More than 730 tickets for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover tour coming to Walla Walla were purchased at the Walla Walla Visitors Center.
Concert-goers descending on the Walla Walla Valley will have more flights to help get them to town.
Key Technology is boosting its global service and support with a package of new services designed to help food processors maximize their time.
A malfunctioning component in a new Port of Walla Walla building inadvertently shot high flows of clean water down the sewer drain. But Port officials hope that doesn’t mean their money is going with it.
Shaved ice business Pineapple Pete’s is counting down to a March 18 opening at its new location.
Personal chef service What’s Cooking is turning up the heat on its brand as the business celebrates its fifth anniversary.
Walla Walla made another list of top places. This time for being among the 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Washington.
Banner Corp., the Walla Walla holding company of Banner Bank, expands its Oregon footprint with the acquisition of Siuslaw Financial Group Inc., the company has announced.
An arcade that has busied idle hands and a bounce-house business that’s done the same for frantic feet are both closing their doors.
There couldn’t be a more perfect ambassador for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover tour than Karin Manovich.
Half a year hadn’t taken the sting out of missing British folk rock band Mumford & Sons.
Tickets for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover tours went live Friday in five communities where Mumford & Sons has announced festivals. But nowhere else sold as many as Walla Walla, tour organizers told local officials.
If the sound of $12 million coming into the community via the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover has you thinking of major city projects like road improvements or traffic lights, you’d better hit the brakes.
It will take a village to get a behemoth of a music festival off the ground this August.
It’ll be a different kind of pitching for Veterans Memorial Golf Course for about a week this summer.
The festival, with dozens of other bands, takes place Aug. 14-15 in Walla Walla, with the headliners performing on the Whitman College Athletic Fields.
Naturopathic physician and acupuncturist Melissa McClintock and health coach Amy Rootvik are teaming together to offer a 21-day Spring Rejuvenation Detox and Cleanse program that kicks off Monday.
One of the Walla Walla’s most recognized tasting rooms turns 100 this year. And owners are celebrating with — what else? — a new release in its honor.
Shady Lawn Antiques celebrates its 20th anniversary Friday, artWalk-style.
The Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center is expanding catering services from its in-house kitchen to include off-site events.
If you needed evidence that Walla Walla is a big-time foodie town, check out its co-finalists in the Best Food Town category for Sunset magazine’s first-ever Sunset Travel Awards.
The Bellingham-based grocery chain opens in the former site of Albertsons, 450 Wilbur Ave.
Don’t forget to wear your green if you plan to attend Quail Run Retirement’s St. Patty’s Day luncheon and open house.
Walla Walla’s Harvest Foods salutes veterans this month with a discount on groceries each Friday.
Alder Street is open for business, even if some of its entry points are closed.
The Downtown Walla Walla Foundation is gearing up for is next Downtown Academy — this time with a focus on capitalization.
A history making music festival will double the size of the community for one weekend this summer.
It had been six months since the mastectomy when the woman came to Darcey Benzel’s M-Powered for help.
LoanStar Home Lending celebrates its new location with an open house and ribbon cutting next week.
From the board room to the sport court. It’s Corporate Cup time.
It’s the cinnamon roll with cream cheese cupcake for the win.
A man who writes about the wine industry and another known for the grapes he’s grown are among those in line as honorees during the 28th annual Auction of Washington Wines coming this summer.
Walla Walla’s newest grocery wants to get to know the neighbors.
Key Technology Inc. announced today it has laid off about 4 percent of its workforce in a strategic cost reduction initiative.
The Courtyard by Marriott on Rose Street is more than just a new hotel for Walla Walla.
The Washington Wine Industry Foundation is looking for leaders.
A program on budgeting, banking and personal finance will pay off for participants next month. Literally.
A downtown retail space that had been known for outfitting homes is keeping a focus on the kitchen with a new tenant.
Commercial and artisan vendors are coming back for a landing at Walla Walla’s annual hot air balloon festival.
MILTON-FREEWATER — A celebration ceremony at the Sykes Enterprises Inc. customer call center had a familiar ring Tuesday.
Columbia Fresh Packing, a division of Walla Walla’s Columbia Fresh Produce, has passed an audit and received USDA certification for Good Agricultural Practices and Good Handling Practices, the company announced.
Does Jazzercise conjure images of funky headbands and ’80s getups?
Providence St. Mary Medical Center’s green rooftop takes a world stage in April.
The College Place Public School District is going to market for tenants of its new school-based business mall.
The owners of the former Blue Mountain Mall property are still shopping for tenants, despite a social media post this week that linked to what appeared to be a very specific vision for the property.
The latest sorting equipment from Walla Walla manufacturer Key Technology specializes in grading dates.
The Walla Walla Country Club is teeing up for a major drive. For membership, that is.
If you’re looking forward to a pie from Why Not Pizza, the countdown is on.
Nothing to do in Walla Walla? How about fall in love?
Whitehouse-Crawford will be tasting through the wines of Italy right here in Walla Walla.