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Jack-in-Box buys former Exxon building (access required)

Jack in the Box has purchased a long-vacant Exxon station on Capitol Boulevard in Boise and plans to start building a fast-food eatery there this summer.The half-acre parcel, between Sherwood Street and Ann Morrison Park Drive, previously belonged to Goodman ...

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Second retail coffee shop opened in Caldwell (access required)

A Boise couple has acquired licensing rights and opened the Valley’s second retail coffee shop in Caldwell featuring coffee from Boise-based roaster and distributor Treasure Valley Coffee.The 2,000-square-foot shop, called The Roasteré (pronounced like “roastery”) opened in January and employs ...

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Tapas Mediterranean Bistro closes doors (access required)

After three years, Tapas Mediterranean Bistro on the third floor of the Washington Mutual Capitol Plaza building has closed for good and its assets have been acquired by the restaurant’s landlords.Timbre Wolfe, a principal in Wolfe Property & Investments LLC ...

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5th Sunrise Cafe slated for Middleton in April (access required)

Construction has started on a fifth Sunrise Cafe in the Treasure Valley on East First Street in downtown Middleton and is planned for an early April opening.Brian Godsill, Sunrise Cafe co-owner, said construction of the 4,200-square-foot, 132-seat family-style restaurant began ...

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Auto Java opens 2nd kiosk on Ustick Road (access required)

The owners of Auto Java, a drive-through coffee and espresso kiosk in southeast Boise, have opened a second Auto Java kiosk in a mini-mall they purchased last summer on Ustick Road, between Cole Road and Mountain View Drive.Jeff and Ben ...

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Energy holding company chief to keynote Chamber meeting Feb. 20 (access required)

The future of energy in the Valley and the nation, and the role of corporations, will keynote the 116th annual meeting of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce Feb. 20 at the Boise Centre on the Grove.Keith Bailey, chairman of ...

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Parking 'ambassador' roves 8th St., tickets lingerers (access required)

A parking program in downtown Boise has gradually lessened the number of illegally parked cars along Eighth Street and educated drivers about parking alternatives, according to Capital City Development Corp. officials.In September, in an effort to better regulate the parking ...

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Staples Inc. to close Rexburg store in April (access required)

Office supplies retailer Staples Inc. plans to close only one of its eight Idaho stores – the one in Rexburg – as part of a companywide restructuring that includes the closure of 30 of its stores over the next two ...

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Rehab of Collister Shopping Center nears end (access required)

The Collister Shopping Center at Collister Drive and State Street in Boise is nearing the completion of a nearly year-long renovation by on-site owners who hope to revitalize the 40-year-old, 8.5-acre mini-mall. The renovation, estimated at about $300,000, started in ...

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Co-branded A&W/KFC eatery planned near new Target (access required)

A co-branded A&W and Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant is one of two retail buildings planned at the southeast corner of Eagle Road and Chinden Boulevard in Boise in a shopping center anchored by a recently opened Target store.According to plans ...

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