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The local branch of the U.S. Coast Guard will be opening up its 87-foot cutter Osprey for tours this 4th of July. more
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Ferino’s Pizza in Port Hadlock was almost empty on the afternoon of Thursday, June 27, except for a large group crowded around two tables at the far end of the restaurant, chatting and occasionally breaking into song. more
A 24-year-old man was charged with attempted murder after he allegedly shot his mother, as she was attempting to drive away on Discovery Road and Eddy Street at around 2 a.m. on June 28. more
Those planning to enjoy fireworks over the Fourth of July holiday should keep state and local laws in mind, to ensure they stay safe and avoid getting fined or worse. more
Jefferson County food banks are hoping to break records by gathering more than 10,000 pounds of fresh, organically grown local produce this year. more
The Chetzemoka Trail, an interpretive trail highlighting 18 historically significant sites throughout Port Townsend, will open with a ceremony at Memorial Athletic Field at 1 p.m. on June 29. more
Young patrons of the Jefferson County Library got a chance to develop the skills NASA engineers used to reach the Moon, with two rounds of “Yes, It’s Rocket Science” classes conducted by the … more
There was no missing 911 call. That was what JeffCom Director Karl Hatton was able to determine after he saw Port Ludlow resident Judy Oberto’s phone records for April 25. more
Although no contract has been signed, the Port Townsend City Council voted unanimously July 19 to select John Mauro as their preferred candidate to replace David Timmons as city manager. more
The Jefferson Teen Center, a non-profit after-school program on the Chimacum High School campus, marked the end of the school year by unveiling a patchwork student mural June 13. more
The four-unit apartment building on Cherry Street, called the Carmel building, has been sitting on blocks behind the Grace Lutheran Church since 2017. On June 24, it was finally lowered onto its foundation. more
Quilcene Fire Rescue hopes the community will welcome aboard a new fire chief at the Department’s annual community barbecue near the end of the month. more
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