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Jeff Seibel and his dog, Zeus, inspect a pint at Ghost Runners Brewery’s taproom, 4216 N.E. Minnehaha St. After a monthslong civil case against a former investor, the brewery will lose a lease at The Waterfront Vancouver but keep its taproom.

Ghost Runners Brewery dispute ends

Jeff Seibel and his dog, Zeus, inspect a pint at Ghost Runners Brewery’s taproom, 4216 N.E. Minnehaha St. After a monthslong civil case against a former investor, the brewery will lose a lease at The Waterfront Vancouver but keep its taproom.

April 13, 2018, 5:36pm Business

Ghost Runners Brewery will remain in operation after a resolving a lawsuit with a former investor, though it will lose its expansion space at The Waterfront Vancouver. Read story

The Herbery, at 212 N.E. 164th Ave., will remain open while it appeals a 30-day suspension. The store received its second violation from the state Liquor and Cannabis Board in January after selling marijuana to an underage investigative aide.

The Herbery in east Vancouver still open pending appeal

The Herbery, at 212 N.E. 164th Ave., will remain open while it appeals a 30-day suspension. The store received its second violation from the state Liquor and Cannabis Board in January after selling marijuana to an underage investigative aide.

April 10, 2018, 4:42pm Business

Though it faces a monthlong shutdown, marijuana store The Herbery remains open for business and hopeful for an appeal. Read story

After closing up shop on Devine Road in June, River Maiden Artisan Coffee is back up and running at a new location — 5301 E. Mill Plain Blvd. — in Vancouver. Adam Hendrix of Vancouver, left, and his son, Cal, 3, stop by the new shop for a treat on Monday morning.

River Maiden coffee shop reborn after loss of old space

After closing up shop on Devine Road in June, River Maiden Artisan Coffee is back up and running at a new location — 5301 E. Mill Plain Blvd. — in Vancouver. Adam Hendrix of Vancouver, left, and his son, Cal, 3, stop by the new shop for a treat on Monday morning.

April 10, 2018, 6:00am Business

River Maiden Artisan Coffee has got its sequel. Read story

Lionbridge to lay off 119 in Vancouver in June

April 9, 2018, 4:34pm Business

Lionbridge Technologies Inc., an international firm providing testing solutions to tech companies, will lay off 119 people at its Vancouver location in June. Read story

Daren Morgan, owner of Top Shelf Martinis on Main, pauses for a portrait in his outdoor patio space in downtown Vancouver. The city of Vancouver has told Morgan it won’t renew permits for the patio unless it is reconfigured.

Downtown Vancouver martini bar told to shelve patio

Daren Morgan, owner of Top Shelf Martinis on Main, pauses for a portrait in his outdoor patio space in downtown Vancouver. The city of Vancouver has told Morgan it won’t renew permits for the patio unless it is reconfigured.

April 8, 2018, 6:02am Business

In what may be a symptom of growing pains for Vancouver’s restaurant scene, a downtown bar is battling the city to keep its popular sidewalk seating area. Read story

Burgerville will suspend dine-in service during the COVID-19 outbreak but drive-thrus will remain open.

Burgerville workers set to vote on unionization

Burgerville will suspend dine-in service during the COVID-19 outbreak but drive-thrus will remain open.

April 6, 2018, 5:17pm Business

Vancouver-based Burgerville said Friday it is ready to work with a union at one of its Southeast Portland restaurants, should one be created after a vote later this month. Read story

Treya Bushell of Red Acrobatic Circus performs for the crowd at the ribbon cutting for Ilani Casino Resort’s new events center. The 30,000-square-foot addition is expected to bring concerts, trade shows and more high-traffic events to northern Clark County.

Ilani Casino’s concert, convention venue opens

Treya Bushell of Red Acrobatic Circus performs for the crowd at the ribbon cutting for Ilani Casino Resort’s new events center. The 30,000-square-foot addition is expected to bring concerts, trade shows and more high-traffic events to northern Clark County.

April 5, 2018, 5:09pm Business

COWLITZ INDIAN RESERVATION — Ilani Casino Resort opened its new event center Thursday, bringing more demand and attention to northern Clark County. Read story

A bulldozer tears down The Columbia Shores office building near the Columbia River on Thursday. Like parts of the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay, it was built in the 1960s and torn down to make room for the Port of Vancouver’s upcoming waterfront projects.

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A bulldozer tears down The Columbia Shores office building near the Columbia River on Thursday. Like parts of the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay, it was built in the 1960s and torn down to make room for the Port of Vancouver’s upcoming waterfront projects.

April 5, 2018, 4:20pm Business

Another older building near the Columbia River has checked out. Read story

This 2016 photo shows an example of cross-laminated timber, or CLT, in Portland, where an 11-story building is slated to be built using the product. CLT is made of beams laid in layers that are then glued together to form large panels.

Vancouver waterfront to get wooden high-rise

This 2016 photo shows an example of cross-laminated timber, or CLT, in Portland, where an 11-story building is slated to be built using the product. CLT is made of beams laid in layers that are then glued together to form large panels.

April 1, 2018, 6:02am Business

Another new high-rise is heading to The Waterfront Vancouver, but it goes a little against the grain. Read story

Jennifer Waller, right, prepares guacamole with daughter Kayla, 13, at their Battle Ground home. The family earns just below the median wage in Clark County but relies heavily on government programs such as food stamps and Women, Infants and Children to pay for groceries.

Battle Ground family among many that struggle as wages stagnate

Jennifer Waller, right, prepares guacamole with daughter Kayla, 13, at their Battle Ground home. The family earns just below the median wage in Clark County but relies heavily on government programs such as food stamps and Women, Infants and Children to pay for groceries.

April 1, 2018, 6:00am Business

BATTLE GROUND — Compared with juggling four kids younger than 14, asking for a raise should have been easy, thought Chris Waller. Read story