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Port of Vancouver officials look on as the iconic sign for the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay comes down Thursday morning. The sign removal is a part of a larger project to demolish the former hotel and rebuild Terminal 1, extending the district established by the new Waterfront Vancouver.

End of the line for Red Lion hotel sign

Port of Vancouver officials look on as the iconic sign for the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay comes down Thursday morning. The sign removal is a part of a larger project to demolish the former hotel and rebuild Terminal 1, extending the district established by the new Waterfront Vancouver.

May 5, 2022, 5:52pm Business

There are no more rooms at the inn. And now, no iconic sign, either. Read story

Parked cars line the streets of the Waterfront Vancouver on Tuesday morning. City staff are discussing updating Vancouver's downtown parking plan, which hasn't been altered since 2006.

A new space age: Vancouver eyes changing downtown parking strategies

Parked cars line the streets of the Waterfront Vancouver on Tuesday morning. City staff are discussing updating Vancouver's downtown parking plan, which hasn't been altered since 2006.

May 5, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

The city of Vancouver is considering changing its downtown parking strategies, possibly putting less emphasis on cars in favor of foot traffic and multimodal access. Read story

After traveling the world and living in Canada, New Zealand, Argentina, Thailand and other places, Faith Odman settled in Vancouver and opened a pottery studio, Kilnfolk Ceramic Studio.

Pottery charm: Kilnfolk Ceramic Studio only business of its kind in downtown Vancouver

After traveling the world and living in Canada, New Zealand, Argentina, Thailand and other places, Faith Odman settled in Vancouver and opened a pottery studio, Kilnfolk Ceramic Studio.

May 2, 2022, 6:02am Business

After traveling the world and living in Canada, New Zealand, Argentina, Thailand and other places, Faith Odman settled in Vancouver and opened a pottery studio. Read story

Crews at the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 5 move rocks and gravel to prepare the area to store wind energy components in 2015.

Port of Vancouver rejects demolition bids for Terminal 5 job

Crews at the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 5 move rocks and gravel to prepare the area to store wind energy components in 2015.

April 28, 2022, 6:04am Business

The Port of Vancouver is having to delay the demolition of a crane and gallery at Terminal 5 because of strains on the supply chain and labor shortages. Read story

Ruse Brewing opens at Waterfront Vancouver

April 28, 2022, 6:04am Business

A new brewery and pizzeria called Ruse Brewing opened at The Waterfront Vancouver last week. Read story

Conceptual renderings detail the envisioned design of the prototype Frog Ferry vessel, which will be built by All American Marine, based in Bellingham. The 65-foot vessel would be short enough to fit under Portland's Steel Bridge without requiring a bridge lift on most days.

Frog Ferry project still on despite financial woes

Conceptual renderings detail the envisioned design of the prototype Frog Ferry vessel, which will be built by All American Marine, based in Bellingham. The 65-foot vessel would be short enough to fit under Portland's Steel Bridge without requiring a bridge lift on most days.

April 28, 2022, 6:03am Business

A proposed ferry service in Portland and Vancouver called Frog Ferry hit financial trouble, but it will continue to pursue its project. Read story

Pho Haven, a Vancouver Vietnamese restaurant at 2014 Main St., is closed indefinitely after a new owner could not meet building health code requirements.

Uptown Vancouver’s Pho Haven closes

Pho Haven, a Vancouver Vietnamese restaurant at 2014 Main St., is closed indefinitely after a new owner could not meet building health code requirements.

April 28, 2022, 6:01am Business

Pho Haven, a Vietnamese restaurant in Vancouver’s Uptown Village, is closed indefinitely after a new owner could not meet building health code requirements. Read story

The city of Vancouver is considering reserving land to expand the Vancouver Convention Center to make it cohesive with the adjacent Waterfront Gateway developments. Consultant firm Conventions, Sports and Leisure International presented findings from its feasibility study to staff Thursday.

Expansion of Vancouver Convention Center studied

The city of Vancouver is considering reserving land to expand the Vancouver Convention Center to make it cohesive with the adjacent Waterfront Gateway developments. Consultant firm Conventions, Sports and Leisure International presented findings from its feasibility study to staff Thursday.

April 27, 2022, 6:03am Business

As the future development of the Waterfront Gateway is under consideration, Vancouver city staff are entertaining the expansion of the Vancouver Convention Center to synergize with the master plan. Read story

Emily Corsen, now 12 years old, shows off her succulents for sale during the Vancouver Farmers Market's kid market in 2019. The market has now partnered with the Greater Vancouver Chamber to provide free booths for young entrepreneurs and training to create and implement a business plan.

Vancouver Farmers Market’s Junior Market calling all whiz kids

Emily Corsen, now 12 years old, shows off her succulents for sale during the Vancouver Farmers Market's kid market in 2019. The market has now partnered with the Greater Vancouver Chamber to provide free booths for young entrepreneurs and training to create and implement a business plan.

April 23, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

Kids can get the chance to test out their entrepreneurial spirit this year at the Vancouver Farmers Market’s Junior Market. Read story

The scorched interior of Diosa, a new Mexican restaurant that was scheduled to open in downtown Vancouver next week. Fire Marshal Heidi Scarpelli said the Thursday afternoon fire was caused by sparks from unpermitted pyrotechnic machines igniting a decoration on the ceiling of the restaurant.

Diosa, pyrotechnic firm fined in wake of fire at downtown Vancouver restaurantvideo icon

The scorched interior of Diosa, a new Mexican restaurant that was scheduled to open in downtown Vancouver next week. Fire Marshal Heidi Scarpelli said the Thursday afternoon fire was caused by sparks from unpermitted pyrotechnic machines igniting a decoration on the ceiling of the restaurant.

April 23, 2022, 6:00am Business

Large, indoor sparklers caused $277,000 in damage to Diosa, a new upscale Mexican restaurant in downtown Vancouver, Thursday afternoon after a spark ignited ceiling decorations while about 60 people were inside. Read story