Brian Gawley

A good time was had by all at Port Angeles Thanksgiving feast

PORT ANGELES - Everyone had a good reason for attending Serenity House's 24th annual community Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, which fed about 100 people. But… Continue reading

Irked state lawmakers to meet with Transportation officials over ferry dilemma

PORT TOWNSEND - State legislators and Department of Transportation officials plan to meet Monday afternoon in Seattle to discuss the future of the state's fleet… Continue reading

Port Angeles one of two finalists for ‘Bubble’ sports building

PORT ANGELES - Supporters of bringing an air-supported building to the city for indoor soccer and tennis were told last week that Port Angeles is… Continue reading

Port Townsend passenger ferry service delayed until at least Monday

PORT TOWNSEND - Passenger ferry service between here and Keystone - which was expected to begin today - won't start until at least Monday, a… Continue reading

Coast Guard rescues two men off LaPush

LAPUSH - Two men were rescued Tuesday night from a life raft 24 miles off the coast of LaPush after their 42-foot fishing boat sank.… Continue reading

Two Port Angeles council members serve last meeting

PORT ANGELES - Two of the three new City Council members elected in the Nov. 6 general election - Dan Di Guilio and Don Perry… Continue reading

Storms take toll on North Olympic Peninsula campgrounds

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK - The Heart O' The Hills campground will be closed for about a month while work continues to clear "quite a bit"… Continue reading

Cross-Strait power line now slated to light up in August 2009

PORT ANGELES - A Canadian high-voltage power line to be sunk in the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Victoria and here now isn't scheduled… Continue reading

Water main leak due to old age, not Gateway — but dries up businesses anyway

PORT ANGELES - A water main leak discovered Monday afternoon at the northwest corner of Front and Lincoln streets appears to be due to the… Continue reading

Injured hunter rescued from Little River Road Trail

PORT ANGELES - A 49-year-old man was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle on Saturday after he spent a night alone about one mile… Continue reading

Clallam PUD restoring power to last areas

PORT ANGELES - The less than 100 Clallam County Public Utility District customers who remained without power Thursday after a Monday storm were expected to… Continue reading

No redundant fiber optic route until early to mid-2008

When a tree severed a main fiber optic line in the Port Ludlow area on Monday and left many people without Internet service, some asked,… Continue reading

2,000 still without power after storm

About 2,000 electricity customers in Clallam County remained in the dark on Tuesday, while Jefferson County customers were back on the grid after Monday's windstorm.… Continue reading

DOT prepares for winter weather

PORT ANGELES - A bigger budget and improved communication with power companies has the state Department of Transportation better prepared for winter, said a department… Continue reading

PA Council endorses field house idea

PORT ANGELES - An application for a donated inflatable field house for tennis and soccer was unanimously - but conditionally - endorsed by the City… Continue reading

Newcomers shine in Port Angeles City Council races

PORT ANGELES - Two new faces on the City Council seem assured, while a third is likely. Tuesday's ballot count showed that, in the Position… Continue reading

Teen arrested in string of espresso stand tip jar thefts

PORT ANGELES - A 17-year-old boy was arrested Saturday morning in connection with the theft of tip jars from four drive-through espresso stands in Port… Continue reading

Gateway project to close part of Lincoln Street

PORT ANGELES - The portion of Lincoln Street between Front Street and Harbor Towne Mall will close to vehicle and pedestrian traffic Nov. 8-10 and… Continue reading

Demolition done, new bridge over Tumwater Creek begins

PORT ANGELES - Out with the old, and bring in the new - a full two months before New Year's Day. Concrete was poured Thursday… Continue reading

Parks board passes ‘bubble’ building proposal to City Council

PORT ANGELES - A plan to acquire an inflatable building big enough to cover a football field received a nod from a city parks advisory… Continue reading