Tacoma – Kevin Grossman, the President of the Cross District Association of Tacoma and former Vice Chair of the Washington State Affordable Housing Advisory Board, announced his bid for Tacoma City Council in Position 4.
TACOMA, Wash. – Antiques aficionados, fans of local artisan crafts, book lovers, and bargain hunters alike can find treasures at the annual Women’s League Flea Market at University of Puget Sound. Aptly known as the Flea Market and Fieldhouse Full of Awesome Stuff, the Saturday, March 18 event is expected to attract more than 4,500 […]
TACOMA, Wash. – Each concert musician’s undiluted passion for his own instrument is never more clear than when he gets the freedom to design and explain his own recital program.
TACOMA – Contractor crews working on the M Street to Portland Avenue HOV project made progress on their month long closure of the northbound State Route 7 ramp to northbound Interstate 5 ramp this past week. Despite the rainy weather, crews successfully hauled out over 450 dump truck loads of concrete and soil that was […]
Submitted by Holly Bert Tacoma, Wash. –We’re here to help you ride some of Pierce Transit’s new 35,000 hours of service to Tacoma and Pierce County! Starting, March 12, Tacoma will have more frequent and longer running service in and out of downtown. This huge improvement will make taking the bus easier and more reliable […]
Submitted by Brad Hilliard We all know the harsh impacts of Distracted, Drugged and Drunk driving, however did you know there is a fourth dangerous “D” behind the wheel?
TACOMA, Wash. – The beauty of music and the wonder of nature will both feature large in this year’s Adelphian Concert Choir spring tour, which will take the acclaimed student ensemble up the West Coast and on into Canada.
State Sen. Steve Conway, D- South Tacoma will host Town hall meeting on Saturday, March 11, from 10 a.m. to noon at Bates Technical College, South Campus Cafeteria, 2201 South 78th St. in Tacoma. This is an opportunity to speak in person with your legislator about issues important to Pierce County and your community. Topics of discussion will […]
Submitted by Linda Nguyen TACOMA, WA – Washington state’s largest young adult career fair is about to get bigger. With increased floor space to accommodate more employers, plus a booming regional economy, students and young adults have a prime opportunity to find paid work at JobFest 2017.
TACOMA, Wash. – Prisoners in America have few options if they want a brief escape from the dehumanizing rituals of their daily lives behind bars. And for inmates in some states, there is only one option: to attend a class or event run by an evangelical Christian faith-based ministry.