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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.
Chase has opened a Chase Private Client office at the bank’s Bainbridge Island location on Winslow Way.
Pretty Stick on Winslow Way won the honor of hosting the next Harveys Original SeatbeltBag release party.
Paper Products, Etc., who has a storefront on Winslow Way, has added an online store for commercial orders. The online venture has proved to be a success.
Robert Solomon and his son Cody, are about to release a product that will put an end to frustrating typos that come from plugging in letters on a glass screen.
The next meeting of the Kitsap Development Officers Group is noon Tuesday, Aug. 7 in the meeting room of the Poulsbo Library.
Chef and owner of Hitchcock Restaurant Brendan McGill will join forces with his chef mentor Joseba Jimenez de Jimenez, formerly of the Harvest Vine, for a Spanish pig roast and paella dinner at Hitchcock Restaurant later this week.
Drew Wolff has joined CameoWorks as the firm’s chief financial officer and managing director.
The Eco-Pak is a container shelter, though calling it a “shelter” may be an understatement. The Eco-Pak, Seattle-based engineer James Green and island Architect Matthew Coates have taken the seemingly simple shelter and transformed it into something a bit more luxurious.
Several Studio Tour artists who specialize in display, wholesaling, marketing, social media and more will weigh in at “Art Biz 101,” a panel discussion from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, July 6, at Strawberry Hill Park.
Russell Everett made his way through law school, passed the bar and was ready for his future career as an attorney. But he ran into a little glitch—the recession. And after wading through a poor job market, Everett decided to re-evaluate his plans, and chose another path. If the law wasn’t working out, why not just make beer instead?
Avalara got a financial boost this week after Battery Ventures invested $20 million in the Bainbridge Island business.
This weekend, Bainbridge Uncorked will introduce islanders — and visitors — to island wines.