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Liz Bailey has joined the team at Windermere Property Management/West Sound, the company has announced.
Eric Deisler, an assistant vice president for Columbia Bank, is relocating to the Winslow Way branch, Columbia Bank has announced.
Intuitive Safety Solutions has announced the addition of Kory Reidhead as the company’s director of operations, overseeing their entire team of certified safety advisors.
Long-time island resident Melinda Callaham is offering Bainbridge residents with medical needs a variety of home healthcare options through her new nursing service Kitsap Home Health.
The Kitsap Development Officers Group will meet at noon Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the Poulsbo Library.
Newspaper company ends 25 years in Kitsap.
City of Bainbridge Island continues environmental review of new project.
The BoatHouse at Pleasant Beach Village in Lynwood has quickly become a local hang.
Bainbridge Island's only video rental store will close on its 25th anniversary.
Fedelta Care Solutions, a Western Washington-based senior care company, will open an office on Bainbridge Island later this week.
Bainbridge Island’s Rite Aid has received a facelift in recent weeks as part of a store-wide remodel that will provide more than just better aesthetics.
Patti Kelley, the former Bainbridge Island Branch Manager of Kitsap Credit Union, has accepted the position of Business Development Officer for First Federal’s Poulsbo Branch/Lending Center.
Tom Parker has joined Avalara as its chief information officer, officials with the Bainbridge Island-based company have announced.
The Building a Sustainable Economy lecture series continues at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 21 at the Bainbridge Public Library.
Bainbridge Island-based Ozone International has won the 2013 Manufacturer of the Year award from Seattle Business Magazine.
Island architect Jonathan Davis and his company, Davis Studio Architecture + Design, have been awarded the Environmental Innovator award by the Association of Washington Business.
The numbers are in and this year’s Girls Night Out has proven to be quite a success.
Plans for the remodel of Winslow’s Town & Country Market are moving along and boasting many new improvements including pocket parks, more parking, and even a drive-thru grocery window.
A Bainbridge Island businessman has joined the board of directors for Kitsap Bank.
Jamie Workman will give the talk “The Future of Water” at the next edition of the Building a Sustainable Economy (BASE) lecture series at 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 17 at the Bainbridge Library.