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South Sound unemployment inches down, except for Pierce

With the exception of Pierce County, unemployment in the South Sound saw a tick downward in April.

May 2016

SeaTac hotel is ‘Excellent’

A national industry association has recognized the Raddisson Hotel in SeaTac from more than 400 nominated properties for its overall excellence in serving guests and its community.

May 2016

GSA to stay in Auburn, downsize

Plans announced last year that might have seen the federal government GSA complex in Auburn be totally vacated are now being revised to have some General Services Administration activity remain on less than half the current property footprint.

May 2016
Green River college faculty on strike

Green River college faculty on strike

Administrators at Green River Community College have not said how classes are being affected by today's beginning of a three-day strike by faculty members and instructors. Union officials planned to have picket lines at both Auburn campuses as well as at Kent Station and in Enumclaw.

May 2016

New leader for UWT business school

A former professor and academic administrator in New Mexico, Idaho and Oregon will be the next dean at UWT's Milgard School of Business.

May 2016

Personal economic security & community

Bringing community resources and action together on behalf of poor and working families is a goal of Tuesday's all-day program to be held in Lacey.

May 2016

Three awards for Auburn-based Donovan Brothers

Auburn-based commercial and industrial contractor Donovan Brothers, Inc., has been recognized with three Excellence in Construction awards at the Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington’s 2016 awards banquet.

May 2016

Franke Tobey Jones unveils expansion plan

Tacoma retirement community Franke Tobey Jones has unveiled a three-phase expansion plan that will increase capacity from the current 190 residents to over 280.

May 2016
43-unit affordable housing project coming to Olympia

43-unit affordable housing project coming to Olympia

Next Friday, May 27, the Low Income Housing Institute will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for a new 43-unit affordable apartment building in downtown Olympia.

May 2016

Road renamed to recognize late Port of Tacoma leader

The late Philip Martin Lelli, who was elected seventeen times as president of Tacoma Longshore Union 23 and was a former Port of Tacoma commissioner, will have a road named after him.

May 2016
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