With apologies to American actor and dramatist John Howard Payne (1823), and Englishman Sir Henry Bishop (melody composition):
Tacoma Little Theatre, at 210 North I Street, acknowledges that there are so many theatrical experiences available in the Puget Sound area that never make it to a main stage production that audiences don’t have the opportunity seeing them. Therefore, TLT produces its ‘Off the Shelf” productions.
Clover Park Technical College’s Associated Student Government is always looking for ways to help students overcome challenges to education, and this month ASG launched its latest push to ensure students have a reliable way to get to campus. Beginning with January, ASG is offering subsidized monthly bus passes for Pierce Transit. While the monthly passes […]
Submitted by Employment Security Department Washington’s unemployment rate dropped for the fifth month in a row to hit a new low of 5.2 percent in December, according to state Employment Security Department. “Washington’s economy finished strong in 2016 and the short-term job outlook remains positive,” said Paul Turek, economist for the department.
TACOMA – Drivers who use ramps to and from Interstate 5 in Tacoma and Fife may encounter delays and detours during overnight hours during the week of Jan. 22 while crews continue HOV lane construction in Tacoma. The closures are necessary for paving, guardrail and attenuator repairs, and to remove temporary lighting within the construction […]
For anyone who is a longtime espresso hound like me, the death of Starbucks 3rd Place was a serious lifestyle tragedy. If you yearn for that old Starbucks’ 3rd place friendly feeling and atmosphere, the privately owned Forza located at 4828 Suite D, Bridgeport Way W in University Place is where you want to be. […]
From our July 5, 2005 start, the goal for The Suburban Times was to be a place to share the many varied voices of our communities. I’m not sure if we’ve achieved that goal, but we’ve come a long way. Here’s some numbers to ponder:
Following an opinion piece that was published here in The Suburban Times January 17, Tacoma News Tribune’s Melissa Santos, January 18, writes that Lakewood is in affect ground zero targeted by State Rep. David Sawyer, D-Parkland for “ignoring the will of the voters,” given city leader’s fence-sitting on marijuana.
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Study Session followed by a Special Meeting on Monday, Jan. 23, 2017 (7:00 P.M.) in the City of Lakewood’s Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW, Lakewood, WA 98499.) Access the agenda on the City’s website. The purpose of the Special Meeting is to consider Motion 2017-05, confirming the […]
The Rainier Communications Commission (RCC) elected its leadership for 2017. University Place Mayor and Councilmember, Javier Figueroa, will continue as President. Puyallup Councilman Tom Swanson is the Commission’s vice president for the year.