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Turning 40 brings change at Hewitt


David Hewitt said when he moved to Seattle in 1960 there were only a few good restaurants, and you couldn’t buy a drink on Sunday or hang out at a sidewalk cafe because there weren’t any.

Engineer reviewed for unlicensed work

Oregon officials are investigating a Eugene employee for doing professional engineering work for the city without a license for six years.

Bertha's cutterhead goes for a test spin


It's been nine months since Seattle Tunnel Partners has rotated the cutterhead of Bertha, the broken tunnel machine stuck along the Seattle waterfront.

State has $5.5M for psychiatric projects


The state Department of Commerce is awarding $5.54 million in grants to six health care providers to develop additional facilities for short-term inpatient psychiatric detention services.

Second leak found at nuclear plant

A leak the size of a pinhole has been discovered in a second fuel rod at Energy Northwest's nuclear power plant near Richland.

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Tom Paladino’s company was on the design team for The Tower at PNC in Pittsburgh and he says the project changed his life.

Liebherr installed a tower crane on Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain, for a cable car project.

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