Mario Andretti, a racing legend whose resume includes wins in NASCAR’s Daytona 500 as well as the Indianapolis 500 among many others, helped open the new Firestone in Covington Dec. 14 and broke the ceremonial scissors in the process.
At Farrelli’s, it’s a self-serve kind of place when it comes to the tap.
Local sales tax rates will be changing in San Juan County and the cities of Sequim and Spokane on Jan. 1.
Despite some serious stockpiling in May, spirits sales by volume were 2.9 percent higher during the first four months of privatization than they were a year earlier, the Washington State Department of Revenue reported.
The Eastside economy should see growth over the next year, according to a consumer shopping survey conducted by Pulse of America and the Reporter.
Employers planning to claim an expanded tax credit for hiring certain veterans should act soon, according to the IRS. Many businesses may qualify to receive thousands of dollars through the Work Opportunity Tax Credit, but only if the veteran begins work before the new year.
The latest BLS News Release showing total compensation costs for private industry workers in the Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia metropolitan area is now available online at http://www.bls.gov/ro9/eciseat.pdf.
Dace’s Rock ‘n’ More is going virtual with online music lessons.
In an age when Nintendo 3DS’ and iPads have replaced traditional toys, Vicki Lewis has decided to solve one puzzle with another one.
KellySue Robinson wants to bring art to the masses with her new studio in Maple Valley.
A few years after Sid Snyder retired as Washington Senate majority leader in 2002, elected leaders from both parties voted to honor by him re-naming the street leading to the state capitol in Olympia “Sid Snyder Avenue.”
The Maple Valley and Kent Stroller Strides franchise was nominated among the top three in the nation.
High-energy event honors hard-working business owners who create local jobs and contribute to our regional economy.
That empty soda cup you tossed into a recycling bin at Safeco Field or CenturyLink Field or even at The Boeing Classic in August, in a year or so, will probably be compost.
BECU celebrated the grand opening of a new Neighborhood Financial Center (NFC) today in Maple Valley.
The Allstate Insurance Company (NYSE: ALL) today released its eighth annual “Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report™.” The report, based on Allstate claims data, ranks America’s 200 largest cities in terms of car collision frequency to identify which cities have the safest drivers.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney tell voters they want manufacturers to stay in America and create new jobs. The president even promised an audience in New Hampshire that he’d create 4.5 million new jobs, half of those in manufacturing.
Dynamic Partners – a consortium of organizations empowering children with special needs through innovation and collaboration – recently was awarded the silver medal for Washington’s Best Workplaces by the Puget Sound Business Journal.
Fans of Trapper’s Sushi will soon have a new location to get their fix when the fifth store opens in Kent Station in early September.
Property tax revenue increased 1.6 percent to $9.3 billion in 2012, with $37 million of the $143 million increase over 2011 stemming from new construction added to the tax rolls, the Washington State Department of Revenue reported today.