Bainbridge Island

Best of Bainbridge Island 2020 nominations on now

Nomination phase Aug. 10-23; voting phase starts Aug. 31

 

BISD Board adopts reopening plan

The Bainbridge Island School District Board of Directors affirmed at their regular meeting on July 30 its commitment to starting the school year remotely. As… Continue reading

 

Arms Around Bainbridge swim relay forges ahead Saturday

Additional and enhanced COVID-19 protocols in place to prevent potential virus spread

 

BI Summer Studio Tour going “virtual” due to COVID-19

Each artist has selected a piece for the online sale exclusive to the Studio Tour

BARN making PPE, teaching online artisan classes

Volunteers in various BARN studios are producing PPE parts for those in need

Q&A with local sound composer and musician Alan Jones

Jones recently composed a piece using sounds from the Japanese American Exclusion Memorial

B.I. council to help small businesses hurt by COVID

Small businesses have been hit hard by closures due to COVID-19. On Bainbridge Island, many businesses have closed (at least seven downtown stores as of… Continue reading

Seabold United Methodist Church pastor condemns recent Pride flag incidents

Church plans to file charges against male suspect for most recent incident

Former Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce President dies from cancer

Rex Oliver was 71-years-old and served as chamber president since 2012

Bainbridge Island City Council pushes ADU ordinance discussion to Aug. 11

The Bainbridge Island City Council will continue discussion surrounding an ordinance that would modify standards and regulations for accessory dwelling units (ADUs) at its Aug.… Continue reading

BIPD Chief Joe Clark reviews use of force protocols, council discusses defunding the police

Police use of force is a hot topic in the U.S. right now in the wake of the death of George Floyd, which touched off… Continue reading

Ideal island trail systems for warmer summer weather

As August nears, when summertime heat in the Pacific Northwest continues to ramp up, many lovers of the outdoors have been combatting the boredom of… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | Reluctant pedestrians and flag absconders

Selected items from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter Wednesday, July 15 7:08 p.m. Police responded to an assault in which the reporting party told… Continue reading

Car Cruise set to tour Bainbridge Island

This month’s event will take place July 28 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

The Bainbridge football team, shown here celebrating their 2019 Agate Cup win over North Kitsap, will have to wait until March of 2021 to get a chance to defend the cup. (Review file photo)

WIAA to move most fall sports to March 2021

Friday night lights won’t be returning in 2020 for high school sports fans in Kitsap. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association made it official Tuesday that… Continue reading

The Bainbridge football team, shown here celebrating their 2019 Agate Cup win over North Kitsap, will have to wait until March of 2021 to get a chance to defend the cup. (Review file photo)

Bainbridge blotter | Identification: lost and false

Selected items from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter. Friday, July 10 11:42 p.m. Three 18-year-olds were contacted by police in the parking lot of… Continue reading

Farmers Market, local farms forge ahead during summer

Bainbridge Island Farmers Market occurs every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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