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Meridian mixes new park, YMCA, St. Luke’s, Hillsdale School at The Hill

Construction started in January on a full-service YMCA that will be located alongside the new Hillsdale Park at Amity and Eagle roads in Meridian. Photo by Teya Vitu.

Imagine a park with an elementary school, a YMCA, a library, an innovative medical center and a large farmhouse at its edges. Nobody in Meridian was thinking such things four years ago. Then David Turnbull met Marti Hill at Hill’s ...

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WinCo readies to build second Meridian store (access required)

WinCo Foods purchased these 35 acres in November on Overland Road to build a second WinCo store in Meridian and assorted other retail. Photo by Teya Vitu.

WinCo Foods expects to construction soon on a second Meridian store that will be on Overland Road between Eagle and Locust Grove roads. WinCo purchased 35 acres in November that runs between Overland and Interstate 84. The Boise-based grocery company ...

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Northwest Neurobehavioral Health is building a new Meridian office (access required)

Northwest Neurobehavioral Health's new office will be custom designed for its needs. Image courtesy of C|T|Y Studio.

Construction started at the end of February at the Gramercy District in Meridian on a new office for Northwest Neurobehavioral Health. The Meridian multi-disciplinary diagnostic and treatment center has expanded several times in existing space at the nearby Goldstone Center ...

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Boise’s playing catch-up on bike and pedestrian paths (access required)

Harris Ranch is following the lead of cities across the country with appealing multi-use paths separate from streets. Photo by Patrick Sweeney.

In just a few years, the American bike lane concept has matured beyond a hastily painted add-on at the edge of a road. Now descriptions include protected, buffered, contraflow, shared-use, cycle tracks, separate bike paths and greenways. Minneapolis even calls ...

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Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine to break ground in April (access required)

The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine will be the first medical college in Idaho. Image courtesy of Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Construction is expected to start in April on the $34 million Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, the state’s first medical college. The L-shaped, roughly 90,000- to 95,000-square-foot ICOM will be built at the same Central Drive education cluster as Idaho ...

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Meridian opens an outdoor gym (access required)

Meridian's first outdoor gym is at Tully Park. Photo courtesy of city of Meridian.

Meridian opened an outdoor gym Nov. 14 at Tully Park, an initiative driven by youth at the invitation of the Meridian City Council. The outdoor gym emerged as the idea of the Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council, which was looking for ...

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Wahooz expands into the great indoors (access required)

Wahooz Family Fun Zone is adding an Indoor Adventure Park. Photo courtesy of Wahooz Family Fun Zone.

Family entertainment is going indoors at the Wahooz Family Fun Zone in Meridian with the Nov. 3 opening of the 70,000-square-foot Indoor Adventure Park. The indoor park is the latest addition to the 26-acre, family-owned Roaring Springs Water Park-Wahooz-Pinz Bowling ...

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Northbound Eagle Road will be widened to The Village at Meridian

The Idaho Transportation Department started construction Aug. 23 on a third northbound lane for Eagle Road from Franklin Road to Fairview Avenue, the department reported. The work will extend the three-lane northbound stretch already in place from Interstate 84 to ...

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