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Construction on Weaver Creek Commons, an affordable housing project with state and local funding, is expected in late 2024.

3 Clark County agencies to get $19M total to boost affordable housing

Construction on Weaver Creek Commons, an affordable housing project with state and local funding, is expected in late 2024.

January 18, 2024, 6:03pm Clark County News

Several Clark County agencies are the recipients of nearly $19 million in state funding to build more affordable housing. Read story

Attendees work on stamping their words of intention for 2024 onto keychains Jan. 3 at Couve Collective.

Couve Collective gathers strength: Vancouver nonprofit helps those experiencing homelessness, substance-use disorders, more

Attendees work on stamping their words of intention for 2024 onto keychains Jan. 3 at Couve Collective.

January 16, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

Twinkle lights and soft couches create a cozy atmosphere inside a building on the edge of downtown Vancouver that houses the nonprofit Couve Collective. 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

&ldquo;People will tell you, &lsquo;My dad drank it. My grandpa drank it. So many people who live here have a connection to the Lucky Lager brewery,&rdquo; said Vancouver beer memorabilia collector Pat Franco.

‘The king of West Coast beers,’ Lucky Lager an iconic part of Vancouver’s history

&ldquo;People will tell you, &lsquo;My dad drank it. My grandpa drank it. So many people who live here have a connection to the Lucky Lager brewery,&rdquo; said Vancouver beer memorabilia collector Pat Franco.

January 12, 2024, 6:04am Clark County Life

What’s your pleasure: the X, whether bold and blocky or squished flat; the ribbonlike, elegant L; or, some smart mashup of one or more of these familiar symbols? Read story

Volunteer Gene Waid, left, lends a hand at the first-floor information desk of the Clark County Courthouse while directing people to where they need to go at the local justice hub on a recent Friday morning. After more than a decade doing a variety of jobs at the courthouse, Waid has become familiar with the myriad things that bring people to the downtown complex.

‘Can I help you?’: Volunteer Gene Waid directs people to services at Clark County Courthouse

Volunteer Gene Waid, left, lends a hand at the first-floor information desk of the Clark County Courthouse while directing people to where they need to go at the local justice hub on a recent Friday morning. After more than a decade doing a variety of jobs at the courthouse, Waid has become familiar with the myriad things that bring people to the downtown complex.

January 11, 2024, 6:06am Clark County News

As dozens of people walk through the front doors of the Clark County Courthouse on Friday mornings, many of them don’t know where they’re going. But as they look around, a volunteer calls out to them. Read story

Tyler Malek, co-founder of Salt &amp; Straw, serves up a scoop of Chocolate Gooey Brownie at the Waterfront Vancouver on Thursday morning.

Salt & Straw ready to dig in on Vancouver’s waterfront at chain’s 40th store

Tyler Malek, co-founder of Salt &amp; Straw, serves up a scoop of Chocolate Gooey Brownie at the Waterfront Vancouver on Thursday morning.

January 4, 2024, 2:28pm Business

Salt & Straw opened in 2011 with a food cart and four $16 used ice cream makers. Read story

Traffic heads south over the Fruit Valley Road railway bridge in 2019.

Road extension that would divert freight traffic off Fruit Valley ‘going to go back to the drawing board’

Traffic heads south over the Fruit Valley Road railway bridge in 2019.

January 3, 2024, 1:03pm Clark County News

The alignment of a road extension that would divert freight traffic from Fruit Valley Road is likely changing but the specifics are still up in the air. Read story

The Grant Street Pier is barely visible as thick wildfire smoke continues to blanket the region in September 2020. Clark County's air quality was so bad that Vancouver&#039;s PM 2.5 pollution levels went beyond the index used to rate air quality.

Vancouver among 16 communities most impacted by air pollution, according to new state report

The Grant Street Pier is barely visible as thick wildfire smoke continues to blanket the region in September 2020. Clark County's air quality was so bad that Vancouver&#039;s PM 2.5 pollution levels went beyond the index used to rate air quality.

January 2, 2024, 6:36pm Clark County Health

Vancouver residents are more likely than those in most places around Washington to become seriously ill from air pollution, according to a new state report. Read story

Volunteer Alisandra Parmenter restocks potatoes Friday at FISH of Vancouver. The organization set a record for number of families served this week.

FISH sets record with aid: Vancouver food pantry serves 203 households on Wednesday as holidays take toll

Volunteer Alisandra Parmenter restocks potatoes Friday at FISH of Vancouver. The organization set a record for number of families served this week.

December 29, 2023, 5:09pm Clark County News

FISH of Vancouver served a record number of households at its downtown food pantry on Wednesday: 203. Read story

Billy Albertson begins to prepare a latte while working at The Verdict, the deli and cafe at the Clark County Courthouse in downtown Vancouver. Albertson is visually impaired and explained the techniques he&rsquo;s used to operate the cafe for nearly seven years.

Clark County Courthouse cafe The Verdict keeps it consistent

Billy Albertson begins to prepare a latte while working at The Verdict, the deli and cafe at the Clark County Courthouse in downtown Vancouver. Albertson is visually impaired and explained the techniques he&rsquo;s used to operate the cafe for nearly seven years.

December 27, 2023, 6:06am Business

When Billy Albertson made a latte on a recent Monday morning at the Clark County Courthouse’s first-floor cafe, The Verdict, he started by reaching for a 12-ounce cup, which he knew to be in the stack on the farthest left on top of the espresso machine. Read story