POULSBO — Insurance isn’t glamorous, but it is necessary, said agent Bill Stuart, who operates in Poulsbo through American Family Insurance. And to him, it’s about providing dependable protection and trusted service to clients.
Megan Howard still has the first bracelet she made at a U Design Jewelry party.
The Silverdale mom now makes all kinds of bracelets, necklaces and earrings as the county’s newest U Design Jewelry representative.
New businesses, a population shift, and the high cost of driving to Seattle and Tacoma has changed the face of Port Orchard nightlife, with several new opportunities emerging over the last few months.
POULSBO — There are Chevrolets. There are Hondas, Fords, Nissans and Toyotas. Rows of them sit, some with wheels, others still emblazoned with bumper stickers and window decals. They line 10 acres, many of them facing one another with their hoods ajar, seeming in mid-gulp. This is Yank-A-Part, a self-help wrecking yard that bucks the go-to cemetery metaphor. Instead it appears like a well-kempt candy store for car hounds, where faded machines sit ripe for the picking, sorting and sifting of usable parts.
The Home Builders Association of Kitsap County’s 2008 Parade of Homes Awards Banquet was held Aug. 22 at the Silverdale Hotel. Kingston builders Joe and Penny Beaulieu of Heart Homes, LLC won two awards, one for Special Recognition for Best Landscaping Detail & Layout and a second award for Best of Show in Heart Homes’ price category.
If you’re buying a home, chances are you’ll need a mortgage, but did you know there are big differences between mortgage brokers and bank loan officers? While both mortgage brokers and banks can offer a variety of loans to fit your needs, there are distinct differences.
Did you know the Kingston Community News has been around for 25 years? In that time, KCN has seen many changes in and around the North Kitsap community, and now more than ever, we are grateful for the constant support we receive from our loyal readers, contributors and advertisers.
A local business leader feels that Kitsap County is ready for economic growth and has the potential to thrive, but it won’t happen until the region sets goals and presents a better deal than its competition.
Six weeks into business, and Dani Hale’s Cup ’a Comfort Cafe on Viking Avenue already smells irresistible. It’s a Friday afternoon, and the sizzling scent of bacon is emanating from the kitchen.