Meet Starr. Looking for a spirited floofy bunny to celebrate Adopt a Rescue Rabbit Month with? Look no further than spunky Starr, full of pizazz with the distinct and distinguished features befitting the Lionhead breed. Not only does he have the looks, but he’s also a lover, content to nestle side by side with his […]
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.
TACOMA – Drivers can anticipate Tacoma area night ramp and lane closures as crews continue progress on the adjacent HOV projects in Tacoma and Fife.
Pierce County Heritage League President Sue Scott (left, below) congratulates Marianne Bull of Steilacoom, with the League’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award.
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.
By Jackie Zils Act now on the ideas below to quickly pull together a memorable getaway or even day trip in Pierce County. Travel Tacoma + Pierce County can help you plan an unforgettable overnight stay at one of many unique lodging options from hotels and inns to cabins and cottages.
Mountain View Funeral Home will host a Grief Recovery Method Seminar on Tuesday, February 9 (6-8 pm) in the Celebration of Life Center (4100 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood). A 7-week group starts on February 16 and runs on Tuesday evenings (6-8 pm).
Wander by lady Hazel’s kennel, and she’s all happiness, tickled to be greeted. She’s little miss goodie goodie on walks, ignoring other dogs, and handles like a dream — calm and quiet. The 8-years-young Chihuahua tends to err on the side of caution, uncertainly approaching new situations. An understanding family with older kiddos or adults […]
University Place – The campaign for a University Place Metropolitan Park District has collected enough citizen signatures to qualify for the April ballot, the campaign announced Friday.
As of Feb. 29, Planning and Land Services (PALS) will no longer require paper submittals at time of application or throughout the application review process. PALS will only require electronic copies of required drawings and documents at the time of initial application.