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The Crosley Lanes sign flashes and spins on Tuesday in Vancouver. Owners Don and Rachel Allen plan to retire and sell the property to a developer who intends to build a five-story apartment complex on the site.

Crosley Lanes to be sold, Vancouver site to become apartments

The Crosley Lanes sign flashes and spins on Tuesday in Vancouver. Owners Don and Rachel Allen plan to retire and sell the property to a developer who intends to build a five-story apartment complex on the site.

July 15, 2021, 6:02am Business

Allen’s Crosley Lanes, the 65-year-old bowling center in Vancouver’s Hudson’s Bay neighborhood, is heading for an upcoming — though not quite imminent — closure. Read story

Vancouver-based Papa Murphy’s reports heat wave put a chill on sales

July 14, 2021, 5:55am Clark County Business

Pacific Northwest consumers appear to be reluctant to fire up their ovens during triple-digit weather events. Read story

Port of Vancouver to develop its Climate Action Plan

July 14, 2021, 5:54am Clark County Business

The Port of Vancouver’s Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday to authorize CEO Julianna Marler to develop and implement the port’s Climate Action Plan, which will guide port staff’s efforts to reduce the port’s greenhouse gas emissions. Read story

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle and Gov. Jay Inslee survey The Waterfront Vancouver while standing in front of an interactive sculpture that depicts the topography of the Columbia River on Tuesday. Inslee toured the waterfront with the mayor before meeting with local small-business owners.

Clark County small businesses share frustrations during Inslee’s Vancouver visit

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle and Gov. Jay Inslee survey The Waterfront Vancouver while standing in front of an interactive sculpture that depicts the topography of the Columbia River on Tuesday. Inslee toured the waterfront with the mayor before meeting with local small-business owners.

July 13, 2021, 6:47pm Clark County Business

Small-business owners gathered Tuesday afternoon for a conversation with Gov. Jay Inslee, who visited Clark County to discuss pandemic recovery and tour the city’s new waterfront development. Read story

Deserted desks line the main office of ZoomInfo in downtown Vancouver.(Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

ZoomInfo announces $575M acquisition of Chorus.ai

Deserted desks line the main office of ZoomInfo in downtown Vancouver.(Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

July 13, 2021, 10:02am Business

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo announced Tuesday that it will acquire business intelligence company Chorus.ai in a $575 million transaction. Read story

Windsor is one of the new stores at Vancouver Mall, as seen on Monday morning.

Vancouver Mall reports positive growth with new tenants

Windsor is one of the new stores at Vancouver Mall, as seen on Monday morning.

July 13, 2021, 6:04am Business

Vancouver Mall is seeing growing interest from new businesses as COVID-19 restrictions lift and people resume pre-pandemic life. Read story

Vancouver resident Rachael Okerlund steps off a C-Tran bus wearing a face covering on Friday at the Vancouver Mall Transit Center. Face coverings remain a requirement on Vancouver public transit in accordance with CDC rules.

C-Tran ridership on the rebound in Clark County

Vancouver resident Rachael Okerlund steps off a C-Tran bus wearing a face covering on Friday at the Vancouver Mall Transit Center. Face coverings remain a requirement on Vancouver public transit in accordance with CDC rules.

July 13, 2021, 6:00am Business

June 30 marked the end of most of Washington’s COVID-19 pandemic restrictions including the indoor mask mandate at most businesses and public locations, but the requirement has persisted for transit riders on C-Tran buses due to separate state and federal mandates. Read story

Construction is underway on an expansion of the Fourth Plain Business Park near Orchards. The overall market for industrial space has remained strong in Vancouver throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Industrial strength growth in Vancouver market

Construction is underway on an expansion of the Fourth Plain Business Park near Orchards. The overall market for industrial space has remained strong in Vancouver throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

July 12, 2021, 6:05am Business

The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly impacted Vancouver’s real estate market, and often in one specific direction: residential activity has gone through the roof, while retail, hospitality and office activity have all had to contend with uncertainty as businesses struggle to adapt. Read story

A home built from 11 shipping containers is for sale at $2 million.

Vancouver house featured on HGTV’s ‘Container Homes’

A home built from 11 shipping containers is for sale at $2 million.

July 11, 2021, 6:04am Business

A home built from 11 shipping containers at the southern end of 164th Avenue is for sale at $2 million. Read story

Jill Levesque greets Bo, her newly adopted goldendoodle, on Saturday during the first weekend of reopening to the public at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington in Vancouver.

Humane Society for Southwest Washington reopens doors for in-person visits

Jill Levesque greets Bo, her newly adopted goldendoodle, on Saturday during the first weekend of reopening to the public at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington in Vancouver.

July 10, 2021, 8:45pm Business

By 1:58 p.m., a small crowd of people had already gathered outside the Humane Society for Southwest Washington. Read story