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Bridge Creek Apartment Homes in Hazel Dell has been sold to a San Francisco-based company for $45.5 million.

Hazel Dell apartments sell for $45.5 million

Bridge Creek Apartment Homes in Hazel Dell has been sold to a San Francisco-based company for $45.5 million.

January 25, 2018, 4:44pm Business

Bridge Creek Apartment Homes, a 270-unit complex in Hazel Dell, sold this week to a San Francisco company for $45.5 million. Read story

Future homeowner Marcey Erickson of Camas, left, pauses to have her photo taken by Kelsey Kline following the groundbreaking for the 2018 Parade of Homes at The Parklands at Camas Meadows on Wednesday morning.

Camas greets Parade of Homes with open arms

Future homeowner Marcey Erickson of Camas, left, pauses to have her photo taken by Kelsey Kline following the groundbreaking for the 2018 Parade of Homes at The Parklands at Camas Meadows on Wednesday morning.

January 24, 2018, 5:03pm Business

Builders gripped it and ripped it Wednesday. But instead of golf swings, they drove golden shovels into the ground. Read story

Construction hiring was flat in December in Clark County. The sector typically loses jobs this time of year due to the weather.

Clark County unwrapped 700 jobs in December

Construction hiring was flat in December in Clark County. The sector typically loses jobs this time of year due to the weather.

January 23, 2018, 5:03pm Business

Clark County’s economy ended 2017 with an exclamation, adding another 700 jobs when adjusting for seasonal trends. Read story

The economy in Clark County continues to grow with new residents, more jobs and expanding commercial development. The Waterfront Vancouver, the biggest project in Clark County, expects to open its first phase this summer.

More growth on the horizon for Clark County

The economy in Clark County continues to grow with new residents, more jobs and expanding commercial development. The Waterfront Vancouver, the biggest project in Clark County, expects to open its first phase this summer.

January 21, 2018, 6:00am Business

For many, living in Clark County today can be either good or frustrating: there are a lot of new jobs out there, people and developers are flocking to the area, and housing remains scarce. Read story

Moderator Mei Wu, from left, joins panelists Andy Lowery of RealWear, Kevin Getch of Webfor, Dorota Shortell of Simplexity Product Development and Aaron Holm of Blokable Inc. during the 2018 Economic Forecast Breakfast at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Vancouver, Thursday morning January 18, 2018.

Vancouver tech firms draw crowd at Economic Forecast Breakfast

Moderator Mei Wu, from left, joins panelists Andy Lowery of RealWear, Kevin Getch of Webfor, Dorota Shortell of Simplexity Product Development and Aaron Holm of Blokable Inc. during the 2018 Economic Forecast Breakfast at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Vancouver, Thursday morning January 18, 2018.

January 18, 2018, 12:11pm Business

Technology will continue to change the way we work and live, but it won’t change the need for people. Read story

The first Golden Corral in the Vancouver-Portland metropolitan area could open in mid-February, franchise owner Ramsey Zawideh said.

Golden Corral aims for mid-February opening

The first Golden Corral in the Vancouver-Portland metropolitan area could open in mid-February, franchise owner Ramsey Zawideh said.

January 17, 2018, 4:25pm Business

Golden Corral’s expected opening day has twice come and gone, but franchise owner Ramsey Zawideh said Wednesday that they are now mere weeks from opening. Read story

Jeanne Bennett Has been CEO for past six years

Workforce Southwest Washington CEO retiring

Jeanne Bennett Has been CEO for past six years

January 16, 2018, 5:04pm Business

Workforce Southwest Washington CEO Jeanne Bennett is retiring after six years of leading the employee training and recruitment organization. Read story

Independent theaters in Clark County say attendance has ticked up thanks to the growing popularity of MoviePass. They say the service makes moviegoers more willing to spend on niche or second-run movies.

Small theaters in Clark County embrace MoviePass

Independent theaters in Clark County say attendance has ticked up thanks to the growing popularity of MoviePass. They say the service makes moviegoers more willing to spend on niche or second-run movies.

January 16, 2018, 6:00am Business

It may be prestige films season at movie theaters near and far, but it’s an increasingly popular subscription service that is lately drumming up suspense. Read story

Lab technologist Rebecca Consbruck analyzes urine samples while working with colleagues at Molecular Testing Labs on Monday afternoon. Like many life sciences companies in Clark County, the east Vancouver company expects to grow in 2018.

Clark County strives to capitalize on surging life sciences industry

Lab technologist Rebecca Consbruck analyzes urine samples while working with colleagues at Molecular Testing Labs on Monday afternoon. Like many life sciences companies in Clark County, the east Vancouver company expects to grow in 2018.

January 14, 2018, 6:00am Business

Jonathan DeHart had hoped to land his company, a fledgling manufacturer of gene sequencing devices borne out of incubators at Intel, in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area. Then they found a glitch. Read story

A customer uses the Riverview Community Bank ATM in downtown Vancouver on Thursday.

Longtime Riverview Bancorp CEO stepping down

A customer uses the Riverview Community Bank ATM in downtown Vancouver on Thursday.

January 12, 2018, 5:43pm Business

Riverview Community Bank’s longtime leader Pat Sheaffer is stepping down, the Vancouver-based institution announced Friday. An executive who orchestrated a successful Oregon expansion will succeed him on April 2. Read story