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Mark Matthias, left, and Ali Novinger, owners of Beaches Restaurant and Bar, announced Monday they plan to retire and close the business Dec. 31.

Owners of iconic Vancouver waterfront restaurant Beaches plan to retire; restaurant’s last day will be Dec. 31

Mark Matthias, left, and Ali Novinger, owners of Beaches Restaurant and Bar, announced Monday they plan to retire and close the business Dec. 31.

February 19, 2024, 1:02pm Business

After 29 years, the owners of Beaches Restaurant and Bar are retiring. The local restaurant is set to serve its last meal Dec. 31. Read story

A vehicle is partially submerged in a sinkhole that opened up at West 30th and Washington streets in Vancouver early Saturday morning.

Second water main to break this year causes water shutoffs for an hour near Evergreen Boulevard and Harney Way

A vehicle is partially submerged in a sinkhole that opened up at West 30th and Washington streets in Vancouver early Saturday morning.

February 14, 2024, 6:27pm Clark County News

A water main broke near Evergreen Boulevard and Harney Way on Wednesday, causing water to be shut off to those nearby for an hour while city of Vancouver maintenance crews worked to repair it. Read story

Stretch of Interstate 205 north to close Sunday between state Highway 500, Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard overpasses

February 1, 2024, 5:55am Clark County News

All northbound lanes of Interstate 205 at Milepost 30.5, between the state Highway 500 and Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard overpasses will be closed Sunday morning. Read story

Tax help available for residents of Clark, Skamania counties

January 31, 2024, 5:57am Churches & Religion

Tax season is here and the AARP in Clark and Skamania counties is offering assistance. Read story

The old Lieser Elementary School site in Vancouver Heights is set to become home to nearly 100 affordable housing units, an agency serving children and a new city fire station over the next few years. A park will remain on the site, too. The redevelopment project was pitched as a partnership between the Vancouver Housing Authority, the city of Vancouver, and Educational Opportunities for Children and Families.

New subdivision planned at site of former Lieser Elementary School in Vancouver Heights

The old Lieser Elementary School site in Vancouver Heights is set to become home to nearly 100 affordable housing units, an agency serving children and a new city fire station over the next few years. A park will remain on the site, too. The redevelopment project was pitched as a partnership between the Vancouver Housing Authority, the city of Vancouver, and Educational Opportunities for Children and Families.

January 30, 2024, 6:07am Business

After purchasing the former Lieser Elementary School site, the Vancouver Housing Authority plans to bring nearly 100 affordable housing units and opportunities for homeownership to the property. Read story

Free children’s dental health clinic Feb. 3 at Clark College dental hygiene department

January 26, 2024, 5:55am Clark County Health

The Clark College Dental Hygiene department will host its annual free children’s dental health clinic from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 3. Read story

Josiah Rhodes of Vancouver, from left, comforts his four-legged friend, Molly, as she gets a free toenail trim from Christy Gifford of Humane Society for Southwest Washington during Project Homeless Connect Thursday morning at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Vancouver. Rhodes&rsquo; aunt, Cheri Rhodes, watches nearby. The event is the largest resource fair for homeless people in Clark County.

Point-in-Time Count: Annual survey of homeless people, resource fair give advocates way to reach those in need

Josiah Rhodes of Vancouver, from left, comforts his four-legged friend, Molly, as she gets a free toenail trim from Christy Gifford of Humane Society for Southwest Washington during Project Homeless Connect Thursday morning at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Vancouver. Rhodes&rsquo; aunt, Cheri Rhodes, watches nearby. The event is the largest resource fair for homeless people in Clark County.

January 25, 2024, 5:50pm Churches & Religion

The Point-in-Time Count, a federally required count of homeless people in each county across the United States, creates a database of thousands of rows of data. Read story

Although road diets — the repurposing of lanes devoted to vehicle traffic — are becoming more frequent in the city of Vancouver with the Complete Streets program and new Transportation System Plan update, they continue to elicit a strong reaction from the public.

It’s just how we roll now: Lane reconfiguration is ‘the new normal’ in Vancouver, but some have concerns

Although road diets — the repurposing of lanes devoted to vehicle traffic — are becoming more frequent in the city of Vancouver with the Complete Streets program and new Transportation System Plan update, they continue to elicit a strong reaction from the public.

January 22, 2024, 6:05am Clark County News

Nearly every day, Joe and Laurie Arndt see someone running a stop sign on McGillivray Boulevard, the roomy four-lane road that runs between Interstate 205 and Southeast 164th Avenue. Read story

Stonemill Business Park along Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard is advertising some office space for lease. Only about 6.6 percent of local office space is available for lease, making Clark County&rsquo;s office market much tighter than other places.

Office space in Clark County still at a premium

Stonemill Business Park along Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard is advertising some office space for lease. Only about 6.6 percent of local office space is available for lease, making Clark County&rsquo;s office market much tighter than other places.

January 16, 2024, 6:05am Business

Even though Vancouver’s office vacancy rate has slowly crept up from its 2019 low, the area’s asking rental price is at a 10-year high. Read story

Pet Wants, a franchised store owned by Jennifer Hope and Ryan Oller of Scappoose, Ore., specializes in custom-made food for dogs and cats using fresh ingredients. The couple started with a kiosk at Vancouver Mall before opening their full shop a year and a half ago.

Vancouver Mall thinks small: Shopping center destination for small, locally owned businesses

Pet Wants, a franchised store owned by Jennifer Hope and Ryan Oller of Scappoose, Ore., specializes in custom-made food for dogs and cats using fresh ingredients. The couple started with a kiosk at Vancouver Mall before opening their full shop a year and a half ago.

January 15, 2024, 6:05am Business

Like most shopping malls, Vancouver Mall used to be a hub for national retailers. It still is, but now it has also morphed into a retail destination for small and locally owned businesses. Read story