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  • Development of former Painted Hills golf course on hold

    Development of the former Painted Hills golf course is on hold, awaiting an updated traffic analysis and other details from the property owners.


  • Scott Chesney remains mum on specific reasons for ouster

    Scott Chesney, Spokane’s planning director who was abruptly ousted from his position last week, said Wednesday he was taking the “high road” and ending his role at the city. Chesney …


  • Ousted Scott Chesney gains support of Spokane developers

    Within a day of being ousted as Spokane’s planning director, Scott Chesney gained influential supporters both within and outside City Hall. Walt Worthy, developer of the Grand Hotel Spokane being …


  • The Dirt

    Clinic to open in Perry District Community Health Association of Spokane (CHAS) has leased space for a new health services clinic in the Perry Plaza in the South Perry Neighborhood.


  • The Dirt

    Rosauers adding Suncrest store Spokane’s Rosauers Supermarkets is building a $3.1 million store in the Suncrest area in Stevens County.


  • KXLY, parks department land deal in the works

    A land deal is in the works that could expand soccer fields on the South Hill in exchange for opening more property along South Regal Street to retail development. Owners …


  • South Regal Lumber Yard relocating to East 57th Avenue

    Spokane’s South Regal Lumber Yard, a South Hill fixture for builders and do-it-yourselfers for decades, will relocate later this year. The company’s owners recently sold the land under the store, …


  • Spokane Valley’s Painted Hills Golf Course sold

    Painted Hills Golf Course in Spokane Valley is under new ownership, but that doesn’t end the uncertainty about its fate. Dave Black of Black Realty Inc. submitted the only bid …


  • Golf course in Spokane Valley sells for $1.1 million

    The Painted Hills Golf Course in Spokane Valley is under new ownership, but that doesn’t end the uncertainty about its fate.


  • Graffiti takes aim at Target developer

    The developer of a controversial Target big-box store on the South Hill appears to be the target of graffiti spray-painted at the entrance of the subdivision where he lives. Someone …


  • Here’s the Dirt: Old Bulldog Tavern gets new business

    The former Bulldog Tavern near Gonzaga University will reopen later this year as Chairs Coffee & Public House.


  • New Ben Burr Road plan proposed

    A plan to close a segment of Ben Burr Road just south of 57th Avenue has been abandoned in favor of a proposal to relocate the road 150 feet to …


  • South Hill Target proposal moves forward

    Concerned residents who fought to add pedestrian-friendly features in a proposed Target retail project on the South Hill gained a little ground Wednesday during a City Hall hearing. Residents persuaded …


  • Lowe’s gets OK to relocate North Side store

    The remodeling and construction market may be soft, but national retailer Lowe’s is going forward with plans to relocate its north Spokane store to a bigger spot three blocks away. …


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