The Lakewood City Council will hold a study session on Monday, January 26 (7 pm) in the City of Lakewood’s City Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW). View the meeting agenda here.
“The Washington State Supreme Court on Thursday overturned the second high-profile Pierce County murder conviction in a week’s time, delivering a rebuke to prosecutors for their continued use of overly zealous tactics to win convictions.” Read the rest of Adam Lynn’s story on The News Tribune website.
John O’Reilly, owner for Steilacoom’s Topside Bar & Grill is a devoted Green Bay Packer fan. So it seems natural that like minded Cheeseheads would gather to cheer on their team. Our own Nancy Covert stopped by and snapped a few photos. Given the smiles on some of the faces, I can only assume these were taken before the game ended. [Read more…]
The Lakewood City Council will meet on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 (7:00 P.M.) in the City of Lakewood’ City Council Chambers, 6000 Main Street SW. Download the meeting packet here.
The City of Lakewood is requesting proposals for its primary banking services. Learn more at the City’s website.
“Pierce County prosecutors charged seven people with crimes in the aftermath of the killings of four Lakewood police officers by Maurice Clemmons, who a Seattle police officer killed two days later. Here’s a rundown on what happened to those defendants.” Read the rest of Adam Lynn’s story at The News Tribune website.
“Drivers using Interstate 5 around Joint Base Lewis-McChord could see traffic relief by 2020, according to state transportation officials who say they have a solution to reduce congestion that has plagued the area for years.” Read the rest of Brynn Grimley’s story at The News Tribune website.
“The train depot on the Steilacoom waterfront turned 100 years old Dec. 14. There was no celebration, no fanfare. The depot remains shuttered after more than four decades of disuse.” Read the rest of Brynn Grimley’s story at The News Tribune website.
“A fire Friday at a Lakewood apartment complex displaced an estimated 70 residents, including a mother and child forced to drop from a second-floor balcony.” Read the rest of Sean Robinson’s story at The News Tribune website.
The 2015 Turkey Shoot sponsored by America’s Credit Union is set for Friday, November 6 at Eagles Pride Golf Course. The tournament benefits Santa’s Castle, the Madigan Foundation and Food Basket Program of JBLM.