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  • Spokane Law Enforcement Museum must relocate

    The Spokane Law Enforcement Museum needs a new home. The space it has occupied since 2010 on the lower level of the Parsons Hotel at 1201 W. First Ave. is …

  • Senate bill would help local housing projects apply for federal funds

    A return to normalcy in the way Congress doles out federal dollars could be a boon to housing in the region. The Senate Appropriations Committee signed off Thursday on a …

  • Northeast neighborhoods plan spring cleanup April 28

    Hillyard, Bemiss and Whitman neighborhoods are having their annual spring cleaning on April 28. The neighborhoods partner with Rebuilding Together Spokane, Serve Spokane and Spokane Housing Authority to help residents …

  • Occupancy standards tightened for housing aid

    Changes to the Spokane Housing Authority’s housing voucher program could make for some tight living arrangements. Because of budget cuts, the agency is implementing new occupancy standards and will pay …

  • New apartments cause angst

    The Spokane Housing Authority is spending $6.5 million on a complete renovation of the former Hillyard High School, now named the Agnes Kehoe Place. Construction began last fall, and the …

  • Smoking ban at low-income properties has mixed support

    The Spokane Housing Authority, one of the Spokane area’s biggest landlords to the poor, is banning smoking in individual apartments and common spaces at all its residential properties. The no-smoking …

  • Arc of Spokane consolidating in former Inland Power site

    Arc of Spokane will consolidate its programs for the developmentally disabled next spring into the former Inland Power and Light Co. building at 320 E. Second Ave. Executive Director Greg …

  • Woman sues over housing assistance

    A disabled mother living on federal assistance could very well end up homeless after inheriting money from her father who died last year. The sum, $60,000, is not enough to …

  • Martindale gets $2.5 million loan

    More low-income housing has been earmarked for Spokane. Washington state will lend the Spokane Housing Authority more than $2.5 million to help turn the old Hillyard High School into apartments …

  • Renovators turn Helena into the Pearl on Adams

    The Spokane Housing Authority’s long transformation of the former Helena Apartments is nearing completion. The building’s old name, associated with a dark moment in downtown Spokane history, has been scrubbed …



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