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  • Cowles Co. buying downtown Macy’s building

    The company that owns River Park Square has won the bidding to the recently closed Macy’s in downtown Spokane. The announcement was made today by Centennial Properties, a subsidiary of …


  • City refinances River Park Square bonds

    The city of Spokane is refinancing its River Park Square bonds, which officials say will save $1.9 million over ten years.


  • City Council will discuss River Park Square expansion plan

    A plan that would effectively expand River Park Square needs more than brick and mortar. It needs city property. Centennial Real Estate Investments, a sister company of River Park Square, …


  • Spokane rally against hate draws about 30

    About 30 people walked in Riverfront Park, through the River Park Square atrium, by the Easter Bunny and along downtown Spokane sidewalks to spread, they said, a message against hate. …


  • Marchers say hate not tolerated in Spokane

    About 30 people walked in Riverfront Park, through the River Park Square atrium, by the Easter Bunny and along downtown Spokane sidewalks to spread, they said, a message against hate.


  • River Park Square to expand to the east

    River Park Square in downtown Spokane will expand to the east with a two-story addition at Main Avenue and Wall Street, according to a news release.


  • First ‘Flash-Bach’ concert today at noon

    World-renowned cellist Zuill Bailey will play a free “Flash-Bach” concert at noon today in the River Park Square atrium. The event is one of six concerts planned in surprise locations …


  • Junior officers try on vests for size during police academy

    Garrett Mosar has wanted to be a police officer since he was 2. As he tried on a heavy police vest and had his picture taken Saturday afternoon at Spokane …


  • 600 kids pack first-ever Spokane Junior Police Academy

    Turnout was high on Saturday for the Spokane Police Department’s first Junior Police Academy.


  • Parking ticket led police to ‘Roscoe Bandit’ suspect

    On top of the years in prison he faces after he was accused this week of robbing four banks in Washington, the man the FBI believes is the “Roscoe Bandit” …


  • Parking ticket helps nab alleged Spokane bank robber

    On top of the years in prison he faces after he was accused this week of robbing four banks in Washington, the man the FBI believes is the “Roscoe Bandit” …


  • The Dirt: Litehouse buys office space in Sandpoint

    Litehouse buys office space Sandpoint-based Litehouse Foods is buying a portion of a Coldwater Creek building in Kootenai, Idaho, to use as its corporate headquarters, the company said in a …


  • River Park Square branch of Auntie’s Bookstore to close

    Spokane-based homegrown Auntie’s Bookstore announced it’s closing its River Park Square shop, after three years of not being able to grab enough shoppers in the downtown mall. The final day …


  • Spokane Santa has seen just about everything in 39 years

    Editor’s note: Parents may wish to review this article before allowing young children to read it. If you’ve lived in Spokane for long, chances are you, your children or your …


  • Q and A with St. Nick

    The Spokesman-Review recently sat down for an interview with Santa Claus, during a break from his duties at River Park Square. Santa sipped his favorite beverage – a peppermint latte. …


  • Getting There: Spokane airport buys land near future runway

    Spokane International Airport is expanding its land holdings to the southwest with the acquisition of 844 acres of unimproved land off the end of a future runway. Louisa Mager of …


  • Celebrate recycling at Mobius Science Center

    The Spokane Regional Solid Waste System is celebrating its 17th annual recycling campaign in conjunction with America Recycles Day, Nov. 15. The theme for the Spokane campaign is “I Want …


  • Main Avenue closed Saturday for group yoga

    A portion of Main Avenue will be closed Saturday morning for a group yoga session to celebrate the opening of Lululemon Athletica.


  • Here’s the Dirt: Business Cents has new home

    Business Cents, a provider of QuickBooks consulting and training for business customers, is moving from the Century 21 building in Liberty Lake to a 1,000-square-foot office in Rock Point Tower, …


  • A new tradition: Christmas tree a River Park Square ritual

    Standing tall this season over the many people in busy pursuit of those last few gifts for Christmas is one of Spokane’s largest Christmas trees – the several-stories high tree …


  • Despite Spokane setting, ‘Red Dawn’ feels foreign

    They manage to pronounce Spokane the right way. But nearly everything else about “Spokane” in the new war-adventure film “Red Dawn” doesn’t ring true, several moviegoers said after the film’s …


  • Vehicle fire at mall forces unwelcome intermission

    Robyn Gett stood on the sidewalk outside River Park Square on Saturday with her small popcorn and soda, watching the commotion. She was in the middle of previews at the …


  • Changes to noise ordinance could alter city’s soundscape

    Late last year, a violinist began showing up in front of River Park Square. He played popular music that could be heard at least a block away and often drew …


  • Fatal fall from garage a possible suicide

    A 15-year-old girl died after falling from the River Park Square garage in downtown Spokane Wednesday.


  • Christmas Tree Elegance is twice as nice this year

    Spokane’s annual Christmas Tree Elegance will be twice as elegant this holiday season. Elaborately decorated themed trees, with accompanying prize packages, will be raffled not only at the usual location, …


  • High-tech meters get new test

    They’re back. High-tech Seattle-style parking meters were installed Wednesday along four blocks of downtown Spokane and in a city-owned parking lot next to City Hall as part of an experiment.


  • Locally made T. rex leaves small environmental footprint

    There’s a new toy in town but its origins are positively prehistoric. The Recyclosaur, a Tyrannosaurus rex model kids can decorate, made its retail debut in April at Whiz Kids …


  • Wendle plans showrooms for Infiniti and beyond

    Spokane’s Wendle Motors has begun building a $1 million showroom for its growing line of Infiniti vehicles. The North Spokane dealership, at 9000 N. Division St., expects the 6,000-square-foot showroom …


  • Doug Clark: Canned-food replicas defy hunger, gravity

    As a sign of my revered and sophisticated stature, I was asked to judge a major downtown art exhibit. OK. That’s stretching things a bit.


  • Bomb doesn’t change parade plan

    Less than a week after a bomb was found along the route of the annual march commemorating Martin Luther King Jr., police are planning for another walk through downtown by …


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