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Work under way on new MultiCare/Franciscan psychiatric hospital

Demolition is under way at MultiCare Allenmore Hospital’s Building A to make way for the new behavioral health hospital partnership between Tacoma’s two leading health systems.

July 2017

SPSCC nursing program takes steps toward accreditation

The Nursing Program at South Puget Sound Community College has officially been granted initial candidacy status from the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation.

July 2017

Heritage adds new banking team in Portland

Heritage Bank is expanding its commercial banking operation in Portland, Ore.

July 2017

Census testing brings temp jobs to Pierce County

The next Census isn’t until 2020, but the U.S. Census Bureau is already preparing for it — and that means temporary jobs locally in the meantime.

July 2017

Congratulations to New Tacoma Awards winners

Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber has announced its New Tacoma Awards, which recognize businesses, organizations and individuals who make “outstanding contributions” to downtown Tacoma.

July 2017

Record low unemployment holds steady in June

Washington’s record-low unemployment rate held firm in June at 4.5 percent, despite preliminary estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showing the state gained 2,500 jobs over the month.

July 2017

New website for Seattle Southside tourist group

Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority, the destination marketing organization for Des Moines, SeaTac and Tukwila, has announced the launch of its newly revamped website.

July 2017

James Hardie announces plans to hire over 100

James Hardie Building Products Inc. has announced a jobs initiative to add over 100 new employees for its expanded manufacturing facility in Tacoma.

July 2017

Washington Federal earns $44 million in Q2

Washington Federal, which announced in April a merger agreement with Lacey’s Anchor Bank, has announced quarterly earnings of $44,112,000 for 2017 Q2.

July 2017

Attorney General fines Washington Budget and Policy Center

The Attorney General’s Office today announced that the Washington Budget and Policy Center will pay $30,545 over campaign finance violations.

July 2017
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