The DuPont City Council will hold a Regular Meeting on April 13 (7 P.M.) remotely. Access the agenda and access instructions on the City’s website.
Thousands of Pierce County residents take care of a friend or family member with a serious health condition. While being a caregiver can be a labor of love, it can also be very stressful. On top of normal stress, the isolation created by COVID-19 has resulted in incredible challenges for care takers and caregivers’ well-being […]
112th Street Townhomes has filed a Project Permit Application with the City of Lakewood to construct 15 townhomes style dwelling units with 23 structured and open air parking spaces, landscaping, open space and associated site improvements at 4808-4812 112th Street SW. A public comment period is open until April 23, 2021. Learn more at the […]
Edwards Memorial Funerals Homes, Chapels and Crematories: Roberta Lucinda Feggans-Norman; Karen Jarvis. Mountain View Funeral Home: Phyllis Jean Atkins; Janice M. Baker; Donald H. Coolidge; Craig Anthony Fawcett; Ernie Franklin McAtee Jr.; Joanne Haftle McCarthy; Patricia Margret Nagley; Brian P. O’Reilly; Godwin I. Okoye; Josephine Lottie Roberts; Benny T. Velasquez. Powers Funeral Home: Daniel Milton […]
Oakbrook Elementary School is hosting a virtual 50th anniversary night on Monday, April 19, from 6-7:30 p.m. on Zoom. Join us for a night of celebration, memories and fun online. The event will include a slideshow of Oakbrook through the years, guest speakers and fun prize drawings for those in attendance. If you would like […]
LAKEWOOD, Wash. – The City of Lakewood’s 2021 summer event schedule has been announced. Headline events include the Lakewood Farmers Market, Summer Nights Concert Series, Parks Appreciation Day, Drive-In Movie Nights, and Truck and Tractor Day. Public health guidelines will be observed at all events. The Lakewood Farmers Market will operate at Fort Steilacoom Park from 2 […]
The Economic Development Board for Tacoma-Pierce County announces that Infoblox is retaining its Center of Excellence and hiring hub in Tacoma for six more years. The company will remain at the Horizon Pacific Center in the city’s Old Brewery District. The company has increased from 45 employees to more than 225 since 2016 when it selected Tacoma for its […]
A bill by Rep. Dan Bronoske (D-Lakewood) to provide immunity protections to emergency services volunteers has received unanimous support in both chambers of the Washington Legislature. The bill passed the state Senate on Monday after receiving approval by the House of Representatives in March. This is the first bill by the new representative to pass the legislature. House […]
Tacoma, WA – With 80 percent of Washington adults set to receive Economic Impact Payments of up to $1,400 per person through the American Rescue Plan and money beginning to be directly deposited into bank accounts,U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer (WA-06) is highlighting a new “Get My Payment” tool from IRS.gov where Washingtonians can check the status of […]
The Pierce County Library System Board of Trustees will discuss recruiting a new trustee, property and other issues at its Board meeting on Wednesday, April 14, 3:30 p.m. Join the meeting by phone or online: Phone: 253-215-8782, webinar identification: 977 6052 7787, passcode: 106659 Zoom with a Zoom account from a web browser or an app: zoom.us/j/97760527787?pwd=T1VGT0ZvbEhhRWVmSXdOTEFwQndrQT09 Trustee […]
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Study Session on April 12 (7 PM) remotely. Access the agenda and participation instructions on the City’s website.
The Pierce Transit Board will meet on April 12 remotely. Read the meeting agenda and participation instructions here.