The state approved a fourth recreational marijuana grow for North Kitsap this week.
Former patrons updated the menu and renovated the building
Owner of old Belfair Café building wants to develop apartments at site. (3)
Boats filled 187 of 221 permanent moorage slips in the downtown marina in July.
Toxins were discovered after metal-plating shop moved out. (2)
A ribbon cutting is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Monday with a grand opening celebration continuing until 6.
The developer of the 606 Apartments in Bremerton said that the apartments couldn't have been build without tax incentives from the city of Bremerton.
Jim and Shannon Baurichter have opened Black Ball Board Co. in Port Orchard to provide people the gear to reach some sandy gems hidden along the county's coast. (1)
A new Gig Harbor business matches homes with vacationers, Northwest's many beer festivals keep breweries hopping and a new vegetarian restaurant opens in Manette. This and more in the August edition of KPBJ.
Minding Your Business
- Marijuana grow approved in Kingston
- Bremerton Marina now 85 percent full
- Sport Clips opens Monday in Silverdale
- Tax break was ‘absolutely critical’ to Bremerton apartment project
- JCPenney is back in the appliance business
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Lotte Group's vice chairman has been found dead as authorities widen a probe into corruption at South Korea's fifth-largest business group, officials at the company and police said Friday.
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- Activist discovers iPhone spyware, sparking security update
- ANA cancels flights to fix Rolls-Royce engines on Boeing 787