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Puyallup RE/MAX brokerages merge

A pair of Puyallup RE/MAX brokerages have merged, with the two companies continuing to do business in the community under the RE/MAX Honors brand.

September 2014

Washington skipped by SBA program

The state of Washington is missing from a roster of 50 entrepreneur advocates that will receive $50,000 grants, as announced by the U.S. Small Business Administration this week.

September 2014

‘Sick Leave’ returns to Tacoma City Council

An organization known as Healthy Tacoma, with support from the State Labor Council, plans to attend next Tuesday evening’s City Council meeting to press for employers to provide paid sick leave.

September 2014

Lewis County EMT suspended

State Department of Health officials have imposed a 15-year license suspension on Richard Lovel Crumbliss, an emergency medical technician, for unprofessional conduct.

September 2014

State Fair opens in Puyallup

Live cattle were running through downtown Puyallup this morning, the traditional beginning of a 114-year heritage that is now branded as Washington State Fair.

September 2014

Old Olympia fuel lot to be cleaned

Department of Ecology is seeking comments on a proposed cleanup work at the Industrial Petroleum Distributors site in Olympia. Atlantic Richfield Co., formerly owned the site at 1120 West Bay Drive NW.

September 2014

Housing market stable, with modest gains

Both the volume of residential sales and prices rose slightly from a year ago, although both slipped somewhat from July, according to new figures from Northwest Multiple Listing Service.

September 2014

Another good state economic forecast

The State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council heard good news in their Olympia meeting today. Overall, the preliminary September forecast sees job growth at 2.6 percent this year. Tax revenues are 3.5 percent above expectations.

September 2014

Take light rail to Seahawks game tomorrow

“12th Man” football fans from the South Sound are being encouraged to avoid driving hassles leading to the first regular season game tomorrow afternoon in Seattle.

September 2014

SBA funding for small biz int’l trade

The U.S. Small Business Administration today announced a $494,200 funding to support activities to increase exporting by small companies in Washington.

September 2014
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