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Olympus Gardens owner Austin Smith’s reapplication for a marijuana production business on Marrowstone Island is set for a public hearing at 5 p.m., Thursday, March 29 in the Superior Courtroom of … more
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Evergreen Home Loans opens local branch Evergreen Home Loans, a direct home-loan lender offering origination, funding and home loan servicing, opened a new office in Port Townsend on Aug. 22. The … more
The theme for this season's Port Townsend Main Street Program's Holiday Window Contest was "Merriest Window,” and dozens of businesses responded with sparkling windows that celebrate the holiday … more
The City of Port Townsend is set to consider the issue of short-term rentals, vacation rentals and transient accommodations during a workshop meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m., Monday, March 13. A … more
Mark Miller fits a rub rail on the FV Charity. Based out of Seattle, the Charity has been coming to Port Townsend for maintenance for the past seven years. Photo courtesy Jake Beattie more
Arlene Alen, the new executive director for the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce (JCCC), says that a “chamber of the future” is one that works hard not only hosting luncheons, but integrating … more
The Port Townsend City Council plans to move “as soon as possible” to update its rules on short-term rentals, as well as declare a temporary moratorium on any new conversions to “tourist … more
(From left) Mark Padgett and John Altemose help Port Townsend RadioShack store owner Barbara Lyle sort her remaining stock in preparation for her fall closure. Photo by Kirk Boxleitner more
Home sales down, prices up There were 66 homes sold in Jefferson County in July 2017, down 7.04 percent from the 71 completed sales from a year ago in July, according to the Northwest Multiple … more
Making an exception to its regular first-Monday meeting schedule, the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce has its next member meeting from noon to 1 p.m., Monday, Jan. 9 at the Port Townsend Elks … more
Brenda Hill grew up in the vicinity of the Beaver Valley Store, in a family that valued sweets and with a grandmother who sold popular pies. So it was little wonder that she roped her family – … more
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