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Lucky Loan Pawn Shop in downtown Vancouver to close at end of August

June 7, 2021, 3:47pm Business

The last place downtown to pawn jewelry, tools and electronics is set to close. Longtime Vancouver fixture Lucky Loan Pawn Shop will shut its doors at the end of August,… Read story

Retail market Pop Local to open store at Waterfront Vancouver

June 3, 2021, 6:00am Business

A locally owned retail market for goods and gifts called Pop Local is opening a retail space at The Waterfront Vancouver’s RiverWest building with a planned launch date in September. Read story

Main Street Marijuana cashier Josh Cecil, left, who is fully vaccinated, helps Tom Nicholson of Vancouver as he checks out in Uptown Village Tuesday morning. A number of signs are posted in the store informing customers that the staff are vaccinated and that masks are no longer required for vaccinated customers.

Mask rollback at Clark County businesses slowly unwinds

Main Street Marijuana cashier Josh Cecil, left, who is fully vaccinated, helps Tom Nicholson of Vancouver as he checks out in Uptown Village Tuesday morning. A number of signs are posted in the store informing customers that the staff are vaccinated and that masks are no longer required for vaccinated customers.

May 19, 2021, 6:06am Clark County Business

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention took businesses and municipal governments by surprise last week when it announced that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear face masks except in sensitive locations such as hospitals. Read story

Ezekiel Gonzalez of Beaches Restaurant and Bar works during the lunchtime rush May 6.

Safe By Summer asks Clark County employers to aim for 80% vaccinated

Ezekiel Gonzalez of Beaches Restaurant and Bar works during the lunchtime rush May 6.

May 18, 2021, 5:59am Business

Several of Clark County’s biggest business associations are rolling out a coordinated vaccination campaign called Safe By Summer, calling on local employers of all sizes to pledge that they will aim to have at least 80 percent of their staff fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Aug. 15. Read story

Brian Buck of Capitol Electric looks over plans while helping with the construction of the new Pacific Northwest Pet ER and Specialty Center. The 24-hour animal hospital and specialty veterinary care facility is under construction in east Vancouver in a building that formerly housed a Whole Foods Market.

NVA Compassion-First pet hospital taking shape in east Vancouver

Brian Buck of Capitol Electric looks over plans while helping with the construction of the new Pacific Northwest Pet ER and Specialty Center. The 24-hour animal hospital and specialty veterinary care facility is under construction in east Vancouver in a building that formerly housed a Whole Foods Market.

May 10, 2021, 6:05am Business

Veterinary care provider NVA Compassion-First plans to open a large emergency and specialty care veterinary hospital in Vancouver this summer. Read story

An artist's rendering shows one concept for a New Seasons Market planned for the intersection of 15th and Main streets near downtown Vancouver.

Downtown Vancouver New Seasons to include parking lot, landscaping

An artist's rendering shows one concept for a New Seasons Market planned for the intersection of 15th and Main streets near downtown Vancouver.

March 5, 2021, 3:37pm Business

Downtown Vancouver’s newly announced grocery store is set to feature a sleek architectural style, an attached parklike area, and its own parking lot with about 71 spots, according to conceptual renderings submitted to the City of Vancouver. Read story

Gramor Development has submitted a preliminary application to build a new retail shopping center in east Vancouver, at the northwest corner of the intersection of Northeast 192nd Avenue and Southeast First Street.

Planned east Vancouver shopping center to include stores, restaurants

Gramor Development has submitted a preliminary application to build a new retail shopping center in east Vancouver, at the northwest corner of the intersection of Northeast 192nd Avenue and Southeast First Street.

January 2, 2021, 5:05am Business

Gramor Development has submitted a preliminary application to build a new retail shopping center in east Vancouver, at the northwest corner of the intersection of Northeast 192nd Avenue and Southeast First Street. Read story

A new Hobby Lobby store is finishing up the last of construction and is set to debut Sept. 14 at Vancouver Mall.

Hobby Lobby opens at Vancouver Mall on Sept. 14

A new Hobby Lobby store is finishing up the last of construction and is set to debut Sept. 14 at Vancouver Mall.

September 5, 2020, 6:02am Business

Almost two years after Sears closed down its Vancouver Mall location, the anchor tenant space it left behind is poised to come back to life with the arrival of Hobby Lobby. The arts and crafts retail chain will hold a grand opening for the new location Sept. 14, according an… Read story

The JC Penney store in east Vancouver will soon be closing its doors, as seen Monday morning, August 10, 2020.

East Vancouver J.C. Penney store on list of closures

The JC Penney store in east Vancouver will soon be closing its doors, as seen Monday morning, August 10, 2020.

August 10, 2020, 7:10am Business

Struggling retailer JC Penney will close the east Vancouver store. There is no word on an exact date for the closure. Read story

Vancouver resident Rich Packer, right in blue hat, joins fellow shoppers as they look to brighten up their homes with flowers and plants at Yard 'n Garden Land on Tuesday. The business has been experiencing a boost in sales in recent months due to shoppers turning to home garden projects during the pandemic.

Clark County garden suppliers see green as sales shoot up

Vancouver resident Rich Packer, right in blue hat, joins fellow shoppers as they look to brighten up their homes with flowers and plants at Yard 'n Garden Land on Tuesday. The business has been experiencing a boost in sales in recent months due to shoppers turning to home garden projects during the pandemic.

May 20, 2020, 6:01am Business

Local businesses see boom as gardening hobby takes root amid stay-home order Read story