Brian McLean

Protesters push back on aerial spraying in Jefferson County

Activists say chemicals get into watershed; Pope Resources disagrees

Police: Arrest yields drugs, stolen vehicle in Port Townsend

Man was subject of arrest warrant in first-degree burglary case

Task force wants to commit funds to OlyCAP project in Port Townsend

Affordable housing plan would include subsidized rent

Jefferson County health department eyes ban on vaping in public places

Prohibition would align with state law on smoking

Rape victim’s mother addresses offender

Hoh tribal officer to be sentenced in October

New owner takes over treatment facility in Jefferson County

Newport Academy aims to incorporate therapy, adventure

‘Beautiful cars’ to line up for 30th Kiwanis show

Classic vehicles to be on display at Memorial Field

Port of Port Townsend approves seasonal boatyard rate, utility fee

Six-month offseason charged at half price for second year

PHOTO: Exoplanet exhibit stars in Jefferson library exhibit

Owen Griffith, 9, of Marrowstone Island uses one of the multimedia displays at the Jefferson County Library on Wednesday for the exhibit… Continue reading

Some Jefferson County positions still open for candidate filings

Interested parties have until 4:30 p.m. Wednesday

Podcast hosts to bring ‘Too Beautiful to Live’ to Thing festival

Former Port Townsend resident spoke of city characters on show

Trial set for Port Townsend man charged with shooting at his mother

Man charged with first-degree DV assault with deadly weapon

Port Townsend man charged with sex crime against boy

Prosecutors: Male relative allegedly assaulted boy on trip to Canada

East Jefferson Fire-Rescue board to expand from 3 to 5

Voters to decide in November on commissioner districts

Chain of collisions involves three cars on state Highway 20/Sims Way

A three-car collision occurred just after noon Tuesday on eastbound state Highway 20/Sims Way. One car stopped and was rear-ended, and the… Continue reading

Public raises concern over aerial spraying

Port Townsend City Council to write letter to agencies, examine cost of water test