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The financial markets right now are having a direct impact on the real estate market.There’s the takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the "bailout… Continue reading
Sheila Goodfellow, a client care coordinator with Federal Way’s Comfort Keepers, has earned the designation of Certified Senior Advisor (CSA). Through the Society of Certified… Continue reading
• A new program, StartZone, funded by a Small Business Administration grant, has been launched at Highline Community College (HCC) in Des Moines, Wash., to help immigrants, people of color, women and those with disabilities start and grow their own business.
• Former Federal Way resident Alice Kulik has established Alisa Bridal and Formal at 1414 S. 324th St., Suite B207.
Debit and credit cards provide convenience for consumers. However, those conveniences are not without costs.
The financial meltdown of the last year has had a negative impact on just about everyone.
The public is invited to attend an open house on the City Center Access Project. The event will be held 4 to 7 p.m. Nov. 12 in the Macy’s courtyard at The Commons mall, 1928 S. Commons Way.
• Rick Burns and John Wolf, former Seattle Pike Place Market high stall produce vendors, opened Northshore Quality Produce Market on the corner of 21st Avenue SW and SW 356th Street.
• Lindy Lou’s Coffee and Deli owners Tammy and Michael Dziak recently added a second operation, Lindy Lou’s … Too, located westerly down 320th Street where it intersects with Hoyt Road.
Several recent elections have proven the theory that every vote does count, whether you are thinking of our last gubernatorial race or others.
When the economy hits hard times, people react with caution. Consumers tend to pull away from extra expenses and curb their spending. Some necessities can’t be avoided — one of which is transportation. Despite a national decline in sales, auto dealers are still selling cars. However, automakers say they are dealing with another financial roadblock. Many claim that banks have tightened their credit requirements and are denying more loan applications, according to a recent report from the Associated Press.
Autumn has barely begun and firewood sales are in full swing. That is nothing unusual, said David Goetz, owner of Quality Firewood. Goetz, a firewood retailer for the past 30 years, sells wood year-round. However, his busy season usually begins in late August when customers prepare for the winter season.
A low-budget marketing campaign kicked off this week to convince business owners that Federal Way has it all within reach.