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The Jefferson County Home Builders Association’s annual Home Show is returning to Blue Heron Middle School on Saturday, March 7, stocking the campus with 45 booths staffed by professionals in building, design and landscaping from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., ready to answer area residents’ questions. more
The Port Townsend School Board voted unanimously at their regular meeting Feb. 20 to offer the role of superintendent for the 2020-21 school year to Sandy Gessner-Crabtree. more
The Port Townsend High School Students for Sustainability have restarted a program begun by their predecessors in 2013, to help save both money and natural resources. more
Ron Colosmo and Sister Susan Pillion were bundled up against the 37-degree weather outside New Life Church on Hastings Avenue a few Sundays ago, in search of a soul to save. more
Port Townsend Police Chief Mike Evans announced last week he will retire from law enforcement after 20 years of service. Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro said in an email that the department … more
A three-car collision outside Sequim on U.S. Highway 101 killed one and injured six others on Saturday afternoon and closed the highway with no detours for several hours. Juan Porcel, 38, was … more
City of Wenatchee Director of Economic Development Steve King has been chosen as the next City of Port Townsend Public Works director, City Manager John Mauro announced last week. more
An apparent hack of Wave cable took over TV screens in Jefferson County last week, first warning of a “radiological hazard” and then referencing internet memes and an online video game … more
Jefferson County Pride, a non-profit organization that supports the county’s LGBTQ citizens, will open the doors to its new Rainbow Center March 2. The Rainbow Center, which will be open … more
Members of the public are invited to comment on the future of the long-closed section of Adams Street after months of the back and forth at Port Townsend City Council.  The city is asking … more
One month into her fourth year as county commissioner, Kate Dean, who represents District 1, feels like she just got started. more
An update to the city’s Parks, Recreation and Opening Space (PROS) plan has been in development since mid-2019 and is nearing completion and approval. The plan evaluates, reviews, prioritizes … more
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