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Existing home sales fall 1.8% in August

By JOSH BOAK

Much of the decline came from an exodus of investors.


Newcastle library lights win awards for designer

By JOURNAL STAFF

A Seattle-based firm called dark|light design won two national awards for lighting in Newcastle Public Library at 12901 Newcastle Way.


Worker dies at Weyerhaeuser mill in Longview

The worker was installing wiring at the mill. The coroner's office is investigating.


Are apartments overbuilt here? Reports say no, they're filling up

By NAT LEVY

Nearly 7,200 apartments opened in the region last year — the most since 1991 — and despite fears of overbuilding, new apartments are filling up and the vacancy rate is holding steady.


Eugene to decide City Hall's future

The Eugene City Council is expected to decide the fate of the shuttered, 50-year-old City Hall on Wednesday.


New additions at Southcenter

By JOURNAL STAFF

Westfield Southcenter said Moctezuma's Mexican Restaurant & Tequila Bar will open in December near BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse.


Ground breaking Thursday for a 19-story tower near Southcenter

By JOURNAL STAFF

Ground breaking is set for 2 p.m. Thursday on what will be Tukwila's tallest building: a 19-story apartment and hotel tower called Washington Place.


SpaceX breaks ground on Texas rocket launch site

By CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN

CEO Elon Musk said the $100M project is the next step in his long-term goal of helping people move to Mars.


Seattle health firm to build more clinics

By JOURNAL STAFF

Vera Whole Health, which contracts with employers to provide worksite health care, announced it received funding from Virginia Mason to build more clinics locally and nationwide.


WSU regents OK health clinic bonds

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Washington State University Board of Regents approved the sale of up to $16.25 million in revenue bonds for design and construction of the University District Health Clinic in Spokane.


Ketchikan has high hopes for shipbuilding projects

Ketchikan could see significant economic benefits — both in terms of new jobs and money spent in the community — if either the state or private companies choose the Ketchikan Shipyard for large-scale shipbuilding projects, according to a recent report.



Concrete picked for $300M Salem bridge

The group choosing a design for a proposed third bridge across the Willamette River in Salem has gone with concrete instead of steel.




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Raymond Handling Concepts sold the machine to benefit two breast cancer charities.





Here’s one big way: They don’t like to drive much and that’s having a big impact on transit and real estate. To learn more watch a live webcast Sept. 16.

Raymond Handling Concepts sold the machine to benefit two breast cancer charities.

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