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Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding director tells of growth

Port Hadlock working waterfront district ‘feels lively’


Jefferson County hears comments on Brinnon master planned resort

Agreement revisions include golf course, community center in Phase 1


PHOTO: Building upwrapped in downtown Port Townsend

Construction building wrap was removed Monday revealing the intricate design work on the front of the Vintage Wine Bar and Plaza at 725 Water St.,… Continue reading


Differing opinions emerge on Port of Port Townsend levy resolution

Road ahead uncertain after citizen petition challenge is certified

PHOTO: ‘Bookworms’ on the job in library garden in Port Townsend

Carol Middelburg, left, and Chris Walvatne are two of eight volunteer gardeners who help plant and maintain the garden areas around the… Continue reading

Point Hudson jetty project gets forward momentum

Port commissioners agree to hire engineering firm

Child detention protest planned for Friday in Port Townsend

Event part of ‘Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Detention Camps’ movement

Members named to Jefferson County task force

Critical Areas Regulatory Reform Task Force to review ordinances

Brinnon Fire Department names Tim Manly as full time chief

Facility, equipment upgrades on list of priorities for career firefighter, paramedic

A big ‘thank you’: U.S. Coast Guard offers tours of cutter Osprey in Port Townsend

Move meant to show gratitude for help during government shutdown

Naval Magazine Indian Island gets new leader

Cmdr. Rocky Pulley has stepped down as commanding officer of Naval Magazine Indian Island and welcomed incoming commanding officer Cmdr.… Continue reading

Chetzemoka Trail to be dedicated Saturday in Port Townsend

The Chetzemoka Trail, an interpretative trail winding through Port Townsend to celebrate the life of Chief Chetzemoka, the important places in his… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend interim director to stay longer

Contract extended through June 2020

Worthington Mansion hoped to be ready by fall

The ambitious project to convert the 1892 Worthington Mansion from a single-family residence to an events center with overnight lodging is a step… Continue reading

Outgoing Port Townsend city manager looks back on career

David Timmons retiring after 20 years

Jefferson commissioners unanimously pass public nuisances ordinance

Measure addresses derelict vessels, abandoned vehicles and refuse in public rights of way

Quilcene man acquitted of sex charge

Timonthy J. Rondeau Jr. of Quilcene, one of 10 defendants in the 2018 Net Nanny operation, has been found not guilty by… Continue reading

Jefferson County approves creation of new trail segment

Path to Anderson Lake would hasten connection to Olympic Discovery Trail