Sound Transit seeks OK to raise money
By JOURNAL STAFF
Property, sales and motor vehicle taxes could be increased.
Revolve finishing one apartment project and then starting another
41-foot nutcracker in Oregon aiming for world's record
The jaw on the giant centerpiece can crack coconuts.
Real estate tech firm hires McGinn
DriveDecisions develops 3-D mapping software to help real estate investors, developers and urban planners find and evaluate real estate opportunities.
Suquamish Tribe starts health and fitness center
Lesser-known resorts can be more rewarding
By KAREN SCHWARTZ
21 Indian reservations join buyback program
By MATTHEW BROWN
The program aims to buy land with "fractionated" interests and consolidate ownership under tribal governments.
Poll: Employers won't drop health coverage
By TOM MURPHY
Companies in general remain committed, but the expense may become too much for smaller businesses with less control over rates and coverage.
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