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Vancouver Pizza Company on Main Street in uptown Village in Vancouver.

Owners of Main Event Sports Grill buy Vancouver Pizza Co.

Vancouver Pizza Company on Main Street in uptown Village in Vancouver.

April 1, 2021, 6:02am Business

The owners of Main Event Sports Grill bought the recently closed Vancouver Pizza Co. and plan to open their own pizza restaurant in the same Uptown Village spot. Read story

NewBreath ordered 2,500 shirts for the first production run, and it's already working on a second round, which includes a hunting and fishing line and a shirt dedicated to members of the U.S. military.

Vancouver company sells masked shirt in sizes, styles to ‘touch everybody’

NewBreath ordered 2,500 shirts for the first production run, and it's already working on a second round, which includes a hunting and fishing line and a shirt dedicated to members of the U.S. military.

March 29, 2021, 6:05am Business

Mike Werner remembers early in the pandemic when his best friend, who worked at a local tire store, met with him after work. Read story

After more than a year of remote work, many companies with Clark County offices are starting to think about a potential return to in-person work later this year. But several company leaders said they don't expect things to go back to exactly the way they were before, and a couple companies have even elected to ditch their physical offices permanently.

Many Clark County office workers have made the shift to remote. Will they shift back?

After more than a year of remote work, many companies with Clark County offices are starting to think about a potential return to in-person work later this year. But several company leaders said they don't expect things to go back to exactly the way they were before, and a couple companies have even elected to ditch their physical offices permanently.

March 28, 2021, 6:05am Business

Most Vancouver office workers remember the last normal day of 2020. Read story

Drake Real Estate Services has submitted a preliminary application to develop an electric vehicle service center in Vancouver. The tenant isn't named, but a building diagram included in the packet shows what appear to be Tesla cars parked out front.

Electric vehicle service center coming to Vancouver

Drake Real Estate Services has submitted a preliminary application to develop an electric vehicle service center in Vancouver. The tenant isn't named, but a building diagram included in the packet shows what appear to be Tesla cars parked out front.

March 28, 2021, 6:04am Clark County Business

A developer has proposed plans for an electric vehicle service center in the Fourth Plain corridor, and some of the documentation hints that the business could be a new location for California-based electric vehicle maker Tesla. Read story

The tower crane on The Columbia Apartments at The Waterfront Vancouver's Block 20 came down Friday. The building is scheduled to be finished in November.

Vancouver waterfront skyline changes as crane comes down

The tower crane on The Columbia Apartments at The Waterfront Vancouver's Block 20 came down Friday. The building is scheduled to be finished in November.

March 28, 2021, 6:04am Business

The tower crane on a Waterfront Vancouver apartment complex, The Columbia, came down on Friday, bringing the project a step closer to its November opening date. Read story

Melanie Summers, professional organizer and owner of I Speak Organized, is "booked solid" through May, she said, now that we've entered the spring season and people are looking to declutter their homes as pandemic restrictions ease. "We're in that phase when things are opening back up and people want to spend time together and entertain again," she said. "So, I'm getting a whole new crop of clients who are feeling a lot of the pressure of what they were going through the past year -- they're ready to open their homes again.

Working in Clark County: Melanie Summers, professional organizer and owner of I Speak Organized

Melanie Summers, professional organizer and owner of I Speak Organized, is "booked solid" through May, she said, now that we've entered the spring season and people are looking to declutter their homes as pandemic restrictions ease. "We're in that phase when things are opening back up and people want to spend time together and entertain again," she said. "So, I'm getting a whole new crop of clients who are feeling a lot of the pressure of what they were going through the past year -- they're ready to open their homes again.

March 27, 2021, 6:04am Business

What does your closet look like right now? Is it a chaotic heap of everything, or is it meticulously organized with sleek containers and shelving? Read story

Battle Ground Cinema to reopen April 2

March 26, 2021, 6:04am Business

The Battle Ground Cinema multiplex will reopen April 2, according to operator Prestige Theatres. Read story

Cars bustle down Highway 14, hundreds of feet below the deck of a town home at the Boulder Ridge development in the Columbia Palisades neighborhood on the border of Vancouver and Camas. The Boulder Ridge development is expected to be complete within a year.

Multifamily homes on the rise on border of Vancouver, Camas

Cars bustle down Highway 14, hundreds of feet below the deck of a town home at the Boulder Ridge development in the Columbia Palisades neighborhood on the border of Vancouver and Camas. The Boulder Ridge development is expected to be complete within a year.

March 26, 2021, 6:03am Business

A grouping of two new multifamily housing complexes is rising on a ridge overlooking the soon-to-be developed Columbia Palisades area, formerly the Fisher Quarry on the border of Vancouver and Camas. Read story

Construction begins on Riverside Townhomes, a town house complex proposed for a long-vacant lot at 1770 S.E. Columbia River Drive. Each is about 2,500 square feet with a two-car garage on the bottom floor. They're set to be completed between spring and summer 2022.

Construction begins on high-end homes along Vancouver waterfront

Construction begins on Riverside Townhomes, a town house complex proposed for a long-vacant lot at 1770 S.E. Columbia River Drive. Each is about 2,500 square feet with a two-car garage on the bottom floor. They're set to be completed between spring and summer 2022.

March 25, 2021, 6:04am Business

There aren’t many raw pieces of undeveloped land near Vancouver’s waterfront, and one of the last, near Beaches Restaurant, is set to become 15 modern-contemporary, high-end town homes. Read story

The former Joe's Crab Shack, one of two buildings standing on a site planned for a new mixed-use development, closed in May 2020 due to COVID-19 closures.

Vancouver hopes boardwalk, mixed-use buildings revive state’s gateway

The former Joe's Crab Shack, one of two buildings standing on a site planned for a new mixed-use development, closed in May 2020 due to COVID-19 closures.

March 24, 2021, 6:03am Business

The city of Vancouver and real estate company Kirkland Development are hammering out the details of a proposed public boardwalk and mixed-use development on a plot of land directly east of the Interstate 5 Bridge — the 2.3-acre area currently occupied by longtime restaurant Who Song & Larry’s and the… Read story