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Drivers are paying more at the gas pump than this time last year.

Is everything more expensive? From food to rent to gas, Clark County residents paying more for necessities

Drivers are paying more at the gas pump than this time last year.

January 2, 2022, 6:05am Business

Vancouver and Clark County are becoming increasingly expensive places to live. While some costs have risen significantly, others crept upward in a nickel-and-dime trend that’s accelerated over the past year. Read story

Holiday ornaments and other decorations on offer at Christmas in Vantucky.

Owners of Christmas in Vantucky in Hazel Dell feeling jolly

Holiday ornaments and other decorations on offer at Christmas in Vantucky.

December 24, 2021, 6:02am Business

It’s been about three months since the county’s first and only year-round Christmas store, Christmas in Vantucky, opened in Hazel Dell. Read story

A worker lends a hand to the construction of VITA Elementary School at 1111 Fort Vancouver Way. The school is set to open in fall 2022.

Clark County’s strong November job market beats state numbers

A worker lends a hand to the construction of VITA Elementary School at 1111 Fort Vancouver Way. The school is set to open in fall 2022.

December 21, 2021, 6:01pm Business

Clark County’s job market enjoyed another strong month in November, adding 1,200 nonfarm jobs on a seasonally adjusted basis. Read story

Burgerville union ratifies contract

December 21, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

Burgerville and a workers union that represents some Oregon locations have approved a labor contract, the first for fast-food workers in the country, according to a company announcement on Friday. Read story

Cost Less Auto Parts stores sold

December 21, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

Vancouver-based Cost Less Auto Parts was sold to a New York company called Parts Authority on Dec. 3, according to a company announcement. Read story

Kirkland Tower, left, the nearly completed condo tower at The Waterfront Vancouver, is pictured with Hotel Indigo at The Waterfront Vancouver. The two projects from Vancouver-based Kirkland Development are being built together but will function as separate buildings.

Coffee shop, beauty company planned for Vancouver waterfront

Kirkland Tower, left, the nearly completed condo tower at The Waterfront Vancouver, is pictured with Hotel Indigo at The Waterfront Vancouver. The two projects from Vancouver-based Kirkland Development are being built together but will function as separate buildings.

December 16, 2021, 6:25pm Business

A new coffee shop and a beauty treatment company are set to join The Waterfront Vancouver’s Kirkland Tower, and the building and businesses are set to open in the spring. Read story

Conner Weber, bottom left, returns a volley at Padelhorn in Vancouver. Padelhorn is the first indoor pickleball-only business in Vancouver or Portland.

Indoor pickleball courts open in north-central Vancouver

Conner Weber, bottom left, returns a volley at Padelhorn in Vancouver. Padelhorn is the first indoor pickleball-only business in Vancouver or Portland.

December 14, 2021, 6:03am Business

Vancouver and Portland’s first indoor, dedicated pickleball courts opened in a brand new building in east Vancouver. Read story

The Modera Vancouver building will be on Block 21, on the northwestern corner of the Waterfront Vancouver development. It will provide 14 stories of mostly apartments. Construction is expected to start in August of next year, said Sam Rodriguez, senior managing director of Mill Creek Residential, the developer of the project. It will be the third tallest building (apart from grain silos and other non-occupied structures) in the city.

Waterfront building at Block 21 to be 14 stories tall

The Modera Vancouver building will be on Block 21, on the northwestern corner of the Waterfront Vancouver development. It will provide 14 stories of mostly apartments. Construction is expected to start in August of next year, said Sam Rodriguez, senior managing director of Mill Creek Residential, the developer of the project. It will be the third tallest building (apart from grain silos and other non-occupied structures) in the city.

December 12, 2021, 6:04am Business

A newly announced building set to rise at the Waterfront Vancouver will be the third tallest in the city. Read story

An excavator loads debris into trucks Wednesday at Vancouver's former Tower Mall. The building is being demolished as part of The Heights District Plan, an initiative by the city of Vancouver to transform the site into a mixed commercial and residential space.

Tower Mall’s walls start to fall

An excavator loads debris into trucks Wednesday at Vancouver's former Tower Mall. The building is being demolished as part of The Heights District Plan, an initiative by the city of Vancouver to transform the site into a mixed commercial and residential space.

December 8, 2021, 6:33pm Business

The Tower Mall, Vancouver’s first shopping mall, is being demolished to make way for the new Heights District development spearheaded by the city of Vancouver. Read story

Portland resident Marco McLean enjoys a relaxing morning while visiting Bula Kava House in Southeast Portland. The bar's owner is planning a second location in downtown Vancouver.

Kava bar coming to downtown Vancouver

Portland resident Marco McLean enjoys a relaxing morning while visiting Bula Kava House in Southeast Portland. The bar's owner is planning a second location in downtown Vancouver.

December 7, 2021, 6:05am Business

Vancouver’s first kava bar is coming around late March of next year to the former Lucky Loans building at 614 Main St. Read story