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  • Festival of Homes will offer tours

    The Spokane Home Builders Association will present its ninth annual Fall Festival of Homes Friday through Sunday and Oct. 4 through 6 at various locations throughout Spokane County. Homes in …

  • Spokane OKS early citizen initiative review

    The battle at the ballot box briefly entered City Hall on Monday night, as supporters and opponents of Envision Spokane’s Bill of Rights squabbled over changes to the initiative process. …

  • Proposed initiatives in Spokane may get fight

    The city of Spokane may have grounds to challenge two proposed charter amendments and seek court orders to keep them off the ballot, lawyers have told the Spokane City Council. …

  • Playhouse auction will benefit kids

    Budget cuts at youth programs and community centers across town were on Kim Ferraro’s mind when she was on a trip to Montana last year. Ferraro is the executive director …

  • New-home construction on rise across region after dismal 2011

    Danny Sullivan, owner of Danny Sullivan Construction, said 2012 has been his company’s busiest year ever. He adds with a laugh, however, that he started the Spokane business six years …

  • Anonymous input on permits sought

    It is not unusual for elected officials to ask their constituents their opinion on certain issues that are being discussed in the halls of government. Last year when the city …

  • Here’s the Dirt: Green design earns LEED silver

    NAC Architecture’s self-designed expansion in downtown Spokane has received a LEED silver certification for environment-friendly features like natural lighting and minimization of water use. The $2.5 million, 10,000-square-foot addition at …

  • Homebuilders will showcase ‘green’ models in Liberty Lake

    Two years ago the Spokane Home Builders Association got its energy-friendly feet wet by hosting a “Built Green” home improvement show at the fairgrounds. Next month, the association is hosting …

  • Opponents’ fundraising exceeds that of bill of rights supporters

    The fight over a proposed Spokane city charter amendment may dwarf the campaign spending of candidates who will share the November general election with the ballot issue. Opponents of a …

  • Envision Spokane says ‘smear campaign’ already in works

    The Spokane City Council has a hearing Monday night on putting the Community Bill of Rights on the November ballot. No one who fancies him- or herself an astute political …



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