Suez Water has filed an application to acquire the Eagle Water Company, according to a press release. The Eagle Water Company currently serves 12,000 people. The move is expected to be made official in 2019.
Nicole Cady and Desarae Starnes, the co-owners of Downtown Chic bridal shop in Lewiston, Idaho, have been charged with six felonies after allegedly stealing cash and gift cards from guests at two weddings.
More than 15,000 passengers are expected to go through Boise Airport during the peak travel days before and after Thanksgiving. The airport has opened an economy lot at Orchard and Victory for overflow parking.
The Hawkins Cos. plan to build a 272-unit luxury apartment complex at the old Central Assembly Christian Life Center on Fairview Avenue in Boise. It would go in right down the street from where the Biltmore Co. is building 96 apartments.
Thousands of people who have mental illness will receive health insurance coverage under Medicaid expansion after Proposition 2 passed. That’s conservatively about a third of people in Idaho’s Medicaid gap.
Gov. Butch Otter chastised Rep. Wendy Horman and State Board of Education executive director Matt Freeman for interfering with a contract for computer software. The lawmaker and SBOE both deny wrongdoing.
October real estate numbers from the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service show home sales and prices on the rise again in Ada County after a brief cooldown in September. Canyon County data are mixed.
CVS Pharmacy has opened its first standalone Idaho store on Fairview Avenue and Cole Road in Boise. Until now, the only CVS pharmacies in Idaho have been two inside Target stores in Twin Falls and Nampa.
Idaho Statesman Executive Editor Rhonda Prast was laid off as part of a company restructuring that eliminated her position. Watchdog and politics editor Nate Poppino will become the interim local editor.
Knitting Factory Concert House management had hoped to be back in action by late fall, but fans now can only wait for 2019. How do we know? Because concerts scheduled next year at the Boise, Idaho, venue are being relocated.
Walmart is using virtual reality technology to train associates nationwide to prepare for the influx of holiday shoppers. One of Walmart’s training academies is in Boise where workers use an Oculus VR headset to learn about customer service.