Medicare is no longer a one-size-fits-all health insurance program. Medicare now offers beneficiaries two basic options – Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage – and dozens of additional choices within each path. Knowing the differences and how to choose can save people hundreds or thousands of dollars each year. [Read more...]
Comcast and The UPS Store are working together to simplify the process of equipment returns. Comcast’s Xfinity customers can now bring their equipment directly to the nearest The UPS Store location, where it will be processed, packed and shipped back to Comcast, free of charge.
Diagnosed with temporary nervous depression with a slight hysterical tendency, the play’s main character, Jan, is confined to an upstairs bedroom to rest. With nothing but the wallpaper to keep her company, she becomes obsessed and soon descends into madness. This classic short story highlights the ills in women’s healthcare. [Read more...]
“To get to the guns they wanted to steal, burglars smashed through the wall of a vacant adjoining business and took about 30 firearms from a Lakewood gun shop, police said.
“Federal authorities are offering a reward for information concerning Monday’s burglary of Quantico Tactical in the 12300 block of Pacific Highway Southwest.”
Read the rest of Alexis Krell’s story in The News Tribune.
Enjoy Japanese foods and browse through an Asian-themed rummage sale at the Tacoma Buddhist Temple Fall Food and Craft Bazaar on Sunday, Nov. 2.
This year’s food offerings will feature a mix of crowd favorites, like rice curry and mochi (sweet rice) pastries, and a selection of new items. Diners can eat at the temple or get meals to go. [Read more...]
Fumiko Kimura and Rob Fornell are award-winning artists who have worked and exhibited in the Pacific Northwest and Japan. An exhibit of their works will open in The Gallery at TCC on monday, November 3. [Read more...]
The City of Lakewood would like to wish everyone a happy and SAFE Halloween.
To help you out with the “safe” part, we’ve provided below some great Halloween “Do’s and Don’ts” and ideas to help everyone enjoy their trick-or-treating and their loot! They come courtesy of the City’s Community Safety Resource Team.
Precious is a friendly and easygoing girl! She desires lots of love and affection. Precious will gladly relax with you while you work, occasionally reminding you she is there by your side. She will greet you with a smile, and especially enjoys being given treats. She was surrendered by her family, and has been here for a few months recovering. She has some minor reoccurring health issues, so regular monitoring is needed to keep her healthy, happy and relaxed. Due to her age and calm demeanor, she would do best in a home without young children. Precious is the perfect companion for someone who needs a sweetheart to keep them company. Come and meet this kind, adorable girl for yourself! Reference #A489885
Contact The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County, (253) 383-2733 for more information. You can now see all shelter pets online at http://www.thehumanesociety.org/.
By Bob Brostrom, Driver Safety District Coordinator
Seven AARP Drivers Safety Program classes are scheduled in the Tacoma/Pierce County and surrounding areas during the month of November. [Read more...]