News
1968 results total, viewing 1 - 20
    A draft of the strategic plan to address longstanding issues at the Fort Worden Lifelong Learning Center — among them an array of options including private development … more
  The Race to Alaska kicked off bright and early Sunday, June 9, from the Port Townsend Marina, when more than 35 sailboats embarked on their mission to reach Ketchikan, Alaska. The … more
    With aspirations to field an emission-free ferry fleet by 2050, state ferry officials sent out invitations to bid on May 30, seeking shipbuilders from across the nation to … more
    Port Townsend Police Chief Thomas Olson may soon depart to become the chief of police for another Pacific Northwest town. According to a press release dated June 4 from … more
    Five Jefferson County non-profit organizations received $87,500 in grant funding from the Port Angeles-based First Fed Foundation, according to a foundation announcement dated … more
council search Officials with the city of Port Townsend have formally begun the search for a Position 2 council member to fill the vacancy left by Aislinn Palmer. Palmer announced her … more
  While the Healthier Together Task Force’s June 6 meeting took no official action in choosing a site for a new pool facility, a strong preference emerged during its discussions for … more
  Recreational spot shrimp fishing will reopen for one day only in the Port Townsend-Admiralty Inlet area, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). From 9 … more
    The Nest, a community coffee house on Lawrence Street in Port Townsend, was faced with a dilemma in its efforts to point local young people toward the resources that exist to … more
    Pride Month arrived in full force Saturday, June 8, with more than 2,000 people converging on Pope Marine Park, Port Townsend Pride’s home since 2018. In 2023, Pride … more
The Race to Alaska starts in Port Townsend and ends in Ketchikan, Alaska. The first stop is Victoria, B.C., with the second leg beginning June 12 at noon. According to the R2AK website, stage one is … more
    We watch the Olympic Mountains undress in the spring heat, our last year’s pride flags tattered from twelve months tossed in storms.   We, too, have … more
Washington State Ferries is holding two public meetings to share updates about crewing, hybrid-electric vessels and efforts to restore full service. The first meeting is scheduled for noon on … more
    Castle & Crown Cellars’ long and winding road toward opening a tasting room in downtown Port Townsend was complicated by the interruption of COVID, but co-founders … more
    A water main failure underneath Mountain View Campus caused major flooding damage from the evening of Tuesday, May 28, through the morning of Wednesday, May 29, shutting down … more
    California sea lions might be taking up residence along the city’s waterfront to the delight of onlookers, but it is to the dismay of officials at the Port of Port … more
  Port Townsend Pride, the June 8 celebration of the visibility, self-acceptance, and equality of the LGBTQ+ community, will have a fresh feel this year.  It is being hosted for … more
    With the onset of summer, road repair season has begun and crews with the City of Port Townsend have plans to tackle some of the town’s most pesky potholes. … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 99 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.