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Authorities reopen Alaskan Way Viaduct

Authorities reopen Alaskan Way Viaduct

Authorities in the state of Washington have said that they have reopened the Alaskan Way Viaduct ahead of schedule.

On Monday, Washington D.C’s Metro System will Run Limited Service

On Monday, Washington D.C’s Metro System will Run Limited ServiceOn Sunday, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority said that Washington, D. C. area's Metro trains and bus service will start a limited service from 7 a. m. on Monday. However, services will be limited on the underground red, orange and green lines.

Bellevue Based Expedia Acquiring HomeAway in $3.9 Billion Deal

Bellevue Based Expedia Acquiring HomeAway in $3.9 Billion DealExpedia, based in Bellevue, Washington, is expanding base for the travel-company and is acquiring HomeAway, the vacation rental site in a deal of $3.9 billion. The deal was announced on Wednesday adding the Austin, Texas, company to a list which includes Orbitz and Travelocity.

Washington based Grocery and Pharmacy Chain Haggen, Receiving $215Million Cash Infusion

Washington based Grocery and Pharmacy Chain Haggen, Receiving $215Million Cash I

Without specifying the exact number, Haggen, the largest food and pharmacy independent grocery retailer in the Pacific Northwest said that it would sell some of the company's stores. It also mentioned that the focus remains on reorganization of the profitable "core" stores and that the company is discussing sale of "many of the company's remaining assets".

Deborah Pleva, a spokesperson of Haggen said in an email, "The stores are still up and operational."

Haggen Grocery Chain will Shutter 27 Stores Including Six in San Diego County

Haggen Grocery Chain will Shutter 27 Stores Including Six in San Diego County

The Bellingham, Washington based grocery chain Haggen recently announced that it will be shuttering twenty seven of its 164 stores which include six in San Diego County.

Earlier in a massive expansion move Haggen took over several Albertsons and Vons stores.

U.S.’ second legal recreational marijuana market all set to open in Washington

MerujuanaWashington's Liquor Control Board is all set to issue up to twenty marijuana retail licenses on Monday, and the retail pot stores will likely start selling the legal recreational drug from the next day.

The state's Seattle city will become the nation's second place, after Colorado, to sell marijuana to adults. The legal status to the recreational drug will come under a strongly regulated and taxed system.

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