Despite the pandemic overhang, total assessed property values hit nearly $620 billion, thanks to a gonzo home market and a resilient tech industry, Assessor Larry Stone said.
Ige says that the package of recently signed bills will “address the digital divide.”
San Juan Island locals know it as the Stern Estate, a waterfront retreat with a whale-watch deck to see orcas at play.
One suit was filed by a group of 15 Black workers, who allege they were subjected to racial discrimination. The other was filed by a lesbian woman who charged that she was sexual harassed while at the company.
The Whittle School's financial struggles are again surfacing in the courts as its landlord files another suit, this time against a brokerage firm.
Facebook's founder reportedly is cutting plans to hire engineers by at least 30% this year, among other austerity measures.
The top five credit unions on the list have total assets of more than $191.43 billion, as of March 31.
Q&A: One year in, American Cancer Society’s new leader sees a sharpened focus coming out of the Covid pandemic
Karen Knudsen's first realization after taking over the American Cancer Society? Her new organization was bigger and more influential than she ever imagined.
U.S. Rep. Doris Matsui on Friday announced the California Mobility Center won $2 million in federal funding for its Advanced Manufacturing Career Pathways Program.
The company's wellness program constantly evolves to meet employees' needs.
Over weeks of criticism, readers took an overwhelming position on the controversial golf event.
The University of Pittsburgh has appointed Rick Esch as the president of its Bradford and Titusville campuses, effective July 1. Esch had been serving as interim president for the past year. He began his career at Pitt-Bradford in 1995 as director of ...