LAKEWOOD, WA. Pierce Transit has welcomed several new members to its Community Transportation Advisory Group (CTAG). The Pierce Transit Board of Commissioners confirmed several participants at its Jan. 11 meeting and finalized the list Feb. 8.
What book will all of Pierce County be reading this year? Er, five books? In a break from tradition, Pierce County Library System chose five notable works from a single author for its 9th annual Pierce County READS program. Outspoken poet, novelist and screenwriter Sherman Alexie gets the nod as the 2016 featured author.
PIERCE COUNTY – Monthly free entrepreneurship workshops for 2016 will kick-off in February throughout Pierce County to bring education to people who are interested in starting their own businesses but are unaware of the many free resources available to them.
A Special Meeting of the Pierce County Council will be held on Thursday, February 11, 2016 – 9:00 am in the Pierce County Environmental Services Building (9850 64th Street West, University Place, WA 98467-1078). For the purposes of attending the Pierce County Council Annual Retreat to discuss the following agenda items:
PUYALLUP – DeTray’s Custom Housing will show their newly built “little home” beginning Thursday, February 11, through Sunday, February 14, at the Seattle RV Show at CenturyLink Field Event Center, and again February 20 through 28 at the Seattle Home Show.
Pierce County is looking for a partner to design, finance, construct and operate a resort-style development adjacent to the Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, Wash. Chambers Bay hosted the 2015 US Open and the 2010 US Amateur Championships.
Our teeth can last a lifetime with proper home care and regular dental checkups. But after age 50, adults face a variety of unique challenges. Ignoring these issues can lead to painful and expensive consequences for their oral health. Over 30% of seniors have untreated cavities. Almost 25% of adults have periodontal disease and ultimately […]
Chris Vance, former chair of the Washington State Republican Party, will be in Lakewood Saturday morning, Feb. 13, to talk about his campaign to replace Patty Murray in the U.S. Senate. He needs our support, and you are invited to hear him speak.
Calling all Lakes class of ‘66 Alums… Details on our 50-year reunion are set and it is going to be one fantastic party! We hope you can join us to celebrate the memories we share and the years that have since flown by. Together we will make this a night to remember.
Kimberly Hutchings, Springbrook In the past two years, I have been doing whatever I could to help the residents in my community. My community is Springbrook. Some of you will know it by “Chocolate City”. What I have learned is every Homeless person has a story. Here’s mine.