It’s time for a retail harvest, so to speak, at My Grandmother’s Garden.
From parole to payroll: A final rule from the U.S. Small Business Administration for the Microloan Program offers a potential helping hand to those re-entering the workforce.
A contribution to SonBridge Dental Clinic from Pacific Power should help bring smiles to those who need them.
Huge Midwest thunderstorm cells were making a move into the community on Day 2 of the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover. Not long after dawn, thousands of people camping on the lawns at Wartburg College were being evacuated in anticipation of lightning, 50-60 mph winds, potential hail and certainly rain on the day Mumford & Sons was to headline the music festival.
It’s hard to say whether it’s construction or the changing food scene that’s affected lunch service at downtown cafe Coffee Perk.
When it comes to Walla Walla merlot, California is in for some stiff competition, according to one of the country’s most accomplished Master Sommeliers.
How do the owners of Burwood Brewing Co. intend to celebrate their first year in operation?
Walla Walla’s original cyber cafe is officially offline.
Father’s Day weekend has prompted two businesses to hold events to celebrate dads.
The first in a series of “pop-up” dinners at Bacon & Eggs opens Friday. Chef Sarah Wong, not just a chef instructor at Seattle Culinary Academy but also skilled in butchery, will follow her three-course dinner Friday with a butchering class Saturday. The dinner will have two seatings.
The clock is ticking on Walla Walla’s Vietnamese noodle eatery, slated for closure at 123 W. Alder St. by the end of the month.
The Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomes downtown olive oil and vinegar bar D’Olivo to the neighborhood with a noon ribbon-cutting event today.
In a new piece for Zagat posted online Thursday, food and wine writer Leslie Kelly highlights local fare in “8 Reasons to Drive to Walla Walla Right Now.”
An Alder Street building known as a former destination for beauty services may be the latest Port of Walla Walla property acquisition as the economic development agency makes a play for an expanding tech firm.
Another Tri-Cities location in the works for GRAZE sandwiches will give owners John and Becca Lastoskie a full plate.
A startup distillery will become the newest tenant at the Port of Walla Walla’s Piper Avenue incubator facility.
“Promises made, promises kept.”
A new survey makes a case for Walla Walla as a great place to launch a law career.
With every hotel room and vacation rental in Walla Walla booked for August’s Gentlemen of the Road Stopover, local officials are reportedly knocking on the neighbors’ doors to find more space for visitors.
A standard was never really standard under the spell of Kate Morrison.
Dean A. Wood has joined the AAA Washington Insurance Agency in Walla Walla as an agent.
Rick Craig, manager of the College Place Umpqua Bank branch, has been named the company’s 2014 Store Manager of the Year.
Plans are in gear for a celebration of the reopened and expanded Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Walla Walla dealership Friday.
Scratch the title “volunteer,” and make it “Fan Staff.”
The busiest May on the books turned into the busiest month ever for Walla Walla air travel.
May was not only Walla Walla’s biggest closing month for home sales of the year so far, it was also as busy as the busiest month in 2014, according to figures posted Monday.
You may know it as a place to make a deposit. But Banner Bank is also recognized for how much money it gives.
The Maple Counter Cafe has mouths watering at “Only in Your State.”
Bloggers and writers brought here by brands such as Buick offer a twist on building recognition.
The Blue Mountain Land Trust invites the community to explore “Peas on Earth.”
Visitors spent more than $120 million in Walla Walla in 2014, the best year yet for local tourism, according to a new report.
If downtown and other sections of Walla Walla seem a bit fresher, a bit cleaner, you may want to thank a Windermere Walla Walla agents.
It’s a party on the Plumb patio.
A picnic in a vineyard. A stroll through a historic district. A kiss near a passing combine.
With the sun staying out a few hours later, so will Salumiere Cesario.
A new label completes a packaging changeover for Woodward Canyon Winery’s second label, Nelms Road.
It’s a fundraising event that gets tongues and tails wagging.
The first piece of a major taxiway rehabilitation at the Walla Walla Regional Airport is financially set for takeoff with a $1 million grant announced Tuesday from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
For players of tradeable card game “Magic: The Gathering,” the squelching leeches had grown strong in their control of the local swamps.
Any time you’re curious if you’ve reached the Northwest’s newest federally designated American Viticultural Area, look down.
Port of Walla Walla Airport Industrial Park tenants will see anywhere from a 2 percent to a 3 percent rent increase on buildings each year for the next five years, plus another 5 percent a year on water and sewer rates.
A not-so-new trading card business is shuffling back into Walla Walla’s mainstream commercial hub.
The Pacific Northwest Barbecue Association will bring its grills to Main Street for the first Sweet Onion BBQ Bash at this year’s Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival.
It’s a Fish Fry Friday trifecta at Salumiere Cesario.
It will be another year before construction transforms the former Blue Mountain Mall into new retail destination Walla Walla Towne Center.
Wine Wednesday at the Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center offers guests some one-on-one time with local winemakers.
In the running for Sunset Magazine’s Best Food Town in the West title, Walla Walla got edged by a more seasoned culinary community.
On Tuesday, passengers cemented the month as the best May on the books as commercial carrier Alaska Airlines surpassed 3,000 passengers, said the company’s acting Walla Walla Manager Jasen Downey.
At least 23 Walla Walla Valley wineries will pour at least 40 wines during the U.S. Open Golf Championship at Chambers Bay, according to online coverage making the rounds from Great Northwest Wine.
Waterbrook Winery is hooking anglers with its annual Fly Fishing Fair.