloween, the sixth annual Poultry Pageant Chicken Costume Contest saw chickens in costumes ranging from Jedi knights and world leaders to dinosaurs and deceased celebrities on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Town Square.
Zombies, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, superheroes and skeletons descended on downtown Winslow Thursday as Bainbridge Island celebrated Halloween.
Bainbridge Island music lovers will get the chance to experience the international appeal of music first-hand when the universal music group Trio YO performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1 at Grace Church. It’s the first stop on their latest U.S. tour.
Long-time island resident Melinda Callaham is offering Bainbridge residents with medical needs a variety of home healthcare options through her new nursing service Kitsap Home Health.
This year, despite a smaller-than-normal team made up primarily of novice players, the BHS debate team morale is good and the players have their sights set on higher level competition.
A person was temporarily trapped in the elevator at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Wednesday.
Fifteen students from the city of Chengdu, China, are visiting America for the first time by living with host families on Bainbridge Island as part of an educational exchange program.
The historic tugboat “Chickamauga,” which sank in its mooring early Wednesday, Oct. 2, at the Eagle Harbor Marina, has been raised to the surface and the pollutants it spilled have been properly cleaned. The salvage company Global Diving & Salvage, under contract to the Coast Guard, did manage to raise the vessel to the surface and stabilize the boat.
Luciano Marano presents his favorite shots from the 17th annual Bainbridge Island Volunteer Firefighters Association Pancake Breakfast.
Approximately 1,700 people turned out for the 17th annual Bainbridge Island Volunteer Firefighters Association Pancake Breakfast Saturday, Oct. 12, according to a department estimate.
Season improves for BHS, even as it draws to a close.
A sophomore at Bainbridge High, the teenage filmmaker’s own first movie, “Listen,” is being featured in the upcoming International Student Film Festival in Hollywood on Oct. 26. The movie is already gathering praise and its success has only solidified Bennett’s already intense passion for cinema.