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The Longshoremen’s work slowdown that snarled west coast ports for nine months is over, leaving behind bitter memories and billions in economic damages. But the global trends that foreshadowed that port disruption remain.
The Tahoma Lacrosse Club is inviting all businesses to be a part of their 5th annual Lacrosse Auction May 8, at the Cedar Lodge of Maple Valley
Today, 98 percent of American companies that export are small businesses, but more than half of our exporters are only selling to one foreign market, usually Canada or Mexico. The U.S. Small Business Administration is here to help more entrepreneurs reach new markets for their goods and services
Amber Bills of Maple Valley received a top award from Coldwell Banker for the 2014 achievements as “Top Producer 2014,” which made her the No. 1 broker for closed units among the 350 brokers in her office
Realtor Marti Reeder has been awarded one of John L. Scott’s highest honors
Legendary Doughnuts, owned by Shannon Patten, opened its doors in Covington Nov. 26
Ever since the $15 wage proposal was narrowly approved by city of SeaTac voters, municipal leaders in neighboring Seattle have pushed to impose the same edict.
The new Wendy’s in Covington will have their grand opening March 16
Maple Valley Bar & Grill held a grand opening fundraiser for the food bank in January
Every January, the goal to lose weight and get in shape is at the top of New Year’s resolution lists. After all the snacking and feasting that goes on from Thanksgiving to Jan. 1, that’s no big surprise.
Covering shoplifting prevention and the consequences on everyone
Speakers from the Employment Security Department’s Shared Work program will join members of the Covington Chamber of Commerce.
Business Watch monthly newsletter | Maple Valley Police Department | October
Time is running out to offer nominations for a 2014 Corporations for Communities Award. The nomination deadline is August 31.
Whether it’s giving online birthday wishes, connecting with former classmates or gaming with friends, social media has become a powerful networking tool for businesses, consumers and, now more than ever, crooks.
With relief efforts underway in Washington’s Carlton Complex fire, Better Business Bureau along with Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Secretary of State Kim Wyman urge consumers to be on the lookout for bogus charities and scammers trying to capitalize on a natural disaster.
Valley Medical celebrated the soon to be open clinic with a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 24.
As single-game tickets for the Seahawks go on sale, the Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington warns fans to be wary of too-good-to-be-true deals.
Double-check that number before you call back. That’s the warning from the Washington State Department of Revenue about voice messages being left from someone claiming to be a Revenue employee.