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Sound Publishing, the state's largest community news organization, today purchased the Seattle Weekly. Details of the purchase were not disclosed.
The Bainbridge Island Downtown Association is kicking off 2013 by having a makeover.
Extravagant bundles were being escorted to participating businesses on Hildebrand Lane.
Wenzlau Architects along with the Cottage Company received a Grand Award at the 32nd Annual Builders’ Choice Design and Planning Awards for their work on the Chico Beach Cottages in Silverdale.
Conservation Services Group, the organization that handles the campaign for RePower Bainbridge, recently won an international award for the effectiveness of their marketing efforts in Kitsap County.
Rick Blumenthal will give the presentation "A House as a System" at the next meeting of the Kitsap Chapter for the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild.
Island Fitness celebrates 10 years in business at 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15.
The Kitsap Development Officers Group meets at noon Tuesday, Nov. 6 at the Poulsbo Library.
Island woman takes sails, canvas, banners and more and transforms them into handmade, fashionable bags.
Silver Screen Video now occupies its new spot in the Village Shopping Center — formerly the location of Radio Shack.
Two dozen restaurants on Bainbridge Island have received a “100% Club” food safety award from the Kitsap Public Health District, health officials announced Wednesday.
The Kitsap Chapter of the Northwest Ecobuilding Guild will host a presentation by Israel Gaphni, a Washington state registered mechanical engineer, at the next meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18 in the offices of RePower Bainbridge.
The Kitsap Development Officers Group meets at noon Tuesday, Oct. 2 at the Poulsbo Library.
Local Harvest held its final day of business Saturday, Sept. 22. Owners Jessica and Daniel Miller sold the business to a local entrepreneur.
Soup’r Burger has announced the location where it intends to flip its all organic, grass-fed patties for hungry islanders.
The owner of Eagle Harbor Book Company announced Wednesday that he is welcoming aboard two partners into the iconic Winslow business.
Silver Screen Video has served Bainbridge Island for over two decades. Now they are moving on — across the street.
Josh Bortman, also a co-owner of another Winslow business called Pretty Stick, is branching out into another entrepreneurial endeavor — burgers.
Method Homes, a custom builder of prefabricated, green homes, has finished the installation of their first home on Bainbridge Island.
Patti Shannon has joined the team at Windermere Bainbridge Island as the new managing broker.