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Saint Alphonsus opens new vascular clinic (access required)

Graham Donald, MD, cuts the ribbon on the new vascular and endovascular clinic at the Saint Alphonsus Medical Center in Boise.

Saint Alphonsus Medical Center reopened its vascular and endovascular clinic last week, moving it into a new facility in the Hartman Building on the health care provider’s Boise campus. The new clinic space at 1075 N Curtis Road has 4,945 ...

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Boise City Council approves Voyager subdivision appeal (access required)

Oblique aerial photo of the site of the future Voyager subdivision.

The Boise City Council approved the appeal of a rezoning request for the future Voyager subdivision on Five Mile Road during their Dec. 10 meeting. The Planning & Zoning Commission voted on Oct. 14 not to recommend a rezone from ...

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Boise City Council denies Eyrie Terraces appeal (access required)

Photo of attorney Deborah Nelson appealing the Eyrie Terraces permit denial at the Boise City Council meeting.

The Boise City Council denied an appeal on Dec. 10 for a hillside development permit for the Eyrie Terraces subdivision, a project that generated numerous public comments in opposition. The Planning & Zoning Commission rejected the permit and accompanying preliminary ...

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Boise is the top housing market for 2020

The online version of this article was updated on Dec. 12 to clarify the relationship between Realtor.com, the National Association of Realtors and Move Inc. Boise has grabbed the No. 1 spot as the hottest residential housing market in the ...

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Idaho AGC announces awards and officers (access required)

Tracy and Margaret Hopkins were the joint recipients of the Idaho AGC Associate of the Year award. Left to right: Idaho AGC CEO Wayne Hammon, 2019 chapter president Zach Higgins and Tracy Hopkins.

The Idaho chapter of the Associated General Contractors held their annual meeting and year-end gala on Dec. 5 in Boise. The annual meeting marked the turnover of the chapter’s officers. It also included reports from its CEO, treasurer and lobbyists. ...

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680 homes were just approved in rural Ada County despite a 3-year-old ban. This is why

The developers of the controversial Dry Creek Ranch subdivision near Hidden Springs have just cleared what may be their biggest remaining legal obstacle to completing the 1,815-home development. The Ada County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously last week to approve ...

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