The Lakewood City Council will meet on Monday, July 6, 2015 (7:00 P.M.) in the City of Lakewood’s Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW). Download the meeting agenda here.
TACOMA – Drivers who use Tacoma area highways may encounter nighttime delays the week of July 6 while construction crews plan a series of overnight ramp closures as part of the I-5: M Street to Portland Avenue – HOV and I-5 – Portland Avenue to Port of Tacoma Road – Northbound HOV projects. [Read more…]
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Tacoma Power’s Alder Lake, Sunny Beach Point and Rocky Point parks on Alder Lake are open for recreation, but due to drought conditions, visitors should be aware of the following: [Read more…]
Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy has named Ron Klein as the interim director of the Department of Communications while a search is made for a permanent hire. [Read more…]
For the past few weeks on Wednesday mornings, Lenore Rogers has been practicing a variation of the Royal Wave as she sets tables at the Community Center. You get the picture—she slowly moves her hand back and forth, placing napkins, placemats, cups, etc.
As firefighterswork to contain the Sleepy Hollow Fire in Wenatchee, Better Business Bureau along with Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Secretary of State Kim Wyman warn of scams and complaints that circulate when natural disasters strike. [Read more…]
Wednesday evening in Steilacoom: The 2015 Steilacoom Fireworks T-Shirt Tent was doing a brisk business on Wednesday evening after the Farmers Market closed. [Read more…]
The Detroit Urban Research Center has selected two Tacoma health professionals to join its new, Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Partnership Academy. During the year-long program, participants have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills in collaborative approaches to address racial and ethnic health inequities in their communities. [Read more…]
The Pierce County Fire Marshal and Department of Emergency Management wants to wish everyone a happy and safe 4th of July. The best way to safely enjoy the 4th is to watch a public fireworks display conducted by professionals. However, if you decide to purchase fireworks when they go on sale June 28, and use them if they are legal where you live, be sure to practice good firework safety. [Read more…]