A second moratorium on housing development in southwest Spokane might make for a nice campaign promise to those in that neighborhood, but it would do little to address growing pains along the U.S. 195 corridor.
What such an extreme measure would do is
A regional approach to addressing homelessness remains the best path forward for helping the Spokane area's most vulnerable people. Elected leaders must put political ideologies and partisan influences aside to find ways to work together to make the
While firefighters, law enforcement, health care professionals, and countless volunteers are the true heroes in a time of crisis, the Spokane business community deserves recognition-unsought as it might be-for stepping up in a big way following the
Focused Behavior Solutions LLC, a Spokane-based therapy services clinic for children and teens, has leased 5,800 square feet of office space formerly occupied by the United Food & Commercial Workers Union Local 3000, at 1719 and 1727 N.
News about young companies doing interesting things has become the norm in the Inland Northwest, a sign that the entrepreneurial ecosystem is thriving in ways business advocates had hoped it would for years.
The Journal has used this space before to
Construction trade organizations have taken matters into their own hands when it comes to workforce development. Their approaches are starting to pay dividends and could serve as inspiration for other industries looking to fill their workforce pipelines.
Spokane Treasure Trove, a Spokane-based vintage toy, collectibles, and candy store, has leased a 2,000-square-foot retail space at the location of the former Spokane Art School building, at 811 W. Garland, in Spokane, where the company has