For Kitsap County entrepreneurs, many have a business idea but don’t know of the local services to make it successful.
Even though leatherback sea turtles outlasted dinosaurs, they now struggle to survive us.
In 2004, at the 24th annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Conservation and Biology, scientists predicted these turtles would be extinct in 10 years — six years from now.
Greg Enright, a retired Pearson Elementary and Poulsbo Middle School teacher, and his Internet tourism company EcoTeach is trying to change that.
Guardian Security, a large fire and security systems company based in Seattle with a local branch in Silverdale, is promoting a new wireless fire and security monitoring system that does not require land phone lines or cell signals. This system is the only one that continued to operate during the San Diego fires last year.
(From left) Farmers Insurance employee Devin Mazzotta, district manager Greg Govender, agent Maggie Brewton-Hight, recruiting manager Jennifer Govender, Brewton-Hight’s grandson Jacob Easton, John Hight, Sam Delano, Patricia Delano and Leslie Bush pose for a photo in their March of Dimes T-shirts.
SUQUAMISH — From artistic kitchen whisk lights to an eclectic handcrafted mosaic bar top, Suquamish’s new Agate Pass Café holds secrets in details.
Located by Bella Luna Pizzaria, with a view of the beach and Bainbridge Island, the restaurant gives off a big city flair in a warm, inviting setting.
There are increasing reports of unlicensed and uncertified individuals, or companies, soliciting and/or performing work on onsite sewage systems – without required permits – according to recent reports submitted to the Kitsap County Health District. The district reminds the public to be careful before hiring any individual or company to work on their onsite sewage system, and to verify that they are certified to do this work by checking the district’s Web site at www.kitsapcountyhealth.com.
News about the subprime mortgage crisis continues its influence on the real estate market. Consequently, more stringent underwriting guidelines and standards have made an impact on buyers in general, especially those considering their first home purchase.
The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce asks that small businesses and cottage industries, such as those who work out of their homes and under the radar, contact and register with us. Several volunteers have taken recent calls for tailors, upholsterers, house sitters, etc. The chamber would like to develop a registry to assist those in the community who are looking for these services. The chamber provides many services to support small businesses who join our organization.
Express Personal Services changed its name to Express Employment Professionals. The company made the decision to refocus its branding efforts in order to better reflect its service lines and direction for the future.