Golden Homes of Poulsbo’s new manager, Cassie O'Hara, has some big ideas for the manufactured-home seller on Viking Avenue. Equally important, she wants to help more people see manufactured homes as an affordable avenue to home ownership.
What did it take to get those Black Friday and holiday sales circulars to your doorstep Thanksgiving morning? KOMO 4 News visited Sound Publishing's Everett printing plant.
John and Laura Nesby’s MorMor Bistro & Bar, for 10 years a venue for Northwest cuisine, wine dinners and foodie events, will become The Green Light Diner in February, patterned after the family’s Big Apple Diner in Bremerton.
After families have stuffed themselves full of turkey on Thanksgiving Day, they head to bed and often wake before dawn for the biggest shopping day of the year. Black Friday is known for its blockbuster savings that entice consumers to spend their hard-earned money.
Sound Publishing is gearing up for a busy Thanksgiving and Black Friday week, delivering 10 million holiday savings inserts to readers in the greater Puget Sound area
A youth gymnastics center, formerly located in Kingston, is relocating to Silverdale. As of Dec. 1, Zero Gravity Athletics will re-open at 2789 NW Randall Way. The building there has 15,000 square feet of space and high ceilings which is exactly what owner Kenda Moreno said was needed. It was formerly the Mattress Ranch and is next door to Castle's MegaStore.
Up in Smoke, a hookah lounge and smoke shop, will soon open its doors in Poulsbo.
With the incentives in place today, a new solar-energy system can pay for itself in five to seven years. After that, money from all the power you generate goes into your pocket. (And you can periodically watch your meter run backwards.)