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)
The mayors of Bremerton and Port Orchard are among those who already believe the benefits of the tax exemptions far outweigh any unrealized tax revenue. (25)
JCPenney is returning to its department store roots this year with the rollout out of appliance showrooms in 500 stores. That will include their Silverdale location.
Registration numbers are soaring for an aviation convention planned this weekend at Bremerton National Airport.
When a chrome-plating business departed the Port of Bremerton last fall, it left a toxic mess behind. (6)
Wobbly Hopps Brewery, which opened on Fourth Street in Bremerton last fall, will change hands at the end of August and be rebranded as Dog Days Brewing sometime in the next few months.
Employers who took their sweet time making hiring decisions just a few years ago, are scrambling to snag candidates in as little as a day for fear of losing them to competitors in a tight labor market.
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
- Sport Clips opens Monday in Silverdale
- Tax break was ‘absolutely critical’ to Bremerton apartment project
- JCPenney is back in the appliance business
- More than 500 planes confirmed for Bremerton airport fly-in
- New owner, new name for Bremerton’s Wobbly Hopps Brewery
WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Association of Realtors reports on July sales of existing homes Wednesday at 10 a.m. Eastern.
- AstraZeneca to sell molecule antibiotics business to Pfizer
- Qatari state fund buys stake in NY's Empire State Building
- UK committee recommends ban on microbeads