Chillville is packing it in for the season.
Spokane-based Northland Credit Union will open Monday as a new branch of Gesa Credit Union.
Time is running out for catering services from Walla Walla Bread Company.
Momentum is already building for a bigger, better Food Truck Night at the Airport District winery incubators in 2016.
The Walla Walla Regional Airport is embarking on a yearlong master plan development process expected to build a new guiding document for the operation.
A pound of candy in the bag is worth five bucks in the hand.
Two neighborhoods will transform to “fiberhoods” in several weeks under PocketiNet’s fiber-to-the-home movement.
A new retail shop with a familiar face opened this week at 527 E. Main St.
Former Port of Walla Walla Commissioner Fred Bennett, whose background in civil engineering was a hallmark of his advocacy for utility and infrastructure improvements during four terms in office, died Sunday after an extended illness. He was 85.
One reason Walla Walla’s flight numbers may be taking off: cooperative advertising.
Baker Boyer Bank trust adviser Joe Fondahn has received his certified public accountant designation, the Walla Walla bank announced.
A home-flipping formula that hit the spotlight on A&E’s “Flipping Boston” has now become an educational program that will make its way to Walla Walla next month.
Fans of ABC television show “Modern Family” might have caught a glimpse of a Walla Walla winery on the small screen last week.
A new platform unveiled by Key Technology is being heralded as one of the most critical developments in the company’s history.
It’s not the walking dead you may be used to. But it will be a parade of sorts for a special Dia de los Muertos celebration.
Who knows if there will be snow on the ground in time for the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 133rd annual Awards Banquet?
Unemployment in Walla Walla County dropped last month to its lowest level in seven years.
Planning an event — from conception to marketing — will be the focus of an upcoming workshop at Wildhorse Resort & Casino.
Downtown Walla Walla bike shop Allegro Cyclery is changing gears with the unveiling of a new line of women’s cycling wear.
The Milton-Freewater Downtown Alliance is organizing what it intends to be the community’s largest Make a Difference Day this weekend.
A business known for hardware is closing up shop in Eastgate.
Floating down the calendar from spring to fall has already been deemed a success for the community’s signature hot air balloon festival. And there are still two mornings left.
A Touchet cattle company is among those at the head of Washington’s angus rankings.
Walla Walla grocery clerk will attempt to crush the competition in a bagging contest later this month.
All events and activities, weather-permitting, are at Howard Tietan Park, free and open to the public.
When the 41st annual Walla Walla Balloon Stampede comes to Howard-Tietan Park this weekend, it will turn what you’ve seen on its head.
The U.S. Small Business Administration has launched a new cybersecurity Web page designed to help businesses identify risks and defend against cyberthreats.
Gesa Credit Union was recognized recently with five awards during the Northwest Credit Union Association’s annual Amplify Convention Awards Banquet.
Walla Walla home sales in September continued to ride an upward trend, closing the third consecutive quarter of increased closings.
There will be a hot-air balloon like none that has ever come to Walla Walla for an experience that will put children’s heads in the clouds.
Organizations and people offering services or products that support women and families can join in the 2016 InnovateHER Challenge.
Oil Can Henry’s salutes veterans this month with a campaign to benefit the National Military Family Association.
Lloyd’s Insurance & Real Estate is collecting Coats for Kids through the end of this month.
The Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance announces the launch of the annual Barrel Full of Money fundraiser, a partnership of wineries, businesses and nonprofit organizations on behalf of the Blue Mountain Action Council Food Bank.
Express Employment Professionals administrative specialist Stephanie Robertson recently earned the Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional Certification.
Another month, another record at the Walla Walla Regional Airport.
The completed merger of AmericanWest Bank into Banner Bank gives Walla Walla the second-largest bank headquartered in Washington.
Economists with the state’s Employment Security Department are predicting a healthy holiday hiring picture with jobs for more than 15,000 seasonal workers throughout the fall holiday season.
The Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance has announced a new fundraising auction that will bring one-of-a-kind lots to some of the most devoted wine lovers and raise money for the organization at the same time.
It’s time to plan those scare tactics.
It will be the final serving of Food Truck Night for the season.
Don’t expect Annie Newton to be part of that statistic on women who make less money than their male counterparts in business.
What does Walla Walla wine country have in common with Washington’s Bavarian destination and Amish country in Lancaster, Pa.?
The opening of an Isaacs Avenue salon has taken the owner back to her roots.
A Walla Walla dental group will host a Customer Appreciation Barbecue and Fall Festival on Saturday.
Guests at the Walla Walla Corn Maze this Sunday will start with a can of food and may leave with a Nintendo 3DS XL.
What do you do when the community’s biggest annual food drive lands on the same weekend as the rescheduled hot-air balloon festival?
Haggen Food & Pharmacy plans to shed 100 more grocery stores it acquired earlier this year in a massive retreat that takes the Bellingham-based business from an area chain to major West Coast grocer and back to a mostly Northwest operation in the span of less than a year.