Kitsap’s rental housing market is hot and investors have taken notice.
The online giving event, benefiting 254 nonprofits, runs all day Tuesday. (1)
Soon shoppers will be able to look out the window of one Port Orchard marijuana store and see another marijuana store across the parking lot.
The average assessed value of apartments in the Bremerton area increased by more than 20 percent for 2016, leading landlords to push up rents. (1)
Butcher & Baker Provisions is part market, part café.
A line of eager customers stood at the doors Wednesday as the store reopened after a year of corporate transitions.
They're cutting steel without sparks, fumes flying. (4)
Kitsap retailers had cause to celebrate during the 2015 holiday season.
Two builders who have a reputation for making affordable homes, housing developments that are keeping construction crews busy, and a former Starbucks executive launches a new business venture at Olympic Towne Center in Gig Harbor. This and more in the April 2016 edition of the Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal.
Minding Your Business
- Two pot stores approved for same Port Orchard shopping center
- Big apartment complexes are selling in Kitsap
- Starbucks, Sherwin-Williams proposed in Poulsbo
- Kitsap retail sales up 10 percent in fourth quarter
- Health district releases new draft vaping ordinance
CUPERTINO, California (AP) — Apple is edging its way a little further into health care with the release of new iPhone apps that patients can use to manage their own medical conditions — from diabetes to pregnancy and even depression.
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. companies added jobs at the slowest pace in three years in April, a private survey found, a sign that slower growth and volatile financial markets could weigh on hiring.
- US productivity shrinks again in first quarter
- Airbus advises rotor checks of Norway helicopter crash model
- US trade deficit in March smallest in 16 months