This story has been updated from a previous version with comments from Alpha Media Vice President of Marketing Randi P’Pool.
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Breakwater Seafood already has a lot going for it — a long-established location, lots of the freshest seafood around, a solid reputation among its loyal patrons and the best (and really only) waterfront dining spot on the inner Harbor.
Pacific Financial Corporation, the holding company for Bank of the Pacific today reported profits of $1.1 million for the first quarter of 2015, up 7 percent compared to $1.0 million for the first quarter a year ago.
Harbor Wholesale Foods, which originated in Aberdeeen but is now headquartered in Lacy, recently announced a five-year distribution agreement with Subway restaurants, serving 400-plus stores throughout western Washington and southeast Alaska. Harbor will deliver food products to franchise owners of the largest restaurant chain in the world from as far north as the Canadian border to as far south as Toledo, Wash.. The partnership means 28 additional people to support the new business, which is about a 10 percent increase in staff for the 92-year-old, family-owned company.
Maritime workers can learn how to stand a watch May 29 in Port Townsend in a workshop on navigation, radar, depth sounding — and when to wake your skipper. The Washington Sea Grant, the Northwest Maritime Center and WSU Jefferson County Extension will co-sponsor the workshop on basic watch standing. Topics covered will include:
Wood fiber costs for pulp mills in the Western US have increased substantially over the past year, while other regions in the U.S. have experienced only modest increases, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review.
“Have you ever been stressed?” asks Aberdeen High School junior Jessenia Lopez.
Washington Coast Works is inviting individuals with ideas for a small business that makes money, builds community and protects the environment to enter those ideas into the Sustainable Small Business Competition.
Howard Moe has learned to roll with the punches.
Do you have an idea for a small business that makes money, builds community, and protects the environment? Take a step to move your idea forward!
Starting Tuesday, The Daily World will include a weekly page just for business news, with the emphasis on local businesses.
A major face-lift is in the works for the GuestHouse Inn &Suites as it transitions to a Best Western Plus franchise, owner Jasvir Dhaliwal said Friday.
Greater Grays Harbor Inc. and local business leaders staged a ribbon cutting ceremony last week for the Tully’s Coffee in Hoquiam, under operation by new owners Prabhu Subramaniam and Anitha Swaminathan (Anitha Prabhu), who, along with their daughter, cut the ribbon.
A gas station in Hoquiam is the latest location for Harborites to get U-Haul trailers and services, according to a press release from U-Haul.
MONTESANO -- Gene’s Stop-n-Go, the longtime burger stand that for decades was an institution in Montesano is getting a major face lift under new ownership.