Covington led the pack in retail growth from 2005 to 2010 according to the 2011 Washington State Retail Survey.
Mattress Discounters opened a new Covington store last week, one of 12 they opened in the Pacific Northwest.
Sylvia Parker held a ribbon cutting at DaVine in Maple Valley to celebrate her new business name, Fairwood CPA Services PLLC.
With a bad economy, political bickering in our nation’s capital and daily news coverage of raucous protests here at home, it may seem harder to get into the Christmas spirit this year.
AT&T has opened a new 3,900-square-foot store in Covington.
The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, through the Department of
Commerce, announced today that total October exports of $179.2 billion and imports of $222.6
billion resulted in a goods and services deficit of $43.5 billion, down from $44.2 billion in
There is a brighter side to Christmas this year, despite the weak economy and lawmakers bickering over how to patch the $2 billion hole in the state’s budget.
New members of the Greater Maple Valley – Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce
Just about the time the Congressional “Super Committee” declared failure, our national debt clock rolled past $15 trillion. Even as the discussions, co-chaired by Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., ground to a halt and Congress left the Capitol for Thanksgiving, the debt clock kept ticking.
Allied Waste Services will be collecting food donations for the community during the week of Nov. 28 to Dec. 2 from Covington residents.
How about some good news heading into the holidays? It comes from our nation’s farmers and ranchers.
President Obama says he will delay until 2013 a decision about the $13 billion Keystone pipeline, which would carry Canadian oil to Gulf coast refineries.
The next time you’re on a commercial airliner, think about this: The GPS navigation unit in your car is more advanced than the technology used by air traffic controllers.
The dictionary defines “deadbeat” as someone who deliberately avoids paying their bills. It’s an unflattering label, but for Illinois, it’s now their unofficial new nickname: the Deadbeat State.
The World Trade Center Tacoma has officially quadrupled its membership since 2009. On Oct. 5th, Brown & Haley President & CEO Pierson Clair hand-delivered their membership check to WTC Tacoma President Anthony Hemstad to symbolically mark the quadrupling.
Once upon a time the vision for the stand alone business at Sawyer Village on Kent-Kangley Road and Southeast 216th Street was for a bank with a drive through.
On Oct. 10, though, Ristrettos will open as a coffee shop and wine bar in the plaza.
There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony for Bounce It Up from 5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Diamond Square in Black Diamond.
In today’s dog-eat-dog world, change is constant and accelerating. Other countries are stealing our factories and jobs and are hungry for more. That is the new reality.
New members of the Greater Maple Valley Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce
Looking at the opinion polls, it’s easy to be depressed these days. Three out of four likely voters say America’s on the wrong track, consumer confidence has tanked, investors are sitting on the sidelines and job growth has stalled.