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State's retail sales up 5 percent; Tacoma sees big jump

Seasonal growth in sales of lawn and garden equipment and continued increases in drug and health store sales helped boost second-quarter taxable retail sales 5 percent over the same period in 2016, reaching a total of $38.6 billion.

November 2017

More light rail cars ordered for Tacoma Link extension

The Sound Transit Board of Directors has approved an order for five additional light rail vehicles from Brookville Equipment Corporation for the Tacoma Link Extension.

November 2017

Western State patient info sent to wrong address

The Department of Social and Health Services’ Behavioral Health Administration has confirmed that a spreadsheet containing private information of 515 patients at Western State Hospital was sent to an incorrect email address.

November 2017

Regulators OK Heritage, Puget Sound Bank merger

Heritage Bank and Puget Sound Bank have jointly announced that the Washington Department of Financial Institutions and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation have approved their proposed merger.

November 2017

Tacoma's Theater on the Square selling naming rights

Broadway Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Tacoma is offering naming rights to the 302-seat Theater on the Square, a campaign the facility is calling the “$2.5 million deal of the decade.”

November 2017

Federal Way mover penalized by state regulators

A Federal Way company was among four residential moving businesses fined by state regulators for operating without permits.

November 2017

Progress at Port of Tacoma's Pier 4 reconfiguration

Port of Tacoma and the Northwest Seaport Alliance are celebrating progress on the reconfiguration of Husky Terminal to accommodate larger vessels.

November 2017

Farm Hall brings ag industry leaders to Lacey

Washington Policy Center is bringing together lawmakers and industry leaders in Lacey tomorrow for a Washington State Farm Hall, the second of three events designed to keep the state’s agriculture interests in the forefront of policy.

November 2017

Amazon looks for over 500 seasonal workers in Kent

Amazon has announced six days of hiring events to fill more than 500 seasonal positions for its fulfillment center in Kent.

November 2017

New tourism website for Kent

Kent has a new website, aptly named, to promote tourism to South King County's largest city.

November 2017
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