Foodies too will debut this fall in the former site of Paper Street Brewing Co. It will become the third restaurant opened by Joanna and Terry Wilson in the past three years.

Second Foodies restaurant coming to Richland’s Parkway

The Wilson family has expanded from a single floating food counter aboard a pontoon on the Columbia River to three full-service restaurants in Kennewick and Richland. Their third restaurant, called Foodies too, is expected to open before Christmas in Richland’s The Parkway, occupying the space once home to Paper Street Brewing Co. Terry and Joanna…

Local News

Kennewick recently revised its transportation impact fees, or TIFs, to a location-based fee schedule, with the highest fees assessed on homes built in the Southridge area, and the lowest on homes built in the city’s downtown core.

Builders face rising home permit fees

Tri-City home building permits remain a fraction of the cost they are in larger cities like Seattle and Portland, but the final price tag still...

Businesses relying on Mother Nature feel effects of smoky skies

Tri-Cities’ second Grocery Outlet opens on Road 68

Real Estate & Construction

A massive remodel is underway at the M Hotel on George Washington Way, taking dozens of rooms down to the studs before re-opening them at the end of the month. The hotel is poised to become a Best Western property after its remodel began in fall 2017. The hotel started as a Holiday Inn when it first opened in 1976.

M is for ‘makeover’ at longtime Richland hotel

A Richland mainstay for more than 40 years, the M Hotel will soon offer guests refurbished rooms when its first phase of renovations...

U.S. World Class Taekwondo expands to Kennewick

McDonald’s spending $126 million across state to improve restaurants

Monthly Focuses

Columbia Basin College President Rebekah Woods, left, and Washington State University Tri-Cities Chancellor Sandra Haynes stand near the Small Business Development Center office at the Tri-City Development Council in Kennewick. The two colleges have teamed up with TRIDEC to bring the business consulting resource back.

Small Business Development Center returning to Kennewick

New businesses are opening up left and right in Tri-Cities, while existing ones continue to grow and expand, with new development opportunities like the Vista...

Kennewick startup develops payment transaction solution for small businesses

Libraries note increase in digital downloads as audiobook popularity grows

Building Tri-Cities

Chuck E. Cheese 6340 W. Rio Grande Ave., Kennewick

Chuck E. Cheese re-opens in Kennewick

The Richland Chuck E. Cheese restaurant is re-opening in Kennewick. A soft opening for the 14,458-square-foot restaurant is scheduled for Sept. 15....

Two new warehouses completed at Vista Field

Keene Road development brings news businesses to West Richland

Latest News

New ACT theater gets new name, 400 donated seats

Richland Dutch Bros. temporarily closes during remodel

Free business programs event set for Oct. 3

Kadlec Express Care to open in Pasco, Richland Walgreens 

Late clock repairman’s wife working to reunite clocks with their owners

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