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40 Under Forty: Creating virtual medicine & cupcakes

A trail-blazing guide to creating new technology-enabled models for delivery of health care and a former unhappy accountant who is now "truly fulfilled" by frosting cupcakes in her store at 4 a.m. are today's featured "40 Under Forty" honorees.

July 2015

State sees modest job growth in June

Washington saw modest job growth in June, resulting in a 5.3 percent unemployment rate for the month, on a preliminary, seasonally adjusted basis, according to estimates by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.

July 2015

Local security hires for U.S. Open exceeds goal

More good economic news from the U.S. Open: Over 340 University Place residents were hired to fill temporary security positions at the tournament, exceeding the pre-event goal set by members of the University Place City Council.

July 2015

New Seattle office for Heritage Bank

Olympia-based Heritage Bank has announced the opening of a new downtown Seattle office.

July 2015

Council sends $12 minimum wage to ballot

On Tuesday, July 14 the Tacoma City Council passed a proposal to put a $12 minimum wage on the ballot, 7-1. Councilmember David Boe cast the lone no vote.

July 2015

Telling local stories & helping business grow

A Gig Harbor native and another who grew up in Olympia are each applying their professional skill sets to further advance the South Sound. Tourism promotion and financing local business ventures are their focus.

July 2015

Unclaimed property workshops for businesses in Tacoma

The Washington State Department of Revenue will conduct a pair of workshops tomorrow in Tacoma to educate businesses on unclaimed property.

July 2015

Tacoma gets D grade in renter survey

Tacoma’s home sales market may be on the rise, but the city’s renters are apparently none too satisfied.

July 2015

Four South Sound hospitals named 'Most Wired'

Hospitals & Health Networks' annual Most Wired Survey gave top marks to MultiCare Health System, Madigan Army Medical Center, Mason General Hospital and St. Elizabeth Hospital.

July 2015

40 Under Forty: A nurse and a business exec ‘caring’ for others

Two doctoral studies students are members of 2015 "40 Under Forty" class. Public health advocate and nurse Jamilia Sherls and experienced business security manager Judd Johnson each are making significant impacts on their community.

July 2015
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