They say hindsight is 20/20. Even though we can reflect on past experiences through a seemingly perfect lens, is 20/20 as good as it gets when it comes to our vision?
Two development proposals for available property adjacent to Chambers Bay Golf Course were revealed to Pierce County Council and the public today. Read more at South Sound Biz: 2 resort concepts for Chambers Bay
Peter and Shannon Johnson have lived in their 200-square-foot home on a dead-end street in Steilacoom for almost a year and-a-half. Town officials learned about the couple’s home last month and have since determined it doesn’t conform to town code. Read more: Steilacoom tells ‘tiny house family’ they have 30 days to move out
The Lakewood Playhouse’s opening show of its 78th season: The 3 person comedic version of the Sherlock Holmes classic The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This British import is made possible by a very Special Adaptation by Peeplykus and Stephen Canny.
Peter and Shannon Johnson live in a 200-square-foot home in Steilacoom they built themselves. Town officials told the couple their home doesn’t conform to local building codes. Their situation raises the question: Is it legal to live in a tiny home in Pierce County? Read more: Steilacoom couple living in tiny house face scruitiny from […]
The man was hit while driving north on the freeway near Berkeley Avenue in Lakewood. Washington State Patrol is asking for witnesses to provide information. Read more: Lakewood man killed in motorcycle accident on I-5 | The News Tribune
It’s not all bad news on the education front. With the help of innovative partnerships, Pierce County is reversing the direction of summer learning loss. Read more: County partnerships reverse summer slide | The News Tribune
The Lakewood City Council approved a controversial rental housing safety program that would require landlords in the city to open their units up to regular inspections. The goal is to reduce substandard housing in the city, but many landlords have chided the city for letting “a few bad apples” color the city’s view of its […]
An apartment fire that displaced 30 Lakewood apartment residents last week didn’t stop them from throwing the planned National Night Out block party. The event organizer said that in a neighborhood plagued by crime, community camaraderie is especially important. Read more: Fire doesn’t stop Lakewood neighbors from holding their National Night Out event | The […]
The Washington State Supreme Court rules that Western State Hospital can’t assign staff members based on race. The case grew out of a violent patient’s demand to receive treatment only from whites. Read more: Washington Supreme Court: Western State Hospital can’t staff based on race just to appease a violent patient | The News Tribune