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UPDATED: Wed., Dec. 11, 2019

Shoplifiting incident at North Town Mall turns into brawl

A group of kids attempted to steal about $400 worth of items from NorthTown mall before being stopped by security which led to an altercation between the children, one of …


Then and Now: NorthTown Mall

Eastern Washington’s largest mall began as a cluster of shops surrounding an Albertson’s grocery store in the 1950s. Today, it houses a movie theater and several remaining department stores after …


Santa Claus continues decades-old tradition of visits to Spokane malls

The technology and requests may be different than they were at the old Crescent or Bon Marche department stores, but children still line up every year to bend the ear …


As Sears declares bankruptcy, the retailers’ storied history in Spokane mirrors its rise and fall

While Sears is a wholly American story, it’s a Spokane story as well. Its rise was more than evident here, as the retailer built the city’s most modern department store …


UPDATED: Tue., Oct. 31, 2017

NorthTown H&M store set for Nov. 16 opening

It’s the second Spokane-area location for the retailer, which opened a Spokane Valley Mall store in 2012.


Calling all dysfunctional families

Maybe the children of Spokane are model citizens. Or maybe parents don’t want national primetime audiences to know how bad they are.