Covers Vancouver City Government
Cook leaves behind grateful volunteers, cool ties with union
You'd expect to see a lot of uniforms at a going-away party for a police chief.
Sutter's appointment comes after city manager had said interim leader would be from outside VPD
One mile stretch of State Route 14 has seen 95 crashes since 2001
Deficiencies related to monitoring grant spending
Clark County had two "major deficiencies" in internal controls monitoring spending on one federal grant, according to a state audit released this week.
Group hopes sprucing it up will spur development
Block 10 — better known as the barren city block bordered by Columbia, Washington, Eighth and Ninth streets — is about to get a lot more inviting.
Program provides jobs for developmentally disabled residents
Her position may be classified as a "supported employee," but Mindy Irwin's bosses and coworkers at the city of Vancouver know that it's really the other way around.
Ball now in Coast Guard's court; rejection could see current plans scrapped
As the Coast Guard and the Columbia River Crossing continue to dance over the proposed bridge height, CRC officials said Monday they found about 15 more feet of wiggle room.
Vancouver's former City Hall looked new and improved on Friday.
Plans to improve ride through industrial area near port are in place
A critical mass ride Friday to bring awareness to the dangers cyclists face using Northwest Lower River Road to reach Frenchman's Bar and Vancouver Lake -- a popular route -- drew just eight riders.
Vancouver schools crew to perform cleanup Friday
Until about a year ago, Vancouver's former City Hall was a place where powerful people brokered big deals. Recently, it's become a place where transients relieve themselves.