Visit Walla Walla has renamed its February is for Foodies promotion, calling it Walla Walla Restuarant Month with prix fixe menu options to-go due to the pandemic.
Ralph & Mike’s, Main Street Conoco and Beeline Auto Care represent a bygone era in the Walla Walla Valley business landscape. [SUBSCRIBER-ONLY CONTENT]
The NFL playoffs are underway this weekend, but a lot of bars and restaurants around the Walla Walla Valley are idle when ordinarily they’d be packed with hungry and thirsty fans. [SUBSCRIBER ONLY CONTENT]
By March 23, Apple had lost $435 billion in market value in about five weeks and many of its retail outlets were shut as the virus pandemic walloped the global economy and stock markets. Meanwhile, a report issued by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that 2% of small businesses surveyed had shut down permanently in March.
Short-term changes to area businesses, such as digital improvements and expanded delivery options, may become long-term benefits in 2021 and beyond. [SUBSCRIBER-ONLY CONTENT]
Owner Grant Richie and store operators Robert Corwin and Shawn Pierce together have steered the 5,000-square-foot facility in a new direction over the past 12 months. [SUBSCRIBER-ONLY CONTENT]
The multi-vendor marketplace in Dayton is in the former downtown Bluewood ski area office, which has undergone renovations. [SUBSCRIBER-ONLY CONTENT]
[SUBSCRIBER-ONLY CONTENT] The coronavirus pandemic has pretty turned life upside down for people around the world in 2020. So why not name a wine to send off the year as it deserves?
The Downtown Walla Walla Foundation, which promotes economic vitality and sponsors events in the downtown area, is changing its funding model in 2021 in hopes of drawing more donors.
Port of Walla Walla commissioners approved a $45.5 million budget for 2021, with two-thirds of it earmarked for federally funded airport projects.