Zach Jablonski

Port Townsend Police Chief Thomas Olson started work last week. Some of his goals include getting the department more involved with the community and increasing the diversity among officers. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Police chief starts position

Olson working on community connections

Port Townsend Police Chief Thomas Olson started work last week. Some of his goals include getting the department more involved with the community and increasing the diversity among officers. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
Pam Adams

Three new members to be elected to Port Townsend City Council

Sandoval, Adams, Speser decide not to run in November

Pam Adams

Peninsula nears 50 percent full vaccination

The North Olympic Peninsula is approaching 50 percent of its full population being vaccinated for COVID-19, with more than 50 percent of eligible residents already… Continue reading

The Port of Port Townsend will receive $1 million from the state Legislature to assist with the $15 million in costs needed for repairs of the jetties. The port also is getting $2.05 million for the Boat Haven stormwater system and $540,000 for the Gardiner boat launch. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Port of Port Townsend to receive $3.5 million from state

Funds for Point Hudson jetties, stormwater system and Gardiner boat ramp

The Port of Port Townsend will receive $1 million from the state Legislature to assist with the $15 million in costs needed for repairs of the jetties. The port also is getting $2.05 million for the Boat Haven stormwater system and $540,000 for the Gardiner boat launch. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Two more COVID deaths in Clallam County

Total of 12 on North Olympic Peninsula have died of virus

Two vehicles were destroyed in a collision on Oak Bay Road on Tuesday that sent two people to a hospital.(Photo courtesy of Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)

Two hurt in Oak Bay Road crash

Road blocked for about 45 minutes

Two vehicles were destroyed in a collision on Oak Bay Road on Tuesday that sent two people to a hospital.(Photo courtesy of Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)

Jefferson County appoints interim administrator

Central Services director takes over executive role

Jefferson County postpones animal control code hearing

Potential changes include requiring all dogs be on a leash

Nearly 100 COVID cases tied to gatherings

All but five cases since April 16 linked to three parties, official says

Philip Morley
Philip Morley

Jefferson County PUD approves water rate increases

Utility board still discussing potential electric rate hike

Large gatherings in Clallam County result in outbreaks

Clallam County adds 14 cases Thursday tied to social gatherings

State Rep. Steve Tharinger, D-Port Townsend.

State allocation fuels Port Hadlock Sewer Project

Dean: No public vote planned since Local Improvement District not needed

State Rep. Steve Tharinger, D-Port Townsend.

Woman injured in single-vehicle crash

An Oregon woman is in stable condition after she drove into a ditch and hit an embankment and some trees south of Brinnon,… Continue reading

Health officials note increase in skipped second-dose appointments

North Olympic Peninsula public health officials have noticed an increase in people not returning for their second COVID-19 vaccination dose and are urging residents to… Continue reading