Archive of: Fife/Milton/Edgewood

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6 local Union Bank branches to close

Six South Sound locations of Union Bank will be closing by the end of first quarter, 2015. All are former Frontier Bank locations that were taken over when that bank failed in 2010.

November 2014

Fife turns to state licensing process

Businesses needing to be licensed for operation in Fife will be using the state's multi-jurisdictional Business Licensing Service to complete the process.

November 2014

Massage -- prostitution raid in Fife

Detectives from four South Sound police agencies joined yesterday to raid three separate massage therapy locations in Fife's commercial center, and they arrested seven women on prostitution or unlicensed massage charges.

November 2014

Fed $$ for school, street police officers

20 additional police officers in South Sound to be funded by federal COPS grant.

September 2014

From BE: Diversity in leadership, sales ‘kryptonite’

Today’s bi-weekly Business Examiner edition reports on a growing number of South Sound companies that are minority- or women-owned. And we ask "What's next?" for Federal Way.

September 2014

State argues against Fife pot ban

Washington’s Attorney General has filed a brief in the case of MMH, LLC v. Fife, whose plaintiffs seek to open marijuana businesses in Fife despite the city’s ban on such operations.

August 2014

American Fast Freight adds new CFO

American Fast Freight, Inc., announced today that Debra L. Lorge will join the Company as a vice president, CFO and treasurer.

July 2014

New president at American Fast Freight

American Fast Freight, Inc., headquartered in Fife, today announced the appointment of Kevin Kelly as president of the company and a member of AFF's board of directors.

June 2014

Tacoma truck testing touted

City of Tacoma is citing a successful three-month pilot program to help increase commercial vehicle safety. It inspected more than 80 vehicles and found a total of 33 violations, though 70 vehicles did pass.

June 2014

AFF to open new cargo terminal in Alaska

American Fast Freight, Inc., and its division, American Relocation Services, will open their newest and largest freestanding cargo terminal on Kodiak Island, Alaska, on May 2.

April 2014
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