Brian McLean

Port Townsend rejects settlement on nuisance property

Council members concerned about enforcing code

Dog dies after exposure to toxin at Anderson Lake

Animal was in water ‘for no more than 30 seconds’

Port Townsend City Council race picks up candidate

Incumbent highlights third day of filing week

Pregnant woman, baby OK after collision

A pregnant woman involved in a collision was taken by ambulance to Jefferson Healthcare hospital, but both she and the unborn baby were… Continue reading

Jefferson County volunteers honored with Heart of Service awards

14th annual program recognizes eight individuals

Justice to students: ‘We need you involved in this country’s future’

State Supreme Court’s Gonzalez visits Chimacum High School

Gift that leaves a legacy: Ryans bequeath $170,000 to two Jefferson County nonprofits

Couple met as volunteers at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center

Rhododendron Festival events fill coming week

Kick-off coming Wednesday in Port Townsend

Nearly 60 elected offices on Jefferson ballot

Candidate filing period begins Monday

Accessible playground in Jefferson County gaining traction

Volunteer group seeking donations, grants

Pursuit reaching 130 mph ends when vehicle crashes at Port Hadlock curve

California man in serious condition, suspected of DUI

OPNET arrests Port Townsend man

Authorities: Investigation finds heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine

Port Townsend High School band members qualify for state competition

Three Port Townsend High School musicians participated in a state competition last month. Tusker Behrenfeld, Maya Dow and Kincaid Gould attended the… Continue reading

Jefferson County to get $1.4M for Tri-Area sewer project

Funds a ‘major step forward’ in Port Hadlock treatment plant

140 years of Jefferson County history comes to life

Jefferson County Historical Society honors its past

Deadline extended to apply for affordable housing and homelessness task force

County, city joint committee looking for volunteers

Bee funeral in Port Townsend to protest herbicide spray

Company spokesman confident drift did not occur

Port Townsend to open boating season with Saturday parade

U.S. Navy cutter, band to highlight event