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City and Parks Combine to Launch the Much Talked about Lost Valley Trail

City and Parks Combine to Launch the Much Talked about Lost Valley Trail

Some twenty-plus years in the planning stages, the revered and much talked about Lost Valley Trail is inching its way towards reality. The Bainbridge Island City Council recently okayed the Lost Valley Trail project, which is a partnership between the …

Haggar Scribner Project Could Transform Parts of Downtown Winslow with new Commercial and Housing Options. But Will it Move Forward? ill

Haggar Scribner Project Could Transform Parts of Downtown Winslow with new Commercial and Housing Options. But Will it Move Forward? ill

Dr. Tom Haggar, a highly respected, and now retired, Bainbridge physician and the Scribner family are joining forces with other well-known Bainbridge families and investors to develop what has come to be called the Haggar Scribner Project – a

City News Bytes: Non-profits get boost, Moratorium on Inns, Drainage Projects Move forward, Island-wide Speed Limit?

City News Bytes: Non-profits get boost, Moratorium on Inns, Drainage Projects Move forward, Island-wide Speed Limit?

Bainbridge Non-Profit Orgs. get a Boost from City Hall
Some 13 island non-profit organizations will receive funding over the next two years from Bainbridge taxpayers. The City typically awards funding to local non-profit organizations through a competitive proposal process on …

Bainbridge Island Appoints Inaugural POET LAUREATE  

Bainbridge Island Appoints Inaugural POET LAUREATE  

Arts & Humanities Bainbridge and the City of Bainbridge Island are pleased to announce the appointment of Michele Bombardier as Bainbridge Island’s inaugural Poet Laureate.

After nomination by Arts & Humanities Bainbridge, Michele’s appointment was unanimously confirmed for a two-year …

Affordable Housing on Bainbridge? City to Weigh in on Bethany Project

Affordable Housing on Bainbridge? City to Weigh in on Bethany Project

Solving the affordable housing challenge on Bainbridge Island – and many other similarly affluent communities in Washington State and around the country – is a major hurdle in a world of escalating real estate prices, higher building costs and diminishing …

BAINBRIDGE CREATIVE DISTRICT PLAYS KEY ROLE IN DEVELOPING NEW STAGE AT THE RAVINE Arts advocacy at heart of organization

BAINBRIDGE CREATIVE DISTRICT PLAYS KEY ROLE IN DEVELOPING NEW STAGE AT THE RAVINE Arts advocacy at heart of organization

Residents and visitors alike have a new music venue in the heart of Bainbridge Island’s historic main street on Winslow Way. The Stage at The Ravine is now open and hosting live acts, thanks in part to advocacy and capital …

Grow, Roundabouts Part of City Council’s First ‘Live’ Meeting Tuesday

Grow, Roundabouts Part of City Council’s First ‘Live’ Meeting Tuesday

The public is invited to weigh in on two long-standing issues on Tuesday March 22 during the Bainbridge Island City Council‘s first in-person meeting in quite some time.

The two public hearings include the Grow Community’s proposal to alter

City Moving Forward with Former Clinic Site for Future Police-Court Facility

City Moving Forward with Former Clinic Site for Future Police-Court Facility

After years of wrangling, the Bainbridge Island City Council finally gave its nod of approval recently on a motion authorizing City Manager Blair King to proceed with advertisement bids for the former Harrison Hospital Medical Clinic site – at  8804 …

PSE’s So Called ‘Missing Link’ Transmission Line Project May Soon Be in the Offing

Even if you’ve only had just a rudimentary taste of anthropology, you probably have heard the phrase, “the missing link”.

During the height Charles Darwin’s popularity and his then controversial take on evolution, this non-scientific term arose in discussions about …

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