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Oak Table offers high-end, down-home food

Silverdale's family restaurant specializes in gourmet comfort food.  Yesterday 11:25 a.m.(2)

Fewer insurers offering exchange plans in Kitsap

Kitsap residents shopping for 2017 coverage through Healthplanfinder will have four insurers to choose from. Yesterday 8:43 a.m.

Port Orchard chamber holding gala in Bremerton

The Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual gala Saturday in Bremerton for lack of a venue in South Kitsap.  Oct. 25, 2016(3)

Bremerton man plans big move into tiny house

Carpenter hopes to start business building little homes on wheels. Oct. 25, 2016(8)

Travelocity names Kitsap a top 10 destination for beer tourism

Kitsap County ranks among of the best destinations in the country for a “beercation,” according to one major travel website. Oct. 25, 2016

Census acknowledges data gap that led to faulty fast ferry numbers

The U.S. Census Bureau has acknowledged a data gap in one of its online applications that led Kitsap Transit to publish untrue statements about local commuter trends. Oct. 25, 2016

Minimum wage initiative would affect thousands of Kitsap workers

A minimum wage initiative on the Nov. 8 ballot could boost pay for thousands of low-wage Kitsap County workers, according to analysis by a state economist. Oct. 24, 2016

Developer shares plans for Rolling Bay project

A Bainbridge developer plans to seek approval this fall for a project that will bring new homes, shops and a restaurant to the island’s Rolling Bay center. Oct. 20, 2016

Print Editions

KPBJ - October Edition

West Sound gardeners are raising money for an invention they believe will revolutionize the way preservation is done, Silver City Brewing now has statewide distribution and dozens of different brews as it turns 20 and a new pho restaurant opens in Poulsbo. This and more in the October edition of KPBJ. Oct. 10, 2016


Minding Your Business


Online privacy may be boosted by new FCC data rules

NEW YORK (AP) - New privacy rules may make it easier to escape at least some online tracking. | Updated: Yesterday 3:05 p.m.

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