Business

Peninsula food banks among nine to benefit from ‘Shred’ fundraisers

The Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Sequim food banks were among nine food banks that benefited from recent From Shred to Fed… Continue reading

H2O Graphics sold to Port Townsend business

Chris and Candace Mangold, owners of Corvus Crafts, have purchased the assets and customer contacts of H2O Graphics from Nya Chambers. The… Continue reading

Sequim native Cindy Teitzel purchased Solar City and Boutique.

Sequim native purchases tanning salon

Theresa Rubens has sold Solar City and Boutique to Sequim native Cindy Teitzel. The tanning salon and boutique is at 135 W. Washington… Continue reading

Sequim native Cindy Teitzel purchased Solar City and Boutique.

BPA makes treasury payment

The Bonneville Power Administration recently announced that it has paid the U.S. Treasury $736 million. According to a press release, this was… Continue reading

Admiralty Distillers of Port Townsend awarded medal for honey wares

The National Honey Board awarded a gold medal to Admiralty Distillers of Port Townsend in its third Honey Spirits Competition. The annual… Continue reading

Real estate broker Jim Haguewood has joined Port Angeles Realty

Jim Haguewood joins real estate firm

Port Angeles Realty Inc. has announced that Jim Haguewood has joined its firm as a real estate broker. Haguewood, formerly the executive… Continue reading

Real estate broker Jim Haguewood has joined Port Angeles Realty

Jobless rate falls on Peninsula

Unemployment down by at least one percentage point for second month

Port Townsend extends streatery permit program

Move allows restaurants to continue operating in public spaces

Peninsula businesses are edg3 finalists

Two North Olympic Peninsula businesses are finalists in Kitsap Bank’s seventh edg3 competition. The local competitors are Amma’s Umma in Port Angeles… Continue reading

Local salon adds stylists to staff

J. Ryan Salon announces new additions

Port Townsend resident Mike Marston checks out of Aldrich's Market Tuesday with barista and cashier Sarah Marx. The 125-year-old store reopened Saturday after closing in early spring and being bought by new owners and renovated over the summer. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Aldrich’s Market reopens with local connections

New owners grow partnerships with several producers

Port Townsend resident Mike Marston checks out of Aldrich's Market Tuesday with barista and cashier Sarah Marx. The 125-year-old store reopened Saturday after closing in early spring and being bought by new owners and renovated over the summer. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Airport Garden Center now offering landscaping service

The Airport Garden Center has announced the addition of a landscaping service to its business. The new service is a licensed and… Continue reading

Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel

Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel

Bank looks to put in new operators of 10-year-old business

Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel
Boeing says South Carolina choice for 787 production

Boeing says South Carolina choice for 787 production

Boeing said Thursday it will shut down the original assembly line for its two-aisle 787 jetliner… Continue reading

Boeing says South Carolina choice for 787 production

State’s minimum wage will increase to $13.69 in 2021

Washington state’s minimum wage is increasing 19 cents to $13.69 per hour starting Jan. 1, 2021, the first increase determined… Continue reading