Archive of: South Sound

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Inslee: Raise minimum wage, fund mental health, close tax breaks

During the State of the State speech, Gov. Jay Inslee celebrated a recovering economy and put forth several proposals that could impact businesses.

January 2016

New look coming for area Goodwill stores

A Jan. 21 ribbon cutting at Goodwill's 3121 South 38th St. store in Tacoma will officially launch a new look for the nonprofit's western Washington locations.

January 2016

Proposed rule would make businesses curb carbon pollution

The rule would require organizations responsible for 100,000 metric tons or more of greenhouses gases to reduce their carbon emissions by five percent every three years.

January 2016

New job opportunity for veterans: Cybersecurity

The SANS Institute and nonprofit RallyPoint/6 are working together to start the SANS VetSuccess Immersion Academy in Tacoma, prepping veterans for a career in cybersecurity.

December 2015

With new budget, Sound Transit has big plans for South Sound

Earlier today, the Sound Transit Board approved a $1.2 billion 2016 budget that provides $802.9 million in expansions, with an emphasis on light rail.

December 2015

WSLCB allows 222 new pot shops

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board approved a recommendation to increase the number of retail marijuana stores from the current cap of 334 to a new cap of 556.

December 2015

Forza Coffee Company closes down corporate stores

Forza Coffee Company, has closed down its last three corporate stores in Gig Harbor, DuPont and University Place

December 2015
Conerly: Growing economy, challenges ahead for South Sound

Conerly: Growing economy, challenges ahead for South Sound

At the South Sound Regional Economic Forecast & Innovation Expo, economist Bill Conerly gave his vision of what the South Sound economy may look like in 2016.

December 2015

Crews still working on power outages

For those woken up by the wind and the rain and the lightning and the thunder last night, it likely comes as no surprise that there was quite a mess left behind.

December 2015

Group Health VP: Acquisition result of consolidation frenzy

Dawn Loeliger, vice president of strategic development and deployment for Group Health Cooperative, explained economies of scale were necessary to stay competitive into the future.

December 2015
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