Articles by TCAJOB Staff

Dr. Neil Aiello volunteers for the Starkey Hearing Foundation

Kennewick audiologist offers the joy of hearing across the globe

Some consider the world full of annoying sounds — buzzing cell phones, honking cars, kids playing and people chattering. [blockquote quote=”Without hearing, you’re disconnected from the world.” source=”Dr. Neil Aiello, owner of Columbia Basin Hearing Center” align=”right” max_width=”300px”] For others the world is silent. Imagine if you’d never heard the first cries of a newborn…

Haberling merger creates community-based HFG Trust

Haberling merger creates community-based HFG Trust

Haberling Financial Group is merging its wealth management business into a newly-formed subsidiary of Community First Bank in Kennewick. [blockquote quote=”We are the only locally-owned bank in the Tri-Cities and we will now be the only locally-owned trust company.” source=”Eric Pearson, president of Community First Bank” align=”right” max_width=”300px”] The transaction is subject to regulatory and…

Commercial construction

Tri-Cities commercial and industrial building back on track

You can’t drive very far around the Tri-Cities without seeing new buildings rising, backhoes leveling land or tell cranes moving steel beams into place. The new Fairchild 12-plex movie theater opened last week in Richland’s Queensgate shopping area. In Kennewick, Kadlec has started construction on a new primary care clinic and in Pasco, a new…

Business Briefs — December 2015

Business Briefs — December 2015

Food for Fines Drive The Mid-Columbia Library will have its annual Food for Fines Drive through Dec. 31. Library customers can pay their fines using non-perishable food items. Each food item counts as $1 toward overdue fines, up to $10 per account. All food will be donated to local food banks throughout the region. As…

Networking — December 2015

Networking — December 2015

Faamausili selected Laauli Faamausili, a crop insurance manager for Basin Pacific in Kennewick, has been chosen to participate in Class 38 of the AgForestry Leadership Program. The program offers leadership development for those who work in the natural resource industries and related services in Washington state. As a member of the class, Faamausili will attend…

New Businesses — December 2015

New Businesses — December 2015

NEW BUSINESSES Ann’s Best Creole and Soul Food Café has opened at 1901 Terminal Dr. in the Richland Airport. The restaurant serves Cajun and creole soul food and is open for breakfast and lunch. The hours are 6:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday – Saturday. For more information call 509-947-3011. The business is also on…

WSU's medical program

Kadlec to offer clinical rotations for WSU College of Medicine students

As Washington State University moves toward the creation of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, Kadlec Regional Medical Center is positioning itself to become an integral part of the program by offering clinical rotations for the residency program. [blockquote quote=”We hope this (partnership) will result in physicians who are familiar with the community and…

Center Vision Clinic

Center Vision sets sights on future growth by building new clinic

Construction has started on a 11,200 optometry clinic at 8127 Grandridge Blvd. in Kennewick, which will become home to Center Vision Clinic late spring. [blockquote quote=”We strive to provide an outstanding patient experience — not just an eye checkup.” source=”Dr. Aaron Banta, co-owner of Center Vision Clinic” align=”right” max_width=”300px”] Dr. Aaron Banta, O.D., said the…

Lifequest Fitness

Lifequest Fitness completes renovation

Lifequest Fitness at 4215 Convention Place in Pasco has completed an addition that added two new swimming pools, two hot tub/Jacuzzis, a steam room and a dry sauna. CMS Builders was the general contractor on the $1 million, 5,600-sq.-ft. addition. McCue & Associates was the project’s architect. . The new swimming pools will offer more…

Ben Franklin Transit

Ben Franklin Transit offers many options for those who can’t drive

We all like our independence and freedom to come and go when and where we want. So when it comes time to hang up the car keys for good because of failing health or to save money, questions are going to race through your mind. [blockquote quote=”Riding the buses can be intimidating for someone who’s…

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