Gig Harbor Now reporters provide information about where people can eat, shop and seek professional services, which businesses are opening or closing, and explain local trends and their relation to the national economy.
One Gig Harbor business owner says at-home tests have helped his company stay viable.
The Original Pancake House will open sometime next year in the former longtime site of Harvester Restaurant.
No decision was reached after a 10-hour Kitsap County hearing Thursday on the status of Olalla Valley Vineyard and Winery‘s conditional use permit (CUP). The 5.87-acre winery, owned and operated
More cooped-up families have been taking to the outdoors in search of the perfect Christmas tree.
Wine lovers and cider-sippers, take heart. Options for locally produced libations have expanded in recent months. Locust Cider opened in June at the site formerly occupied by Heritage Distilling, next
Crumbl Cookies is turning heads in the north end of town, and a new fish house is coming to the waterfront among other pending openings.
Steve Butler grows more than 600 types of apples on his 7 1/2-acre Gig Harbor farm and sells them on site using the honor system.
New Chamber of Commerce Director Miriam Battson says that despite the pandemic, businesses continue to open and do well, though others are struggling.
Converting the 25.5-acre farm site from Manila clams and oyster to geoducks wouldn’t significantly change the tidelands, according to the draft environmental impact statement. Opponents of the plan say this claim is slanted and they look forward to refuting it.
Taylor Shellfish Farms would replace Manila clam and oyster beds on the 25.5-acre site with geoduck clam farming.
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