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Highway 20 east of Discovery Bay was reopened to traffic shortly after 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 1 following a vehicle collision that shut down the highway earlier. The crash happened near … more
A small group of Port Townsend’s homeless population are currently in limbo after they were ordered to leave the Jefferson County Fairground campgrounds last week to make way for incoming … more
Chimacum, Port Townsend and Quilcene schools are surveying parents and students about their concerns, needs and hopes for the 2020-2021 school year. But what school will look in the fall remains … more
The goal of a newly formed ad hoc committee of the Port Townsend City Council will be to study and review policing practices at the Port Townsend Police Department and recommend areas for … more
Affordable housing, budgeting, and septic permitting were among the many hot topics discussed at the second county commissioner candidates forum June 23. The three candidates running for the … more
Highway 20 was closed to traffic just before 11 a.m. Wednesday after a vehicle collision shut down the highway east of Discovery Bay. The crash happened near Eaglemount Road. According to the … more
As a national protest movement around police reform and racial justice continues, local law enforcement agencies are reviewing their “use of force” protocols in conjunction with calls for … more
Port commissioners gave the green light last week to a $13.39 million proposal to rebuild the jetties at Point Hudson. The Port Townsend Port Commission unanimously approved a preservation plan at … more
An extensive search-and-rescue effort was launched last Thursday after a 10-year-old Quilcene boy had gone missing for 45 minutes while he had been playing outside. The boy was reported missing by … more
A countywide land-clearing burn ban will start July 1 and run through Sept. 30, officials with East Jefferson Fire Rescue have announced. The burn ban will be in effect for all land-clearing burns … more
Port Townsend will continue to waive late fees and penalties on utility bills and for businesses that are late in paying their business and occupational taxes. In March, the council agreed to not … more
Washington State Ferries is hosting an online public meeting Tuesday to share the latest information about ferry service. The virtual meeting is for people in ferry-served communities throughout … more
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