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The new Zeppidy platform, developed in Lake Oswego, Ore.,  and meant to put home buying and selling resources in one place, recently debuted and is limited to Southwest Washington and Oregon for now.

Real estate website Zeppidy makes home for data

The new Zeppidy platform, developed in Lake Oswego, Ore.,  and meant to put home buying and selling resources in one place, recently debuted and is limited to Southwest Washington and Oregon for now.

July 28, 2016, 6:05am Business

There are dozens of places to look for homes online, and plenty of other places to look for information about those homes. One local app developer decided to put all that data under one shiny new roof. Read story

A smoked brisket sandwich, clockwise from left, rough cut chuck burger, knife-and-fork chowder and seared-slab bacon are part of the WareHouse's culinary inventory.

First restaurant, WareHouse ’23, opens on Vancouver waterfront

A smoked brisket sandwich, clockwise from left, rough cut chuck burger, knife-and-fork chowder and seared-slab bacon are part of the WareHouse's culinary inventory.

July 26, 2016, 6:05am Business

Nostalgia is a powerful thing, and it turns out it tastes pretty good, too. Read story

An artist’s concept of the Port of Vancouver’s proposed Terminal 1 development.

Port makes CEO wish list

An artist’s concept of the Port of Vancouver’s proposed Terminal 1 development.

July 24, 2016, 6:08am Business

Two months after Todd Coleman’s resignation as Port of Vancouver CEO, commissioners are starting to get the first draft of their help wanted ad together. Read story

The Port of Vancouver's 218-acre Terminal 5 was the proposed site for the nation's largest oil-by-rail terminal.

Oil terminal hearings finish fourth week

The Port of Vancouver's 218-acre Terminal 5 was the proposed site for the nation's largest oil-by-rail terminal.

July 24, 2016, 6:00am Business

Another week of hearings, another week of reasons to approve or deny the nation’s largest oil terminal. Read story

Clark Public Utilities hosts a community solar panel system, a 74.8-kilowatt solar array, outside its Orchards operations center. A new report says Washington state has the capability to produce 21 times more electricity than it uses, though several factors are keeping the state from growing capacity.

Report: Washington needs to boost solar, its economic potential

Clark Public Utilities hosts a community solar panel system, a 74.8-kilowatt solar array, outside its Orchards operations center. A new report says Washington state has the capability to produce 21 times more electricity than it uses, though several factors are keeping the state from growing capacity.

July 21, 2016, 5:11pm Business

Washington isn’t taking advantage of its sunshine, and it’s depressing a segment of the energy market. Read story

Construction on the Portside Industrial Park is underway at Northwest 31st Avenue and Lower Rover Road. Local real estate experts say the industrial market is unusually tight, while the opposite is true for office space. Retail is strong in certain corridors. Portside aims to add 350,000 square feet of industrial space in several phases.

Commercial real estate market a mixed bag in Clark County

Construction on the Portside Industrial Park is underway at Northwest 31st Avenue and Lower Rover Road. Local real estate experts say the industrial market is unusually tight, while the opposite is true for office space. Retail is strong in certain corridors. Portside aims to add 350,000 square feet of industrial space in several phases.

July 21, 2016, 6:00am Business

The residential real estate market has been well-documented as being pretty intense in Clark County lately. But what bout commercial properties? Read story

CEO Nader Pourhassan

CytoDyn net loss persists to invest in HIV therapy

CEO Nader Pourhassan

July 20, 2016, 4:53pm Business

CytoDyn posted a net loss of $25.7 million for its 2016 fiscal year that ended May 31, but the Vancouver-based biotechnology company says it has its eyes on the long haul as it works toward a “powerful” antibody to combat HIV. Read story

Rene Jordan, owner of Peach Willow Spa in Vancouver, talks with passerby Randall Hollaus about her garden being featured in the "Pokemon Go" game Friday.

Local businesses grapple with increased traffic as Pokestops

Rene Jordan, owner of Peach Willow Spa in Vancouver, talks with passerby Randall Hollaus about her garden being featured in the "Pokemon Go" game Friday.

July 20, 2016, 6:00am Business

When virtual creatures started showing up outside of Rene Jordan’s business on Mill Plain Boulevard, she wasn’t about to shoo them away. She embraced it as a chance to get a little exposure for Peach Willow Spa. Read story

A sign points toward one of NuStar Energy's terminals at the Port of Vancouver. The company is nearing city approval for its plans to handle ethanol by rail, ship and truck.

NuStar’s ethanol plans close to approval

A sign points toward one of NuStar Energy's terminals at the Port of Vancouver. The company is nearing city approval for its plans to handle ethanol by rail, ship and truck.

July 19, 2016, 6:00am Business

The city of Vancouver is poised to approve NuStar Energy’s plans to handle ethanol at its two Port of Vancouver terminals. Read story

Vancouver Parks and Recreation Director Julie Hannon speaks Monday afternoon at a ground-breaking ceremony for the anticipated Grant Street Pier, which will open as part of the Vancouver waterfront park in 2018.

Big turnout for Grant Street Pier groundbreaking at Vancouver waterfront

Vancouver Parks and Recreation Director Julie Hannon speaks Monday afternoon at a ground-breaking ceremony for the anticipated Grant Street Pier, which will open as part of the Vancouver waterfront park in 2018.

July 18, 2016, 6:03pm Business

The Vancouver waterfront today isn’t a patch of dirt, it’s soil. And it’s there the seeds have been planted to grow the city’s new image. Read story