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A Kitsap County jury ruled in favor of a Port Hadlock family whose daughter has permanent brain injury after suffocating during labor and delivery at Jefferson Healthcare Medical Center in 2014. more
The Tri-Area Community Meals volunteers were all smiles and hustle on Christmas as they served dinner to scores of people in the spirit of giving they hope to carry into the new year. more
The workers at Don’s Pharmacy and Soda Fountain aren’t afraid to share the secret to their tasty milkshakes, voted best in Port Townsend. more
Here are The Leader news staff’s picks for the top 10 new stories of 2019, in chronological order: more
A 41-year-old Port Townsend man reported missing by his wife the evening of Dec. 28 was found dead on Dec. 29 on the 300-foot beachside cliffs off Elmira Road after a citizen spotted the body from above and guided search teams to it. more
The Conservation District’s annual native plant sale is back on, after fund shortages caused a hiatus last year. more
How is it that each Christmas for almost 30 years, Leader readers have been treated to a set of new holiday recipes from students in the Quilcene schools? Two words: Veda Wilson. more
Construction has begun on Dove House’s Recovery Café, at 939 Kearney Street in Port Townsend. more
The 47-year-old man had high blood pressure, impaired speech and seemed at risk for a stroke when he arrived at the free medical clinic operated by Jefferson County Medical Advocacy and Service Headquarters (JC MASH). But he refused hospitalization, fearing the cost and debt that followed his last treatment. more
When 8-year-old Grayce Schwindler asked her mom if she could have a lemonade stand three summers ago, the answer was no. more
In a burst of holiday spirit, Carl’s Building Supply has helped pay off school lunch debt for each school district in East Jefferson County and for some schools on the west side of the county as well. more
If affordable housing, crumbling streets and the needs of Port Townsend’s aging population are topmost on city residents’ minds, they do not yet dominate the city’s spending plan for next year. more
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