A popup pizzeria on Bainbridge Island will become a permanent restaurant in November.
U-Haul closed its Port Orchard location on Sept. 8, just a few months after it opened.
Access to broadband internet access was the hot topic for Kitsap County Public Utility District commissioner candidates at a forum Tuesday morning in Bremerton.
Bremerton officials and the company managing the golf club say a once-troubling debt load has become manageable. (1)
Bruce Titus plans an expansion of his Ford dealership on Port Orchard's waterfront.
Kitsap Fresh is adding a Kingston location, just in time for the fall harvest.
One of the only male "bikini espresso" stands in the state, the shop on Bay Street now is owned by a Stennis sailor.
Two men have designed a special device to turn Mason jars into tiny fermentation systems for preserving vegetables and fruit.
Tiny homes in Gig Harbor, a port orchard company is using its proximity to Sinclair Inlet to get people on the water, and tax breaks that may be encouraging developers to build in Bremerton and Port Orchard. This and more in the September edition of KPBJ.
Minding Your Business
- Hitchcock’s pizzeria spinoff opens in November
- U-Haul closes Port Orchard store
- Suquamish Tribe completes casino expansion
- Purpose Boutique opening at The Trails
- Salad-to-go shop expanding to Silverdale
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