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Efforts to bring much-needed childcare to the Key Peninsula face hurdles due to infrastructure gaps, leading local advocates to explore creative solutions to meet the community's needs. more
The Key Peninsula Historical Society is nearly finished with the Vaughn Library Hall renovation, set to host an open house on June 9 to celebrate its approval for community events. more
Tom Bates of Lakebay is headed back to Ukraine for three more months of moving food and supplies to people near the front and evacuating injured or abandoned animals. more
The Children’s Home Society of Washington-Key Peninsula Family Resource Center said it will vacate its office at the KP Civic Center after more than 30 years on the KP. more
Dee Dee Kerkes of Home died April 17. She was 75 years old. more
Tim Kezele, lifelong Key Peninsula resident and volunteer, will be honored Feb. 2 as a Rotary Star by the Rotary Club of Gig Harbor North. more
A few nickels here and a couple of quarters there added up for local charities on the Key Peninsula. more
The 10 women and two men who make up the staff and board of Food Backpacks 4 Kids have a vision for the Key Peninsula: to provide nutritious food for every child and adult in need. more
The Key Peninsula Community Council elected new officers and welcomed two new members at its November meeting. The new leadership team plans to make the council a central resource for the community. more
Key Peninsula News staff and contributors shattered their own record Oct. 7 by earning 25 awards at the statewide Washington Newspaper Publishers Association 2023 Better Newspaper Contest. more
Hundreds of families descended on the Key Peninsula Civic Center Aug. 25 to 27 to find clothes for the coming school year. At no cost. more
You may remember the first few words of the intro to a popular MTV reality show: “This is the true story of seven strangers, picked to live in a house, work together … ” What … more
Margo Macdonald’s art is rooted in her experience of place, a quality that will be on display at this year’s 16th annual Fiber Arts Show. Macdonald, a Vaughn painter and weaver with deep … more
Clear skies and warm sunshine welcomed residents of the Key Peninsula to the eighth annual Key Center Art Walk Wednesday evening, Aug. 2. Sponsored by the Two Waters Arts Alliance, the Art Walk … more
The newly rebranded “Peninsula Logging Show & Festival” held at the Port Orchard Airport Aug. 19 was attended by nearly 5,000, according to organizer Stephanie Brooks.   The … more
The Vaughn Library Hall restoration project is on track for completion within its five-year plan thanks to an $83,000 grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust received by the Key Peninsula … more
The Office of the Secretary of State operates a secure online system for the public to make donations to verified relief organizations, including those now assisting survivors, first responders and … more
Wellspring Fellowship held its first worship service July 8 at its new temporary location in Lakebay until its own church is constructed on land purchased in 2018. Thanks to the open arms of … more
If you’ve visited any parks around the Key Peninsula lately, you may have noticed the appearance of uniquely painted garden gnomes. The first community-wide Summer Solstice Gnome Hunt began … more
Founded in 2013 and closed since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, the Key Free Clinic reopened in new quarters June 22 in the KP Community Council office in the Key Center Corral, located at … more
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