Kitsap residents shopping for 2017 coverage through Healthplanfinder will have four insurers to choose from.
The Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual gala Saturday in Bremerton for lack of a venue in South Kitsap. (3)
Carpenter hopes to start business building little homes on wheels. (8)
Kitsap County ranks among of the best destinations in the country for a “beercation,” according to one major travel website.
The U.S. Census Bureau has acknowledged a data gap in one of its online applications that led Kitsap Transit to publish untrue statements about local commuter trends.
A minimum wage initiative on the Nov. 8 ballot could boost pay for thousands of low-wage Kitsap County workers, according to analysis by a state economist.
A Bainbridge developer plans to seek approval this fall for a project that will bring new homes, shops and a restaurant to the island’s Rolling Bay center.
Clinic will offer primary, dental and behavioral health care. (1)
West Sound gardeners are raising money for an invention they believe will revolutionize the way preservation is done, Silver City Brewing now has statewide distribution and dozens of different brews as it turns 20 and a new pho restaurant opens in Poulsbo. This and more in the October edition of KPBJ.
Minding Your Business
- Fewer insurers offering exchange plans in Kitsap
- Census acknowledges data gap that led to faulty fast ferry numbers
- Travelocity names Kitsap a top 10 destination for beer tourism
- PSE selling surplus land in Port Orchard
- Minimum wage initiative would affect thousands of Kitsap workers
NEW YORK (AP) - Federal regulators have approved new broadband privacy rules that make internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon ask customers' permission before using or sharing much of their data, potentially making it more difficult for them to grow advertising businesses.
- Reported Yahoo email scanning revives surveillance concerns
- BlackBerry, once a phone innovator, to stop making its own
- Apple shares on fire; iPhone lines decidedly chill
CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) - Apple unveiled long-awaited updates to its Mac computers Thursday, aiming to spark consumer interest in a product line often overshadowed by newer gadgets like the iPad and iPhone.
- Twitter cuts staff, kills off Vine app amid pressure to grow
- Egypt squeezed between need for reforms and fear of backlash
- NJ eyes same casino expansion that has left AC struggling