Tyler Shuey

The Morales farmhouse after it was remodeled by Friends of the Farm in 2012. Review file photo

Council hears about farm’s affordable housing project

3 affordable housing structures would be built at city-owned Morales property



Quarantine O’Ween an option to supplement trick-or-treating

Virtual variety show being put on by nonprofit Vitalize Kitsap


The Historic Lynwood Theatre will be reopening at 25 percent capacity Friday after being closed for over seven months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review

Get your popcorn ready! Bainbridge movie theaters reopen Friday at limited capacity

Both Bainbridge Cinemas and Historic Lynwood Theatre have been closed for over seven months


Kol Medina

Medina to resign from council to lead nonprofit in Walla, Walla

Medina will continue serving on the council through November 10

Kol Medina
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Council approves COVID-19 testing site proposal

Testing site is expected to start Nov. 2 at City Hall in BI

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The photo used for the Agate Passage poem written by Barbara Hoonan. Courtesy of Bob Rosenbladt

Virtual theme continues in 2020 for art exhibits

This year’s Ars Poetica Exhibit will be viewed online through October

The photo used for the Agate Passage poem written by Barbara Hoonan. Courtesy of Bob Rosenbladt
Robert Gelder

Gelder, Henden face off for County Commission District 1 seat

Two candidates are vying to represent District 1 on the Kitsap County Board of Commissioners: incumbent Robert Gelder (D) is facing newcomer Scott Henden (R)… Continue reading

Robert Gelder
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Climate Action Plan presented to Bainbridge council

A long-anticipated plan was presented to the Bainbridge Island City Council Tuesday by the Climate Change Advisory Committee. “This is really the culmination of three-years… Continue reading

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Community embraces Eagle Harbor Book Co. for 50 years

Independent bookstore is home to a large variety of local authors and insightful readers


BI budget plan: COVID means $2 million less; 3 staff cuts

Behavior Health Navigator would replace 1 police officer

BHS band director utilizing software to enhance virtual learning

Chris Thomas has been the BHS band director since 2012-13.

Ovation Performing Arts to introduce Teen Tap program

Program will be taught by local dance and choreographer expert Scott Breitbarth

BI arts leader to pursue more virtual services

She comes here after losing job due to virus in Tennessee

Trust’s new Rockaway Bluff provides ‘cathedral forest, spirituality’

Marks 5th acquisition for nonprofit’s Stand for the Land campaign in BI

Council discusses “digital general store” to help island businesses

Intent is for businesses to use eCommerce to sustain in altered COVID-19 economy

Virtual Police Town Hall set for Sept. 30

Chief Joe Clark plans to address use of force policy and engage in dialogue with public

Visit Kitsap Peninsula using website to promote local restaurants

Kitsap Bites lists a vast majority of local area restaurants in an easy-to-navigate fashion.

Sounders goalie building ‘dream home’ in Blakely Harbor

Stefan Frei uses art as therapy from the stresses of being a goalkeeper

Bainbridge private schools offer in-person instruction

Smaller school sizes make it more attainable to control potential virus spread