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The Brewmaster’s Foundation weekly Community Supported Agriculture box includes fresh produce from local farms and beers from Washington breweries.
State Insurance Commissioner Kreidler issues request
For one funeral home owner, the confusion came to a head after a recent service.
To the relief of anxious employees, the company said it will shut down factory operations for two weeks.
Boeing will equip more employees to work remotely, but for now factory workers will stay on the line.
Changes at Sea-Tac Airport include more hand sanitizer, training for biohazard cleaning.
Overseas port closures hurt WA companies that depend on international shipping.
Competitive wages and good benefits aren’t enough for many to afford the cost of living on Vashon.
Suspension expected to begin in January
Island Subway restaurant, Kenny’s Brainfreeze for sale; Maven Mercantile closing.
Joanna Gardiner of Loving Care for Animals is leaving her business this summer after 23 years.
“It’s very empowering to cook for your family, your friends or yourself.”
A wave of restaurant openings on Vashon has drawn attention.
Five years after legalization, some marijuana businesses on Vashon struggle to turn a profit.
No doubt, Liz Shepherd worked hard on her VCA article — a complex subject (“Arts center answers a $6 million question,” June 20). I agree… Continue reading
Eight years ago, Rebecca Lanphear and her husband Damon planted 1 acre of grapevines on their property on SW 159th Street with the hope of creating local wine. Now, on the heels of two warm summer seasons and local record grape harvests, Alli Lanphear Vineyard and Winery is ready to officially open its doors Saturday.
At Vashon Bookshop last week, islander Robin Branstator paused while purchasing two books to talk about why she makes an effort to shop locally.
Vashon’s liquor store has a new owner and has moved to the southern edge of town.
A new business called Spoke recently rolled into the old bike shop by the post office. The three owners have been renovating the building’s interior to fit their multi-use vision for the large space and plan to welcome the public with an opening reception from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday.
The brown paper that for weeks covered the windows of the former Raven’s Nest came down last Thursday, revealing the new Hinge Gallery, which includes a frame and gift shop and a small art gallery.