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Family Dollar will shutter stores; unclear how many in the Gem State (access required)

Family Dollar stores and their employees in Idaho are facing a murky future with the news that 390 underperforming locations will close this year in the U.S. and another 200 will switch to the Dollar Tree brand. The closures will ...

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San Jose, Calif. has nation’s lowest homeowner vacancy rate; Denver third lowest

San Jose, California has the nation’s lowest homeowner vacancy rate — the proportion of homeowner housing inventory that is vacant for sale — followed closely by Minneapolis and Denver. That’s according to a new study from LendingTree, the online loan marketplace, which ranked the nation’s 50 ...

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Cities protest Legislature’s proposed urban renewal bill (access required)

picture of proposed boise library

Idaho cities that have used urban renewal funding for economic development purposes are concerned about a bill working its way through the Legislature that would require a vote of the people for a wide variety of such projects. The bill, ...

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Primary Health Medical Group opens pediatric urgent care in Meridian (access required)

Primary Health Medical Group has opened the metro area’s first clinic with a strong focus on pediatric urgent care. That’s good news for the Valley’s parents and guardians, who will be the first to tell you that kids never get ...

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Albertsons opens largest location in Meridian (access required)

Albertsons is looking to upend the grocery store experience with the launch of its second premium brand in the Treasure Valley. Welcome to Albertsons Market Street Meridian, which opened Saturday at 3499 E. Fairview Avenue in the Meridian Crossroads, the ...

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Whittier Elementary christens new building

Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on February 28, 2019   Since late January, the students and staff of Whittier Elementary have frolicked through the halls of a new edifice. Gone are the days of a small library so cramped it couldn’t ...

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Colliers elevates brokers to new ownership roles (access required)

Thirteen of Colliers International Idaho’s top sales professionals have joined company principal George Iliff with ownership stakes, the commercial real estate firm reported Tuesday. In addition, the company announced that Jim Shipman, who joined the firm in October 2017 as ...

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New fire station keeps pace with Meridian’s growth (access required)

The surge of growth in Meridian is impacting not only the city’s demand for homes and schools, but also the necessary resources to keep the community safe. One of Meridian’s priorities — getting fire station No. 6 built in one of ...

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Construction of rumored Amazon facility on hold (access required)

A proposed construction project in Nampa where online retailer Amazon is presumed to be the intended tenant has been delayed. The City of Nampa announced Thursday that the Newport Beach, California-based developer of a project, referred to by the code ...

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