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Gonzaga launches initiative to meet educational, health needs in northeast Spokane

Gonzaga University announced the Opportunity Northeast initiative last week, two years after the school embarked on a listening tour to learn about issues and perceptions from the people who live and work in northeast Spokane. The initiative will build upon existing programs to focus on unmet educational, health and safety needs.

A gusty Northeast cleans up after storm for the record books

A record-breaking autumn storm plunged hundreds of thousands of people into the dark, toppled trees, canceled schools and delayed trains in the Northeast, while persistent winds Thursday hampered efforts to clean up and restore power.

Council President Ben Stuckart, GSI at odds over Northeast Public Development Authority hire

David Guthrie will lead the Northeast Public Development Authority, an entity created eight years ago in an attempt to bring economic redevelopment to a depressed and contaminated industrial area on the fringes of the city limits. Guthrie assumes the office as City Hall and Spokane County remain locked in talks about how to best share tax revenue if the district were to include areas beyond the city limits.

Two public forums planned to discuss Spokane County Jail

Some local officials have mulled whether the county needs additional jail space, while some argue jail crowding should be alleviated by curbing or eliminating the use of cash bail to keep people incarcerated before trial.