The search is on for a new director of The Kids’ Place.
HERMISTON — The Hermiston location of Pendleton Grain Growers will close after all.
WALLA WALLA — The reopening of the Walla Walla Area Small Business Center a little less than three years ago was considered a revival attributed to the need in the community for business advisory services.
WALLA WALLA — The next term for Port of Walla Walla commissioners could start with a pay increase.
If good fences, indeed, make good neighbors, the Walla Walla Gun Club and Walla Walla Drag Strip could find themselves in a much chummier relationship with the Port of Walla Walla.
A new executive chef is right in his element at the The Marc and the Vineyard Lounge.
A society/culture website dedicated to sniffing out the “best, newest and most under-appreciated places and ways to eat, drink and travel” has taken heed of Dayton’s mead.
Organizers of the Downtown Farmers Market are saluting growers this weekend in celebration of Farmers Market Month.
WALLA WALLA — A downtown tasting room is reframing its operation with a major move into the space of a longtime local business.
WALLA WALLA — Albertsons customers should keep an eye on their debit and credit statements after a data breach was discovered at stores in nine states, including Washington, officials say.
The fifth annual Dunham Days will take off this weekend with tethered hot air balloon rides, along with live music, food, art and wine.
Walla Walla attorney John M. Reese, is leaving his practice at Reese, Baffney, Frol & Grossman, and will offer his services at McAdams, Ponti, Wernette and Van Dorn, starting Sept. 1.
Blue Valley Meats is heating up the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with an enticement for customers.
WALLA WALLA — With buyers set up for half of its locations, Pendleton Grain Growers will check out of its remaining ag retail stores, including those in Milton-Freewater, Athena and Pendleton, the farmers cooperative announced Thursday.
Walla Walla Pediatric Dentistry is working to put smiles on kids’ faces through the gift of new school supplies.
Workplace safety will be the focus of two training sessions offered next month by Washington State Crime Prevention Association, Walla Walla Area Crime Watch and the Walla Walla Police Department.
Ready for the sophomore release from Sleight of Hand Cellars? And we’re not talking about wine.
WALLA WALLA — A nearly $150,000 federal transportation grant will pave the way for three new projects to improve pedestrian mobility throughout the city.
WALLA WALLA — Among the berries, greens and signature Walla Walla Sweet Onions at the Downtown Farmers Market may soon come grapes and hops — in liquid form.
The vendors of the Artisan Food Center at Blue Mountain Station are bringing their own flavor in a tribute event to Woodstock this weekend.
The new made-from-scratch McDonald’s has opened in Eastgate.
All signs point to a couple of new restaurants coming to Walla Walla.
A business known for fitness is focusing its latest movement on a back-to-school shoe drive.
A video recording studio on wheels will roll into downtown early this week to capture local residents’ “aha moments” and give them a shot at 30 seconds of fame, all at the same time.
Banner Corp., the Walla Walla parent company of Banner Bank, announced Thursday its plans to purchase Florence, Ore.,-based Siuslaw Financial Group Inc., in a move that will create the fourth-largest commercial bank in terms of assets headquartered in the Pacific Northwest.
BURBANK — What do you do when boring underground is proving unsuccessful on a multi-million dollar, multi-jurisdictional, underwater sewer pipeline?
Know of an entrepreneurial youngster already showing some CEO potential?
Construction will choke off traffic along a portion of downtown Walla Walla’s Colville Street for almost two weeks starting Monday.
Royalty will make its way to the Walla Walla Valley Farmers Market this weekend.
Air travel wasn’t just high-flying in Walla Walla last month.
Since Walla Walla’s new glampsite staked itself at the Walla Walla Regional Airport Industrial Park last month, the travel destination continues to grow.
WALLA WALLA — Three years after its opening, Walla Walla’s miniature golf course is not making par.
Dan Park, Whitman College’s physical plant director, has been honored with the 2014 Association of Physical Plant Administrators Pacesetter Award.
A storefront long known for wedding attire will mark its turn to wine Tuesday.
It will be beer for a benefit Aug. 21 at Salumiere Cesario.
WALLA WALLA — The work force settled in with laptops on a couch and cozy gem-colored chairs at Main Street Studios on a recent morning. There was a business consultant, a writer, a radio program producer, a sound technician, a hospitality manager and a self-proclaimed “hobo entrepreneur.”
The Downtown Walla Walla Foundation has found a new home on Main Street.
Baker Boyer Bank has announced the promotion of Cherié Engebretson from personal loan assistant to personal banking officer.
Gesa Credit Union is going dollar for dollar with members and residents who donate to survivors of the Carlton Complex Fires.
The deadline is approaching for nominations for the Business Awards Showcase presented by Baker Boyer Bank.
The Walla Walla wine industry isn’t just renowned for its vintages.
WALLA WALLA — No, this isn’t “Julia Caesar.”
The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin is revving up a new regional automotive advertising product called “509Autos.”
If you’re looking for a vineyard wedding, you might want to make your march to Three Rivers Winery, according to the maven of all things “good.”
The Walla Walla club wants an indoor range on airport grounds regulated by FAA and TSA.
A Walla Walla Gun Club proposal for a new indoor pistol, rimfire and archery range will need to be scoped out by a range of partners before the Port of Walla Walla can move forward, officials said.
A nearly 30-year-old Walla Walla accounting firm will soon transition from a partnership to sole ownership.
The latest guide to eating and drinking around Walla Walla offers something old, something new — something for everybody.
A Walla Walla product know for its stain release power is getting a spot on the shelves of a Dallas retailer famous for organization.
The Walla Walla winery, 4169 Peppers Bridge Road, will host a Barn Dance this Saturday with live music, line dancing and country fun.
It’ll be a “Big Night” for Three Rivers Winery on Friday.