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Peanut Butter Pickle Burger at Killer Burger on Monday August 6, 2012.

‘A great next step’: Killer Burger to open third shop in Vancouver

Peanut Butter Pickle Burger at Killer Burger on Monday August 6, 2012.

February 26, 2022, 2:04pm Business

A darling of local burgers, Killer Burger, announced Friday that it’s opening its third location in Vancouver. The shop will open Monday at 14321 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. in the Evergreen Crossing shopping center and will give customers a mix of classic and original tastes. Read story

Paul Demanyik, pastor at Ukrainian Baptist Church, walks out the front doors of the church in northeast Vancouver on Feb. 22. Demanyik is among those who are closely watching the situation at the border of Ukraine and Russia.

Vancouver church launches collection for Ukraine

Paul Demanyik, pastor at Ukrainian Baptist Church, walks out the front doors of the church in northeast Vancouver on Feb. 22. Demanyik is among those who are closely watching the situation at the border of Ukraine and Russia.

February 26, 2022, 6:06am Churches & Religion

Vancouver’s Ukrainian Baptist Church is collecting money and supplies to send to Ukraine. Read story

Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato bisque soup and coffee at the Rosemary Cafe in2012.

Rosemary Cafe in downtown Vancouver closes

Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato bisque soup and coffee at the Rosemary Cafe in2012.

February 25, 2022, 6:03am Business

The Rosemary Cafe, which had occupied the ground floor in the 1001 Main St. building in downtown Vancouver, closed its doors Dec. 31. Read story

Paul Demyanik, pastor at Ukrainian Baptist Church, pauses for a portrait in his church's sanctuary in northeast Vancouver. He fears for those in his homeland if Russia takes over the country.

Ukrainian immigrants in Clark County fear for homeland

Paul Demyanik, pastor at Ukrainian Baptist Church, pauses for a portrait in his church's sanctuary in northeast Vancouver. He fears for those in his homeland if Russia takes over the country.

February 23, 2022, 6:04am Churches & Religion

As the Russian government moves into Ukraine, local Ukrainian immigrants fear for the freedoms of their friends and family. Read story

An Amazon logo appears on an Amazon delivery van, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, in Boston.

Plans indicate Amazon warehouse coming to Vancouver

An Amazon logo appears on an Amazon delivery van, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, in Boston.

February 22, 2022, 6:05am Business

Amazon customers may soon be getting their packages delivered from Vancouver. Read story

Drivers near the intersection of Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard and Southeast 155th Avenue pass a sign advertising the future C-Tran VINE construction along the corridor. Construction is expected to take about 20 months.

Work begins on C-Tran Mill Plain Vine bus route

Drivers near the intersection of Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard and Southeast 155th Avenue pass a sign advertising the future C-Tran VINE construction along the corridor. Construction is expected to take about 20 months.

February 19, 2022, 6:08am Clark County News

Construction has begun on C-Tran’s Mill Plain Vine project. Read story

Warehouses proposed for old English Pit site in east Vancouver

February 19, 2022, 6:05am Business

Part of east Vancouver’s old English Pit mining property could eventually be home to two industrial warehouses. Read story

Clark Public Utilities to offer electric car chargers, rebates online

February 18, 2022, 5:57am Clark County News

Clark Public Utilities announced this week the opening of an online marketplace where customers can buy Enel X JuiceBar electric vehicle chargers with an instant $500 rebate. Read story

Port of Vancouver names Community Fund recipients

February 17, 2022, 6:04am Business

The Port of Vancouver announced Wednesday this year’s beneficiaries of its Community Fund: Read story

Vancouver-based rising tech company ZoomInfo continues to grow during the pandemic by setting records for new customer additions and customer retention.

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo closes 2021 with best quarter in company history

Vancouver-based rising tech company ZoomInfo continues to grow during the pandemic by setting records for new customer additions and customer retention.

February 15, 2022, 6:10pm Business

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo marked its best fiscal quarter ever during a Tuesday call with investors. Read story