WASHINGTON (AP) — Growth in the U.S. economy was sluggish again in the spring, dashing expectations for a robust rebound after a tough winter. Stronger consumer spending was offset by weakness in housing construction and a big slowdown in the pace that businesses restocked store shelves.
City leaders hope people instead will use nearby park-and-ride lots. (10)
A restrictive easement on Hood Canal bedlands would prevent the pit-to-pier project. (2)
The City Council recently voted 5-2 to increase parking enforcement. (24)
Developments like WoodBridge Crossing are drawing interest because they are close to Bangor, the expanding Harrison Medical Center campus and new shopping centers.
Demolition of the former City Hall on Jensen Way is to begin this week. (1)
Permit applications filed with the city this month give a first look at Bruce Titus Ford’s expansion plans in Port Orchard.
It has asked the appeals court to take up the case. (6)
The city of Bainbridge Island and the nonprofit Friends of the Farm have worked with local farmers to preserve land farmed by the Suyematsu family for nearly a decade, some of Kitsap's newer farmers are getting their start, and a couple now own Eagle Harbor Book Company, the place where they first met.
Minding Your Business
- Minding Your Business is off on a journey
- Harrison foundation names executive director
- Plans filed for new Bruce Titus Ford dealership
- Bainbridge pizzeria featured on Forbes
- Kingston is getting a marijuana store
NEW YORK (AP) — Verizon has agreed to buy online portal Yahoo Inc. for roughly $5 billion, according to multiple media reports, each citing a single unnamed source.