With Boeing forecasting huge demand for new airplanes over the next two decades, Pierce County aerospace industry stakeholders spent Wednesday, July 23, discussing how to make sure this region maintains and grows its role in the global market.
The Pierce County Council voted Tuesday, July 22, to clarify that a new ordinance is intended to ban overnight parking by tractor-trailers, not other large vehicles. [Read more...]
Since running around comes naturally to kids, the Pierce County Parks and Recreation Services Department wants to take that energy and give kids a chance to race on a full-size track with a crowd of fans cheering them on. [Read more...]
Our friends and neighbors have been devastated by the fires still raging in North Central Washington ~ and are in need of our help.
The Lakewood Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with Hunke Equipment and Truck Sales are collecting water, first aid supplies, soap, batteries, and many more items.
The 3rd Annual Pierce County Aerospace Summit will include opportunities for local suppliers to share best practices regarding exporting, lean practices, workforce training and succeeding in the global supply chain. [Read more...]
On August 5, 2014, Pierce County will join with the rest of Washington State in voting in the 2014 primary election. The Pierce County Auditor’s office has published an election information and results schedule that details what’s on the ballot, what special elections are taking place, how to vote, where to vote, when we’ll know the results, and a number of other frequently asked questions. Click to access the 2014 Primary Election Information and Results Schedule.
TACOMA – With ballots arriving in mailboxes countywide on Saturday, Jeanette Lineberry announced endorsements from local leaders and civic organizations.
Congressman Denny Heck, D-Wash., joined the Democracy for All Amendment to reverse highly controversial Supreme Court decisions like Citizens United v. FEC and McCutcheon v. FEC, which have given corporations and the wealthiest donors the right to buy unlimited influence in elections.
TACOMA, Wash. – Businesses, organizations and individuals who make outstanding contributions to downtown Tacoma were recognized with the annual New Tacoma Awards at the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber’s monthly Luncheon held Friday, July 11, at the Pacific Grill Events Center, 1530 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Wash., 98402.