Peter Segall

Port Townsend transportation tax dollars to be put to work

Benefits district to raise $400,000 to $600,000 in first year

Mark Nichols.

Proposed changes to public defender caseloads could hurt rural counties

Annual limits starting in 2025 may create staffing issues

Jefferson enacts 1-year moratorium on STRs

County wants to consider possible regulations for rentals

The Hawaiian Chieftain, a 103-foot sailing ship, was returned to the water Tuesday after it spent several years being restored at the Port of Port Townsend Boat Haven. The ship, purchased from the Grays Harbor Historical Society by Aubrey and Matt Wilson, will now return to Hawaii, where it will be available for tours and  (Peter Segall/Peninsula News)

Hawaiian Chieftain back in the water

The Hawaiian Chieftain, a 103-foot sailing ship, was returned to the water Tuesday after it spent several years being restored at the Port of Port… Continue reading

The Hawaiian Chieftain, a 103-foot sailing ship, was returned to the water Tuesday after it spent several years being restored at the Port of Port Townsend Boat Haven. The ship, purchased from the Grays Harbor Historical Society by Aubrey and Matt Wilson, will now return to Hawaii, where it will be available for tours and  (Peter Segall/Peninsula News)
State Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz speaks with Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro in Sather Park in Port Townsend on Tuesday about the city’s park management. The state Department of Natural Resources recently awarded Port Townsend more than $350,000 to bolster urban forestry. (Peter Segall/Peninsula News)

Port Townsend awarded grants for urban forestry

DNR allocates $8 million statewide for parks

State Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz speaks with Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro in Sather Park in Port Townsend on Tuesday about the city’s park management. The state Department of Natural Resources recently awarded Port Townsend more than $350,000 to bolster urban forestry. (Peter Segall/Peninsula News)

Company eyes Port Angeles for carbon capture pilot project

Experimental removal technology could be placed at Port of Port Angeles

Funds for Caswell Brown village well spent, Jefferson officials say

Commissioner: ‘Transformational and not enough at the same time’

Ballots mailed for Quilcene special election

Ballots for the April 23 special election for a school levy in Quilcene have been mailed. Quilcene was the only community in Clallam… Continue reading

Tara McCauley.

Jefferson historical society names new director

McCauley brings 25 years of museum experience

Tara McCauley.

DOT plans traffic circles between PA and Sequim

Four roundabouts on Highway 101 in pre-design phase

Extension given for Port Townsend pool lawsuit

City, YMCA now have until May 6

Jefferson County to update fire danger management

Officials look at models for changing, communicating restrictions

2024's snow water equivalent was the third lowest on record since 2000 according to data from U.S. Department of Agriculture's SNOTEL snow monitoring system. The data shows snow water equivalent levels from the Waterhole site near Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. (Courtesy image/ U.S. Department of Agriculture)

Ridge ski season to end on Sunday

Low snow levels part of growing trend

2024's snow water equivalent was the third lowest on record since 2000 according to data from U.S. Department of Agriculture's SNOTEL snow monitoring system. The data shows snow water equivalent levels from the Waterhole site near Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. (Courtesy image/ U.S. Department of Agriculture)
A pileated woodpecker in Quimper West in the Quimper Wildlife Corridor. (Wendy Feltham)

More than 100 acres added to Quimper Wildlife Corridor

Land moved from state into permanent conservation through Land Trust

A pileated woodpecker in Quimper West in the Quimper Wildlife Corridor. (Wendy Feltham)

Funding needed for Port Townsend homeless shelter

Operation at Legion Hall to close April 30

YMCA to build childcare facility

$1-2M still needed for $6.7M project

Jefferson Healthcare gets $2 million for senior care

Grant will help expand services in Port Townsend

Police: Amended pursuit law a step in right direction

Law enforcement lobbying for additional funding

Letter seeking $350K for ‘distress'

Lawsuit threatened over incident at Port Townsend pool

State Rep. Steve Tharinger, Sen. Kevin Van De Wege and Rep. Mike Chapman.

More funds coming to Peninsula

Lawmakers: Investments being made in district

State Rep. Steve Tharinger, Sen. Kevin Van De Wege and Rep. Mike Chapman.