Bainbridge Island

The Puyallup completes its Wednesday morning run from Seattle to Eagle Harbor on Bainbridge Island. Mark Krulish/Bainbridge Island Review

Pandemic causes ferry ridership to sink 41%

With more folks working from home and domestic and international travel dropping off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ferry traffic has dropped 59 percent to… Continue reading

 

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Morrow addresses concerns as BISD in-person learning inches closer

Superintendent: Study shows hybrid-learning model not much riskier than all remote

 

A sinuous garland made from natural materials such as wood, metal and felt by community organizations on Bainbridge Island will be on display at the METHOD Gallery in Seattle from Jan. 8 through Feb. 20. Courtesy Photo

Community-based art collaboration to be presented in Seattle Jan. 8

Project includes support from Island Volunteer Caregivers and Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

A sinuous garland made from natural materials such as wood, metal and felt by community organizations on Bainbridge Island will be on display at the METHOD Gallery in Seattle from Jan. 8 through Feb. 20. Courtesy Photo
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Pegasus Coffee Co. to retake ownership of Pegasus Coffee Shop Jan. 1

New owner Matt Grady acquired Pegasus Coffee Co. in 2019

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Bainbridge Apothecary & Tea Shop. Review file photo

Local business owner warns others about potential fraud

Bainbridge Apothecary & Tea Shop’s Facebook page was recently hacked by unverified Philippine company

Bainbridge Apothecary & Tea Shop. Review file photo
Members of Bainbridge’s 1948 state championship basketball team reminisce about their memorable season as they were inducted to the Kitsap Sports Hall of Fame in January. From left to right: Bob Olsen, Bob Woodman, Sam Clarke, Ray Lowrie and Jim Nadeau. (Mark Krulish/Review file photo)

Only BHS state roundball title 72 years ago

In the high school sports world, December means the beginning of the hoops season. But in 2020, the familiar sights and sounds — a roaring… Continue reading

Members of Bainbridge’s 1948 state championship basketball team reminisce about their memorable season as they were inducted to the Kitsap Sports Hall of Fame in January. From left to right: Bob Olsen, Bob Woodman, Sam Clarke, Ray Lowrie and Jim Nadeau. (Mark Krulish/Review file photo)
An example of a pop-up walk/bike lane that was presented to the Bainbridge City Council. Courtesy Photo

Pop-up walk/bike lanes proposed for students to commute to school

With fewer students riding buses due to COVID, traffic a concern

An example of a pop-up walk/bike lane that was presented to the Bainbridge City Council. Courtesy Photo
Charlotte Bourgeois gets set to throw the shot put. Courtesy photo

BHS athletes happier being able to workout

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, prep athletes have not been able to compete so far this school year. There was no Metro League season, no district… Continue reading

Charlotte Bourgeois gets set to throw the shot put. Courtesy photo
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Gruesome Playground Injuries, by Rajiv Joseph - Island Theatre at the Library (Online) June 2020. Featuring Joseph Lacko and Rachel Noll James, directed by Steve Stolee.
Gruesome Playground Injuries, by Rajiv Joseph - Island Theatre at the Library (Online) June 2020. Featuring Joseph Lacko and Rachel Noll James, directed by Steve Stolee.
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Council approves $65,000 in funding for Friends of the Farms

Request based on claim that FOF can’t afford to provide same services without financial compensation

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Grandma's Tree Farm of Brooklyn Road near the BARN is only open on weekends. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review

Bainbridge offers a few places to get fresh Christmas trees

Bainbridge Island Farms, Grandma’s Christmas Tree Farm, and Boy Scouts among providers

Grandma's Tree Farm of Brooklyn Road near the BARN is only open on weekends. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review
Brenda Fantroy-Johnson

North Ward council vacancy down to two candidates

Fantroy-Johnson, Lindley finalists for BI council spot

Brenda Fantroy-Johnson
Greg Bonciolini working on the Kelly stained glass window. Courtesy Photo
Greg Bonciolini working on the Kelly stained glass window. Courtesy Photo
The artwork that goes along with WEAVE’s upcoming Confronting Racism through Roots music workshops. Courtesy of Dee Vadnais

WEAVE to hold virtual workshops on racism

Workshops will be first WEAVE event since February

The artwork that goes along with WEAVE’s upcoming Confronting Racism through Roots music workshops. Courtesy of Dee Vadnais
The sidewalks are lit up at night with decorations.

Pleasant Beach Village to offer holiday events through December

Gingerbread House Parties, Wintergarden, Holiday Loop among events

The sidewalks are lit up at night with decorations.
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