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Four days before 63-year-old Paul Gomes suffered a heart attack on the streets of Port Townsend and died, he had been sitting at the Haller Fountain, enjoying some sunshine and people-watching with his partner, Erika Malloy. more
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Marrowstone Island residents and commuters should plan around the Jefferson County Public Utility District’s planned power outage of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 15. more
A 62-year-old Port Townsend man was arrested for selling heroin and methamphetamines near a bus stop in Port Townsend on May 8. more
As always, the first Saturday in May marked the official start of boating season, and while the Seattle Yacht Club’s opening day parade has become one of the largest in the nation, the Port Townsend Yacht Club made sure its maritime community got its chance to shine May 4. more
The Jefferson County Historical Society celebrated the 140 years since its founding by acknowledging not only the history that predated its origins, but also the history during which the group itself was taking an intermission. more
The memorial on Sims way commemorating the service of Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Marvin Shields has been defaced. At an unknown point in the past few months, a person or persons removed the bronze placard adorning a large stone, said Andy Okinczyc, American Legion Marvin G. Shields Memorial Post 26 past commander. more
Dove House Advocacy Services has entered into an agreement to purchase the property at 939 Kearney Street in Port Townsend for its Recovery Café, which program manager Brian Richardson said they hope to open by August 1. more
Olympic Community Action Programs is preparing to build up to 44 units of affordable housing and an early childhood education center at the corner of Hendricks and 7th Street in Port Townsend. more
Letter carriers are bracing themselves for extra-heavy loads May 11, when they’ll pick up food donations as well as the mail. more
After director Michael Peterson screened his documentary “Dammed to Extinction” in the Wheeler Theater at Fort Worden State Park May 4, he told the packed-house crowd it was the first time his film had been seen by the public. more
Shortly after the start of May, the U.S. Navy was hit with a lawsuit claiming it’s been insufficiently responsive in the face of Freedom of Information Act requests regarding its EA-18G “Growler” jets’ training exercises over Olympic National Park. more
The Washington Supreme Court will hear three cases in Jefferson County on May 13 and 14. more
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