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Hawthorne Gardening announces 42 layoffs at Vancouver facility

May 26, 2022, 2:31pm Business

Hawthorne Gardening Co. announced a 42-person layoff at its Vancouver facility to outsource its carbon filter manufacturing. Read story

110-foot-long car wash to be built on Fourth Plain Boulevard

May 26, 2022, 6:01am Business

A new “Cyber Car Wash” with a 110-foot-long car wash tunnel is going to be built at 14309 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., according to plans submitted to the City of… Read story

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Vancouver’s Horenstein Law Group joins Portland firm

May 26, 2022, 5:40am Business

Portland-based law firm Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt announced Wednesday that Vancouver-based Horenstein Law Group is joining its office. Read story

A man pushes a stroller past a church and some sandbags in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, on March 16. Egor Cotov, 34, lives Vinnytsia and works for Vancouver-based ToolBelt. He says Vinnytsia is a safe area.

Vancouver tech business hires remote workers from Ukraine

A man pushes a stroller past a church and some sandbags in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, on March 16. Egor Cotov, 34, lives Vinnytsia and works for Vancouver-based ToolBelt. He says Vinnytsia is a safe area.

May 25, 2022, 6:05am Business

“Hey. You doing OK?” wrote Ross Barbieri, co-founder of Vancouver-based ToolBelt. It was February, and he was writing to his former freelance worker Egor Cotov, who lives in Vinnytsia, in central Ukraine. Read story

Hurley Development Chief Steward Ryan Hurley talks about the Navalia Apartments construction at 1600 Washington St., in Vancouver.

Navalia Apartments to offer ‘safe harbor’ in Uptown Village

Hurley Development Chief Steward Ryan Hurley talks about the Navalia Apartments construction at 1600 Washington St., in Vancouver.

May 24, 2022, 6:05am Business

A rare type of building development from Hurley Development is nearing completion in Vancouver’s Uptown Village, in a spot soon to be next to the area’s only grocery store. Read story

Trap Door Brewing has announced plans to open a second taproom and brewery in Washougal this summer.

Trap Door Brewing to open in Washougal

Trap Door Brewing has announced plans to open a second taproom and brewery in Washougal this summer.

May 23, 2022, 5:09pm Business

Trap Door Brewing is coming to downtown Washougal. Read story

Kelsey Hood of Pied Piper Pizza, left, takes a call as assistant manager Misty Sadlier serves up fresh pizza on Thursday afternoon.

East Vancouver’s Pied Piper Pizza plays a new verse

Kelsey Hood of Pied Piper Pizza, left, takes a call as assistant manager Misty Sadlier serves up fresh pizza on Thursday afternoon.

May 23, 2022, 6:02am Business

After 50-plus years of providing Vancouverites a place to eat pizza, play video games and celebrate in their banquet rooms, Ray and Cheryl Eggert have sold their business, Pied Piper Pizza. Read story

Ryd is expanding service throughout downtown Vancouver. Driver Jacob Jensen takes a short tour of the riverfront area for a photographer.

Vancouver firm Ryd expands downtown commuter shuttle service

Ryd is expanding service throughout downtown Vancouver. Driver Jacob Jensen takes a short tour of the riverfront area for a photographer.

May 21, 2022, 6:05am Business

After being idle for almost a year and a half because of the pandemic, the Ryd commuter shuttle service is up and running again. Read story

Gas prices in Washington now average more than $5 per gallon according to AAA, the fourth highest price in the nation.

Washington lawmakers eye gas tax pause as average in state cracks $5 per gallon

Gas prices in Washington now average more than $5 per gallon according to AAA, the fourth highest price in the nation.

May 20, 2022, 2:10pm Business

Gas prices in across Washington have climbed to record highs, passing $5 per gallon. Read story

About 100 Vancouver restaurants got money from the  Restaurant Revitalization Fund last year. But it's likely an equal number that qualified were cut off when the money ran out. "It makes it tough when your other restaurants got the funds and we didn't," said Rachel Allen, co-owner of Allen's Crosley Lanes.

Clark County restaurants left out after Senate votes down pandemic aid

About 100 Vancouver restaurants got money from the  Restaurant Revitalization Fund last year. But it's likely an equal number that qualified were cut off when the money ran out. "It makes it tough when your other restaurants got the funds and we didn't," said Rachel Allen, co-owner of Allen's Crosley Lanes.

May 20, 2022, 6:03am Business

Don and Rachel Allen, owners of Allen’s Crosley Lanes, were approved for more than $1 million from Congress to help their business recover from the effects of the pandemic last year. Read story