June 26, 2015
A famous writer once said that music expresses things that can’t be put into words, but also can’t remain silent.


May 28, 2015
The Fire District 16 Board of Commissioners has voted to put a multi-year lid-lift levy on the August ballot to increase the so-called “fire tax” from the current $1.34 to $1.50 per $1,000 of property value


May 28, 2015
Hayley King loves art and she would love to have a local place where people and families can go to enjoy and learn about art.


May 28, 2015
The Key Peninsula is full of surprises, including a surprising number of world-renowned artists who live on dirt roads that meander through the woods and along the shorelines.


May 5, 2015
Every week, as many as 40 youngsters on the Key Peninsula go to the Red Barn Youth Center after school.


May 5, 2015
You know spring has officially arrived on the Key Peninsula when Two Waters Art Alliance hosts its annual Spring Fling.


May 5, 2015
In April, Key Peninsula school kids won a fair share of awards at this year’s Arbor Day poster, photography and poetry contest.


May 5, 2015
Ivy Griffith is one brave woman.


May 4, 2015
When former Key Peninsula resident Tracy Lyon isn’t working as Division Chief of training at Gig Harbor Fire and Medic One, he can usually be found coaching a local lacrosse team.


May 3, 2015
Every May for the past 25 years, the Key Peninsula Veterans have held an Aisle of Honor at Vaughn cemetery.