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Candy, jewelry, more: New local marketplace set for State St.

A new year-round market offering a wide variety of goods is opening on State St. in Boise later this month. The State Street Marketplace, which...

City of Boise cancels water recycling contract with Farmer’s Union Ditch Company

Boise’s Public Works Department terminated a years-old contract with a canal company it once proposed to collaborate with on a water recycling project.  In August,...

Parkour gym owner Domeny running for Boise City Council

A local entrepreneur and member of the Army Reserve threw his hat in the ring for Boise City Council.  Nicholas Domeny, 31, is running for...

Hair salon owner Santa Cruz-Cernick hopes to win Boise council seat

A political newcomer hopes to shake up Boise City Hall this year.  Maria Santa Cruz-Cernick, 56, is running to represent Boise’s North End and Northwest...

City changes course, says task force won’t help decide location for Interfaith shelter

A task force set up to study Interfaith Sanctuary’s proposal for a new shelter location shifted gears in its final meetings.  At the end of...

North End real estate agent MacMillan to challenge Sanchez for city council seat

A long-time North End resident hopes to unseat incumbent Lisa Sanchez on the Boise City Council.  Greg MacMillan, 50, filed paperwork to run to represent...

Judge allows Boise house & apartment project to move forward over neighborhood concerns

Ada County’s Fourth District Court didn’t have much sympathy for Boise’s Northwest Neighborhood Association’s arguments against a 226-unit subdivision near Hill Road Parkway. In mid-July,...

Boise could purchase 29 acres of foothills land

The City of Boise could soon add another piece of the foothills to its landholdings.  On Tuesday, Mayor Lauren McLean and other city officials stood...

Boise says office upgrades are for BPD bike officers. Emails indicate it might be about possible Interfaith move

A line item in Boise’s new budget for possible improvements to a Boise Police Department facility across the street from a proposed location for...

Boise movie theatre ‘temporarily closed,’ listed for sale

Since last fall, the Reel Theatre location on State St. in Boise has been closed. Early this year, the building went up for sale. Boise-based...

Office, apartments could come to Bogus’ downtown office building

The downtown office for Bogus Basin could soon see a major revamp. The commercial building at 2588 N. Bogus Basin Rd. - known...

You Asked: What’s going in at the old Starbucks at State & Veterans?

In 2019, Starbucks moved its coffee shop from the corner of Veterans Memorial Parkway and State St. to a new building just more than...

‘Development is inappropriate’: Northwest Neighborhood Association argues against Prominence subdivision in court

Boise’s Northwest Neighborhood isn’t done fighting the Prominence subdivision on Hill Road Parkway.  On Wednesday morning, Northwest Neighborhood Association lawyer Brian Ertz squared off with...

Want to live above a bomb shelter? Project could build condos over Boise fallout shelter

In the Cold War era, a new construction project started in the Boise Highlands. A bomb shelter. The project, built in 1961, used federal...

What’s the fate of 1950s-era elevated Boise pools? City studies options

The City of Boise hopes to hear from the public later this year about what to do with two of its oldest pools.  Late last...