Unemployment claims are surging across the nation and the Secret Service recently confirmed there are scammers trying to add your name to the list of consumers collecting benefits.
With its track record of consistent annual revenue increases and its status as a provider of essentials during the COVID-19 shutdown and beyond, Walgreens looks like a prudent investment choice.
Stores across the country are reopening to a changed reality.
Like the coronavirus, crooks tend to target seniors. That has not changed in real estate.
Architecture NAC Architecture has hired Jada Endicott, Michael Wade and Angelo Uhl as architectural designers. Endicott is currently working on Selah Primary School in Selah, Washington, and the Spokane Falls Community College Building 17 renovation. She previously worked at Katerra in Spokane. Both Wade and Uhl are currently working on the Whitworth University Health Sciences Building. Additionally, Wade is designing the Belvedere High School modernization in Los Angeles. He previously worked for DGC Architects in Ellsworth, Maine. Uhl is designing Northwest Middle School in Spokane, and previously worked for Uptic Studios in Spokane.
Catholic Charities is moving forward with plans to build affordable-housing in northeast Spokane.
The first phase of a multifamily development in the University District could soon be underway.
Kent-based Puget Sound Pipe & Supply could be building an industrial warehouse on the West Plains.
Nearly half of Americans say they would not get in a self-driving taxi, according to a poll commissioned by the advocacy group Partners for Automated Vehicle Education.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, bike shop manager Tim Dunn prepared for empty stores and employees left with nothing to do. But Spokane followed a national trend in which Americans fell back in love with bicycles.
Fast-food restaurants – well equipped for drive-thru and takeout service – have fared better than sit-down restaurants as the coronavirus pandemic gripped the U.S., but that gap could start to close as dining rooms reopen.
Sales of existing homes plunged 17.8% in April with the real estate market still in the grips of the coronavirus pandemic.
Federal recommendations meant to keep meatpacking workers safe as they return to plants that were shuttered by the coronavirus have little enforcement muscle behind them, fueling anxiety that working conditions could put employees’ lives at risk.
Coronavirus-related concerns halted several development projects on the West Plains, but activity is beginning to pick up again to accommodate an expected influx of 5,000 new jobs in the area, officials say.
Spokane Valley-based Stay Alfred is permanently closing because of coronavirus-related financial struggles.
AT&T says it will stop advertising its wireless network as “5G Evolution” after a division of the Better Business Bureau determined that its language was misleading.
Despite tough talk from Gov. Jay Inslee, some Spokane-area businesses have opened despite not appearing to fit the definition of essential businesses.
Companies racing to get back to business are creating roles to keep employees and customers safe from a highly contagious virus – positions that may become even more in demand the longer time passes without a vaccine or treatment.
MultiCare announced an expansion of its heart institute on Monday, with the addition of 10 physicians from Heart Clinics Northwest.
Johnson & Johnson is ending sales of its iconic talc-based Johnson’s Baby Powder in the United States and Canada, where demand has dwindled amid thousands of lawsuits claiming it has caused cancer.
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