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Monday, November 18, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Downtown construction of Lincoln and Monroe streets will be completed next year

A single layer of asphalt will be laid down on Lincoln and Monroe streets downtown to allow full traffic flow during the winter, following a busy summer that left some …

Getting There: Major roadwork heading into final phases

Major road projects around the Inland Northwest are moving into their final phases while some projects reach completion

Spokane officials: Complicated downtown road construction could extend to next year

City staff overseeing the $3.1 million road reconstruction project in downtown Spokane urged patience Monday as they deal with labyrinthine utility infrastructure underground. Closing streets and paying overtime may not …

Shawn Vestal: Division Street beautification a testament to possibility

For the longest time, “Division Street exit” was code for “Spokane’s ugly front door.” Now it’s an example of what Spokane can do.

Getting There: Lincoln Street redesigned with pond in mind

A newly rebuilt section of Lincoln Street on Spokane’s South Hill contains an innovative system for gathering and reusing storm water in Cannon Hill Park. Mayor Mary Verner led a …

Jim Kershner: Lincoln roadwork reveals link to the past

You might be surprised by what you find when you scrape Spokane’s surface. Earlier this week, construction crews scraped the asphalt from Lincoln Street – as part of the enormous …

Lincoln Street work begins

The long-awaited reconstruction of Lincoln Street south of 17th Avenue begins this morning in a four-month project that will add a new environmental element to Spokane streets: storm water gardens. …

Lincoln Street work to wait

The Lincoln Street rehabilitation and storm water project, which was on the list of street improvement projects to be finished in 2009, has been postponed to early 2010. The street …

Stormwater diversion will ease river pollution

Spokane city stormwater engineers think they’ve come up with a way to reduce pollution going into the Spokane River, and they have enlisted the support of residents in the Manito/Cannon …