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Bayside Housing and Services continues to expand. The transitional housing program, located in the building adjacent to the Old Alcohol Plant Inn in Port Hadlock, has grown from 8 rooms to 20 rooms from its opening in 2016. more
While downtown employees and customers may struggle to find parking during the tourist season, businesses at Point Hudson see many of their customers arrive by boat, parking in a slip instead of on the asphalt. more
For those shopping for seafood ranging from smoked salmon to shellfish, the Key City Fish Company is a familiar stop, but according to owner Johnpaul Davies, it does just as brisk a trade as a wholesaler as it does in retail. more
The day’s weather was less than amenable for the paddlers, and at least one canoe family wound up being forced to make unscheduled stops at Protection Island and Cape George, but an estimated 10 canoes still managed to arrive on the shores of Fort Worden State Park July 17 during this year’s Canoe Journey. more
A third commemorative sign will be joining the two that now stand at the entrance to Memorial Athletic Field in Port Townsend. more
With the Jefferson County Commission’s approval of revisions that force a developer to start with public facilities, Pleasant Harbor Resort is ready to seek building permits. more
Salvage operators spent all day Wednesday July 24 attempting to free the 65-foot Silver Lining yacht from its position south of the Hood Canal Bridge in Bridgehaven, where it was grounded after … more
Two vessels from TowBoatUS out of Port Hadlock worked after dark July 23 to tow near shore and secure the 65-foot "Silver Lining" which struck ground or some other hard surface south of the Floating … more
Matt Pistay, who captained the R2AK-winning Team Angry Beaver has apparently added another win to his summer. Just after 2 a.m. Sunday morning July 21, the Seattle-based monohull “Team … more
Port Townsend is a small enough town that local residents and motorists noticed when there appeared to be more patrol cars on the streets than usual July 19, but Port Townsend Police Chief Michael … more
At around sunrise on Monday, July 8, a helicopter lifted off from a backroad on Hurricane Ridge, its pilot joined by three men loaded with dart guns, net guns and mesh bags. Their quarry: the wild mountain goats of Olympic National Park. more
In the midst of Port Townsend’s pride festival—rainbow flags waving, music blasting, free hugs being dealt out—two teens sat on a hay bale at Pope Marine Park painting each other’s faces. Matthew Haggar painted stripes on James Genaw’s cheek, in white, light blue and baby pink: the colors of the transgender pride flag. more
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