This week was a big week for the Springbrook Park expansion project in the city’s Springbrook neighborhood. Rising from the mud pit that once held the old playground equipment is a new play structure designed with children of all ages and abilities in mind. The Seahawks inspired blue and green equipment spans the play area […]
On January 20, 2017, President Donald Trump was sworn in as our 45th president. In so many words President Trump spoke of stopping evil on the first day of his presidency. I did not like hearing these unrealistic words because we all know that while Trump can start taking action to stop evil on his […]
Train testing resumes this weekend (Feb. 25-26) from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. This time the trains will travel the full 79 miles per hour. Previously they were running at 50 mph. Drivers are reminded to use caution and make sure they never stop on the tracks. During testing last week there was at least […]
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Study Session on Monday, Feb. 27, 2017 (7:00 P.M.) in the City of Lakewood’s Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW, Lakewood, WA 98499.) Access the agenda on the City’s website.
Submitted by Little Church on the Prairie Preschool As we all anticipate spring, it is actually time to think about enrolling preschoolers into fall preschool classes! Beginning February 27th, new families may register their preschoolers for fall classes. A non-refundable registration fee of $75.00 covers all children in a family.
Okike Geneba has joined the Lakewood office of Weichert, Realtors. Located at 10524 Bridgeport Way SW, the Lakewood office is an independently owned and operated affiliate of Weichert Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. For more information, please contact Jerry Filoteo at 253-444-4059.
Lakewood’s Deputy Mayor Jason Whalen “asked Council to think about responding appropriately to some of the Suburban Times articles versus not responding.” While there is nothing further in the minutes of the February 13 Study Session (p.30) as to what Whalen was referring to, assuming he had in mind the 64 articles that have been […]
Even when a firefighter is off-duty, there is a willingness to respond to those in need. The actions of West Pierce Firefighter Justin Tinsley is no different. At the Board of Fire Commissioners meeting on February 21, Firefighter Tinsley was presented with a Valor Award for his heroic actions while duck hunting in Puget Sound […]
One of the great common laws of this country is that a person is innocent until a jury of their peers finds that the preponderance of evidence proves them guilty or not guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. “Doubt, A Parable,” by John Patrick Shanley, the current production at the Lakewood Playhouse, delves into the question […]
Lakewood has put off a fix for the city’s aggressive-begging law, which the state Supreme Court partially invalidated last year, because the American Civil Liberties Union is concerned the proposed rewrite might be unconstitutional. Read more: Lakewood delays fix for anti-begging law amid constitutional concerns | The News Tribune