Restaurateurs say 25% indoor dining capacity is a start, but 50% is needed to sustain operations, employees
As soon as he could, Jim Rhoades rolled up the garage door that takes up an entire wall of Rock City Grill to take advantage of Washington state’s new guidelines loosening some COVID-19 restrictions on restaurants.
A childhood hobby of playing video games has turned into a thriving business for Matt McKerall.
Spokane-based Spiceology is expanding into a new production facility and office in the Playfair Commerce Park, according to a recent building permit application filed with the city.
Almost two dozen Spokane-area nonprofits and other organizations involved with COVID-19 relief efforts will receive $500,000 from the managers of MultiCare Health System’s Inland Northwest Region’s Community Partnership Fund.
Costco is closing all of its in-store photo centers, effective February 14, according to an email the company sent to customers.
Kootenai County's home prices soared in December as a lack of available homes and high demand persisted in the region.
The number of new jobless claims in the state dropped last week as seasonal layoffs in construction and agriculture leveled off, resulting in fewer initial benefit applications, according to the Washington State Employment Security Department.
Wolffy’s Hamburgers, a 1950s-style diner near Gonzaga University, is permanently closing Saturday, according to a letter taped to the restaurant’s front door.
Advanced Dermatology & Skin Surgery has partnered with a Nashville, Tennessee-based dermatology physician services organization.
Despite a global pandemic, Spokane County’s housing market shattered records in 2020 as low inventory and high demand caused the median home price to soar to its highest level in history – issues that likely will have a continuing impact through this year.
The future was bright for Spokane-area construction contractors at the beginning of 2020, with several projects in the pipeline and many more to come. But then the pandemic struck.
Nearly five months after opening the Spokane area’s first residential building made with cross-laminated timber, developers behind the Blockhouse Life project are looking to expand the concept to Kendall Yards.
The number of jobless claims rose last week with an influx of laid-off workers in the construction, accommodation and food services sectors seeking benefits, according to the Washington State Employment Security Department.
Kaspien is partnering with an Ohio-based company to expand omnichannel services for consumer technology brands.
As more people are choosing to shop online during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s been a boon to Revival Tea Co.’s e-commerce business.
When The Spokesman-Review moved its print publishing operations to Spokane Valley last year, it ended a 125-year run of printing newspapers downtown but provided a local company with opportunity to expand.
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