Friends of KPLU has announced principal terms for purchase of station from PLU. Read more: ‘Friends of KPLU’ group announces terms for purchase of station from PLU | The News Tribune
Parkland Eye & Vision moved to a new office at 223 140th St S, Suite 500, Tacoma, WA 98444. The new office is just South of Key Bank, just off Pacific Avenue in the same complex as DaVita, Elite Physical Therapy and Comfort Dental.
TACOMA — Today, Citizens for a Healthy Bay unveils a new logo. “We work to engage our community in the restoration and protection of our waters, so connecting with people really matters to our work. Often, our first connection with our community members is through our logo, so we wanted to reimagine our logo to […]
The owner of the Star Lite Swap Meet has appealed a decision by the city of Lakewood that placed conditions on his business license. Read more: Star Lite Swap Meet owner challenges Lakewood | The News Tribune
Technology giant Intel will be shutting down its DuPont operations as part of a major restructuring and revisioning process. About 350 employees will be affected. Read more: Intel shutting down DuPont operation
Tacoma — Max Stewart, CEO OF Spyder Grypz is among over 100 students nationally selected to compete in the Saunders Scholars Competition on May, 6, 2016 in Rochester, NY.
Lakewood – Weichert affiliated offices in the Lakewood area have recently added the following individuals to their team.
TACOMA, Wash. – The Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber annually recognizes entrepreneurial efforts that meet a high standard of excellence for environmental, preservation and protection accomplishments through its Tahoma Business Environmental Award.
Sitting in a pickup truck last week in the Star Lite Swap Meet parking lot, Sandy and Ed Wilson people-watched while waiting out the weather. Read more: Conflict not a new thing for Star Lite Swap Meet, Lakewood officials | The News Tribune
A proposal to build the world’s largest methanol plant at the Port of Tacoma has been canceled. Read more: Tacoma methanol project canceled | The News Tribune