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 […]
Assistant Chief Hallie McCurdy was recently selected to serve a three-year term on the International Association of Fire Chief’s (IAFC) Emergency Management Committee. This committee is responsible for multiple tasks, such as developing and presenting educational programs to fire officers on emergency management topics and maintaining ongoing communications with national emergency management associations. Chief McCurdy oversees Emergency Management within […]
Submitted by CORE Volunteer Group Join us for great music, food and fun during the 2017 Curran Apple Orchard Summer Concert Series! All concerts are FREE and take place on the following Thursdays from 6:30pm to 8pm. Bring blankets, picnics or enjoy food from Hometown Hotdogs! (Note: No alcohol allowed in City Parks).
Submitted by B. J. Coleman The Moscow Ballet will be holding free open auditions for ballet students AGE 6-18 from all around the Pierce County area for a once in a lifetime experience! Students chosen will have the exciting opportunity to dance with this internationally renowned Russian ballet company. A ballerina/ audition director from Moscow […]
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.
Submitted by B. J. Coleman The Moscow Ballet will be holding free open auditions for ballet students AGE 6-18 from all around the Pierce County area for a once in a lifetime experience! Students chosen will have the exciting opportunity to dance with this internationally renowned Russian ballet company.
UNIVERSITY PLACE, WA – Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist gave a public safety update to councilmembers at the regularly scheduled University Place City Council meeting.
I was recently visiting with Mike Blair, who serves as chief of police for the City of University Place. Chief Blair and I talked about a video appearing in The Suburban Times on June 19, 2017. The video is titled, PCTV: University Place holds Target Zero emphasis patrol in June.
Submitted by Dance Theatre Northwest Slated for Saturday, June 24th at 4:00 PM at the Mount Tahoma Auditorium “All That Dance” features “42nd Street,” “Almost Blue,” “The Reef,” Fascinating Rhythm,” “African Spirit,” excerpts from “Swan Lake,” and “Sleeping Beauty,” with a fabulous all cast finale.
DUI, impaired driving, distracted driving and speeding are all behaviors the University Place Police Department will crackdown on in a special Target Zero emphasis patrol in June. Hear from Police Chief Mike Blair.