TACOMA, Wash.– If lawmakers in Olympia fail to pass a budget by June 30, county residents would begin to see disruptions to essential public health services on July 1. Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department has contingency plans in case state funding ends because of a state government shutdown.
The proposed resort at Chambers Bay Regional Park is one step closer to reality. With the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Pierce County and Chambers Bay Development, LLC have agreed to the next phase in the effort to bring a hotel, clubhouse, spa, restaurant and other facilities to the home of the 2015 […]
The Alzheimer’s Association Washington State Chapter and Pierce County Aging and Disability Resources will be hosting a free showing of the film, “Iris”, on Wednesday, June 28, at the Grand Cinema, 606 Fawcett Avenue in Tacoma. The showing is free of charge, however reservations are required by calling 253-798-8787.
Remembering the first 10 years of milestones for Pierce County’s Chambers Bay Golf Course and Regional Park. From the trails and open space, to Chambers Bay hosting multiple championships, a lot has happened in 10 years.
The Pierce County Council has authorized $2.3 million in funding to support the behavioral health needs of the County.
Join Pierce County residents of all ages and improve your reading skills, earn prizes, and have guaranteed fun this summer during Pierce County Library System’s Summer Reading, June 24 through Sept. 3 at all Pierce County Libraries.
Submitted by WorkForce Central What’s next? It’s the question faced by every military servicemember when they retire. It can be daunting: after 20 years with a clear career path, a built-in network and specialized training that may not seem to translate into civilian life, a servicemember can feel lost or overwhelmed.
Submitted by First Baptist Church of Lakewood Turn your kids into Galactic Starveyors June 26-30, 2017 (9 am-12:30 pm) at First Baptist Church of Lakewood (5400 112th St SW, Lakewood, WA 98499 – 253-582-1000). Vacation Bible School is open to those finishing 1st Grade to 6th Grade.
TACOMA, Wash. – Now, with a click of a mouse, Pierce County’s dining public can look up food service establishments that are closed because of food safety violations. People can sign up to receive an email alert whenever a food service establishment is added to the list.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Volleyball Officials Board is in need of individuals who are interested in officiating middle school, junior high, senior high, college, and recreation department volleyball matches throughout Pierce County.