Archive of: South Sound

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Unemployment rates dropping

The preliminary July unemployment rates for Washington state and most South Sound counties continue to show improvement, according to this morning’s data release from Employment Security Department.

August 2014

Port commission considers LNG terminal lease

Port of Tacoma commissioners are expected to consider a lease with Puget Sound Energy for a 33-acre site and pier on Alexander Avenue at their regular Thursday meeting.

August 2014

Safety awards for Olympia firm

Buds & Blades Landscape Company was recently awarded its second consecutive No Vehicle Accidents and No Days Away from Work awards.

August 2014

D.C. reps to get JBLM construction update

Senator Patty Murray and Congressmen Adam Smith and Denny Heck will receive a construction update at Joint Base Lewis McChord tomorrow morning.

August 2014

Construction error to cost Scarsella Bros. $36k

A Puget Sound construction company will pay a penalty of $12,000 for illegally decommissioning groundwater monitoring wells in Kent and Auburn, putting groundwater at risk of contamination from polluted surface water runoff.

August 2014

From BE: Next Gen leaders, full hotels, Spaceworks on Hilltop

In today’s bi-weekly Business Examiner edition, Content Manager Arnie Aurellano meets members of 2014 “40 Under Forty” to learn how this “Next Gen” group feels about entrepreneurship, philanthropy and community.

August 2014

Earnings up for Kitsap Bank

Olympic Bancorp, parent company for Kitsap Bank, announced a 14 percent increase in profits for the first half of 2014.

August 2014

$150 million in claims against Ruston

Point Ruston LLC, the developer building out the former Asarco smelter Superfund site on Commencement Bay’s waterfront, has filed notices of claims totaling more than $150 million against the City of Ruston.

August 2014

Knock out, slow down :: 40 Under Forty

Taking risks and learning to slow down are both lessons learned and taught by today's "40 Under Forty" honorees. They come from financial advising and yoga, yet share some common ideas.

August 2014

Tickets about gone for U.S. Open

Next summer’s huge U.S. Open golf tournament at Chambers Bay is nearly sold out for individual tickets, unless you’re able to step up with “big bucks.”

August 2014
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