LANGLEY — Troubles with the ferry service between Keystone and Port Townsend has meant less money in the cash registers of island businesses.
BAYVIEW — At the young age of 11 and 14, Terra and Rohanna Wildon are seasoned business women.
For four years, they’ve been manufacturing body and home care products and selling them at the Bayview Farmers Market or by home order through their label Sweet Sisters. Initially, it was to raise some money for their horses.
CLINTON — Eating and preparing food is a necessary part of life. But for one Clinton resident processed foods are not on the menu.
Raven Odion, owner of Raven’s Nest, an in-home cooking school where she teaches people about a variety of healthy foods and methods to prepare them.
Lynn Tippery could have died two times over without knowing what killed her.
In the fall of 1992, Tippery, a South Whidbey Soroptimist member, had two heart attacks. She went into cardiac arrest twice and her heart stopped beating.
Two South End women fulfilled their dream to be their “own boss” and in the process they brought fine wine and cheeses to Langley.
Laurel Davis and Linda Shafer have opened 2nd Street Wine Shop and tasting room. It’s the newest business to hit Langley. The shop moved into the former home of Joe’s Island Music on Second Street.
With the pressure of New Year’s resolutions, many people who kicked off fitness regimes at the start of the year end up sabotaging their plans only weeks later.
But Curves for Women in Bayview offers a proven 30-minute workout routine and a new class to keep exercisers on track this year.
CLINTON — There is a new company in the South End that is looking for people and businesses who want to make a bigger splash on the Web.
With more than 150 million Web sites already in existence, it’s easy to see why. Richard Consulting, a Clinton Web site design and online presence business, aims to help its customers be seen past all the flotsam.
FREELAND — A new billiards hall will cue up on the South End next month.
Houdini’s Billiards will open for business Jan. 2 in the business park in Freeland behind the new Windermere office, across the street from the Island Athletic Club.
FREELAND — For almost a year, the new Windermere Real Estate building has been taking shape on the corner of Freeland Avenue and Highway 525.
Now, it’s time for staff and real estate agents to move into their new digs.
The new Gratitude Gallery on the first floor of the Bayview Cash Store is celebrating its grand opening today.
A reception for the Gratitude Gallery artists will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Bayview Cash Store, located at 5603 Bayview Road.
LANGLEY — Twenty years ago Joe Patrick opened up a small shop in Langley.
Ever since, Joe’s Island Music has become a Langley landmark for the musical masses. This Saturday the store will celebrate another watershed moment: its move to a new location on Anthes Street. And besides its new digs, the store also has a new owner.
FREELAND — When Gabriele Schoening runs her hands over a client about 2 inches from the body — and her own body starts swaying with the energy, sometimes making a jerky movement — skeptics may wonder how such a treatment could make a difference.