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Construction backlog blipped up last month
Photo by Benjamin Minnick
The pandemic's grip on the construction economy may be loosening up a bit, according to the latest data from the Associated Builders and Contractors.

Chicago's Sterling Bay eyes Seattle market

By BRIAN MILLER

Sterling’s new West Coast team was behind the recent, second renovation of Portland’s historic Meier & Frank building.


State awards $18M for salmon projects

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Salmon Recovery Funding Board yesterday awarded $18 million in grants to organizations in the state to repair rivers, remove barriers blocking fish passage and replant riverbanks in an effort to recover salmon from the brink of extinction.

State workers lose case to recover union dues

Public employees who leave a union can't recover back dues, a federal appeals court ruled.

67 Ballard units set for final design review

By BRIAN MILLER

The proposal will have its next and likely final administrative design review in November.


Dick's Drive-In going mobile

By JOURNAL STAFF

Dick's Drive-In will go mobile in mid-November with a new food truck.

COVID rates soar in college towns as students return

By CASEY SMITH, IRENA HWANG and COLLIN BINKLEY

Just two weeks after students started returning to Ball State University last month, the surrounding county had become Indiana's coronavirus epicenter.

Mexican archaeological ruins reopening to visitors

By DIEGO DELGADO

Mexico's pre-Hispanic ruin sites have begun re-opening to tourists for the first time since they were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic in March.

After Hours: Italian Festival offers music, culture online

Seattle Center Festal: The Italian Festival offers a variety of Italian culture online starting at noon on Sept. 26.


Pandemic Halloween is a mixed bag all around

By LEANNE ITALIE

The family holiday so many look forward to each year is going to look different in the pandemic as parents and the people who provide Halloween fun navigate a myriad of restrictions and safety concerns.


TODAY'S STORIES

Business
COVID rates soar in college towns as students return
Pandemic Halloween is a mixed bag all around
Bank of England eyes sub-zero rates
Stocks slump on gloomy outlook
State workers lose case to recover union dues
$25M tax break for Google in Nevada
Dick's Drive-In going mobile

Construction
Construction backlog blipped up last month
Home building slides 5.1%

Environment
State awards $18M for salmon projects

Weekend
Mexican archaeological ruins reopening to visitors
'Nomadland' wins top prize at Venice Film Fest
After Hours: Italian Festival offers music, culture online
At the Movies: A breakthrough performance in ‘Broken Hearts Gallery'
Hawaii: No COVID, no quarantine
Park MGM adopts smoke-free policy

Real Estate
67 Ballard units set for final design review
6 South End units sell for $2M
Chicago's Sterling Bay eyes Seattle market
Kirkland building sells for $2.6M
$2.5M sale for Kent building
Kent industrial building sold



Jim Richmond
Bonneville Seattle Media Group
Astrid Santiago
Sazan Environmental Services
Sam Wright
Sazan Environmental Services
Jack Newman
Sazan Environmental Services






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