Just a few words and some photography says it all. A sculptured archway through a 60 year old Laurel Hedge leading to hidden magical gardens located in the City of Lakewood is now draped with two year old Guernsey Cream Clematis, which is after all, beauty in progress.
The May 2, 2016 Lakewood City Council meeting featured a trio of proclamations recognizing public employees who make the lives of Lakewood residents better on a daily basis.
Rainier Connect, a Tacoma-based Internet service provider, acquired ReachONE Internet of Lacey last month. Source: Rainier Connect acquires Lacey ISP
Tacoma Mall is inviting local ladies to join in an afternoon of fun, fashion, and friends as the center is celebrating its Indulge weekend with a special lunch hosted by noted baker, author, and stylist, Jenny Keller. Price of admission is simply a $20 donation to the American Cancer Society.
LAKEWOOD – Lakewood business owner James Guerrero was honored with a Washington Association of School Administrator’s Community Leadership Award on April 29 during the association’s monthly regional meeting. The award is presented to community members in recognition of their outstanding contributions toward education.
May 5, 2016 “Lakewood Comprehensive Plan Revisited” – Don Daniels, City of Lakewood Planning Commission Chairman and David Bugher, Assistant City Manager for Development/Community Development Director (Gil – MC) The Lakewood United group meets at 7 AM every Thursday at Burs Restaurant, which is located at 6151 Steilacoom Boulevard SW in Lakewood. Upcoming topics are […]
Incomplete. That’s the score NARAL Pro-Choice Washington gives the Washington state legislature in our first annual legislative scorecard, which takes a hard look at individual legislators’ records on issues that impact women and reproductive rights during the past session.
Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department’s May 4, 2016 (3 pm) Board of Health Regular Meeting agenda is available. The Board of Health meets the first Wednesday of each month at 3:00 pm in the Auditorium, 3629 South D Street, Tacoma, WA. The public is welcome.
The purpose of May 4 (6:30-8:30 pm) Motor Avenue Project meeting is to provide an update on the project. All interested citizens are invited to attend (City Council Chambers) and hear a presentation from the project design team.
TACOMA, WASH. — If the prospect of a quantum computer capable of cutting through most existing cybersecurity systems like a knife through butter sounds like something from a super-hero movie, think again.