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Despite a cramped lot and a tricky slope, local designers will leverage new building methods to construct the dream retreat for a pair of artistic sisters at Beckett Point. Ever since Katharine … more
Port Townsend City Councilmember Ariel Speser announced that she would not be seeking re-election for a second term. "It's bittersweet to be making this decision," Speser said. "Serving as a Port … more
Three new COVID-19 infections have been found in Jefferson County — all in Port Townsend — public health officials announced Friday. The three new confirmed cases of the coronavirus … more
Earth Day returns this year on Thursday, April 22 — and The Leader is putting together its annual list of events and activities for marking the special day. Clubs, organizations and other … more
Dropping everything and tossing a few worldly items into a car and shunning the material world to become a nomad of American roadways is a dream that has had its fair share of film and literary … more
The Port Townsend City Council unanimously gave initial approval Monday to code changes that will strengthen its internal guardrails to keep the Fort Worden Public Development Authority on the right … more
Discovery Bay has been closed to shellfish harvesting after elevated levels of the marine biotoxin that causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) were found in shellfish samples that were recently … more
The Peninsula College Foundation has extended its application deadline for dozens of scholarships. The new deadline is May 9 for non-nursing program scholarships.  Scholarships are … more
The Jefferson County Master Gardener Foundation will hold its annual plant sale online this year. The sale runs from Monday, April 26 through Wednesday, May 5 at All … more
A Port Townsend man in his 30s has tested positive for COVID-19, according to Jefferson County Public Health. The new confirmed case of the coronavirus pushed the total number of COVID-19 … more
Washington state will be eligible for federal disaster assistance for the severe winter storm that hit the state at the end of 2020, the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced … more
Things will begin to start looking a bit more normal around Port Townsend’s City Hall starting Monday, April 12 as the public will be permitted to return to the building.  City Manager … more
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