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City Planning Director Lance Bailey goes over the finer points of “tourist home” short-term rentals with the Port Townsend City Council April 3. Photo by Kirk Boxleitner more
The public has a chance to weigh in on proposed revisions to short-term rental regulations at 6:30 p.m., Monday, May 1, when the Port Townsend City Council is set to conduct a hearing on the … more
Discovery Bay’s scenic and relatively secluded waters recently hosted an incongruous guest when Boyer Towing’s tugboat and shipping barge spent a week waiting for the seas to calm. Boyer … more
The opening day of the Port Townsend Farmers Market on Saturday, April 1 drew about 2,700 people who roamed through stands of kale, purple sprouting broccoli and farm-fresh eggs; played with chickens … more
Leader Staff, news@ptleader.com A Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputy sustained injuries Sunday, April 2, while assisting at the scene of a minor motor vehicle accident just outside Port … more
Women can now avoid a trip to Seattle for gynecological care thanks to Jefferson Healthcare’s new women’s health clinic, which opened for service April 3. Lisa Holt, chief ancillary officer … more
The Fort Worden Public Development Authority (FWPDA) is moving ahead with plans for the proposed Makers Square, an area of Fort Worden State Park that would be dedicated to arts, cultural and … more
A very successful 21st annual Kiwanis Golf Tournament was held last week, with proceeds benefiting Camp Beausite Northwest. Organizing Kiwanians expressed their happiness and thanks to all of the … more
Jefferson County residents may love their dogs, but they care a lot less about making sure they’re properly licensed. While Paul Becker, president of the Humane Society of Jefferson County, … more
The Mansard roof has been returned to the Hamilton-Worthington mansion (1891-1892) in Quilcene, and thanks to fundraising, so have the stabilizing corbels. Photo by Patrick Sullivan more
Chris Tucker, ctucker@ptleader.com Although a hospital must ask patients the most intimate questions about their bodies and health, there’s one question that won’t be asked: their immigration … more
The Kiwanis Club of Port Townsend recently awarded the Thomas J. Majhan Teen Leaders Award to 12 teens for their service in 2016. Keith Harper, county Superior Court judge, and a longtime … more
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