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A&R Solar, a Seattle-based solar installer and a SunPower authorized dealer, has received the company's “Intelegant Award for Excellence” for a residential solar photovoltaic project commissioned in 2012 on Bainbridge Island.
Lori Maxim, vice president of West Sound Newspaper Operations for Sound Publishing, Inc., will be assuming the additional responsibilities of vice president of the company’s Olympic Peninsula newspapers, the Peninsula Daily News, Forks Forum and Sequim Gazette.
Bainbridge Island artisan vintner hopes move will help with city code issues.
Can businesses create higher quality jobs and improve quality of life in their communities by focusing beyond profits?
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The Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce will welcome Susan M.R. Johnson as the guest speaker at the chamber breakfast on Friday, March 8.
The Building a Sustainable Economy lecture series continues at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15 at the Bainbridge Public Library.
Sound Publishing, Inc. announced Wednesday it has signed an agreement with the Washington Post Company to acquire the Everett Daily Herald, a 46,000-circulation daily and Sunday newspaper and its other print and online products.
The Kitsap Business Forum will present “Business Built to Sell” led by Dan Martin of Seattle SCORE at the group's next meeting.
The Kitsap Development Officers Group will hold their monthly meeting at noon Tuesday, Feb. 5 at the Poulsbo Library.
It’s no secret that the island loves its wines. But Californian crowds were recently treated to a taste of Bainbridge, and they approved.
Fairbank Construction Company of Bainbridge Island, a premier builder in the Northwest since 1978, has formally expanded into Seattle through the acquisition of the highly regarded, custom builder and remodeler Logan’s Hammer.
New BI Barkery is just one part of Kim Coletti’s "whirlwind" story.
The Bainbridge Island Downtown Association has good news to report in the wake of 2012. For starters vacant shop spaces are down to a “normal low rate.”
Vintage Home & Garden is the first store to open its doors at the new Pleasant Beach Village in Lynwood.
Three businesses will be switching up their addresses on Winslow Way.
After 18 years on Winslow Way, Pastiche has closed its doors on Winslow Way.
Seattle magazine recently partnered with Five Star Professionals, a national research company that awards top professionals. Islanders proved they could stand up against their big city competition.
Bert Gregory, from the Seattle-based Mithun design firm, will give the talk "Green Building Isn't Timid" in the next session of Sustainable Bainbridge's monthly Building A Sustainable Economy lecture series.
The Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual installation dinner and awards banquet on Saturday, Jan. 19.