The city of Lakewood will try to mend fences with the Puget Sound Regional Council rather than lead an effort to abandon the group. A study commissioned by the city has recommended Lakewood work more closely with the regional planning giant, which doles out close to $250 million in federal transportation money annually. Read more: […]
If you’re trying to navigate the city this week, here’s the roads to avoid while crews perform night work:
LAKEWOOD, Wash. – Clover Park Technical College will celebrate nearly 400 graduating students from its two campuses and 43 programs during its 21st Annual Commencement Ceremony at the Tacoma Dome Tuesday, June 20, at 6:30 p.m.
Clover Park Technical College recognized some of its most exceptional students and staff members June 7 as the Fifth Annual Student Awards Ceremony featured a festive carnival theme.
For three years the city has worked with the Rotary Club of Lakewood to establish a community gathering space in Fort Steilacoom Park.
Two Black Bear Diners are opening in Pierce County. The first opens on or around June 19 in Lakewood. A South Hill location will follow. Read more: Black Bear Diners opening in Lakewood and South Hill | The News Tribune
On Thursday, June 15 at approximately 10:35 p.m., West Pierce Fire & Rescue crews responded to reports of a house fire at the 7600 block of Custer Road SW in Lakewood. Crews arrived to find one side of a duplex fully involved with fire and reports that all occupants were out of the structure. The […]
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Regular Meeting on Monday, June 19, 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.
This week, West Pierce Fire & Rescue (WPFR) was notified by a citizen they had received a phone call from a phone number that said “West Pierce Fire” on the caller ID. The caller claimed to be from a credit card company and said they had questions for the person who answered the phone. After […]
By Tom McClellan In Fort Steilacoom Park in Lakewood, some turtles have moved into Waughop Lake. But one of them apparently decided to “go on walkabout” Tuesday morning, and made it across the brand new asphalt trail around the lake.