The short version of this story is this: The Flying Tomato Bar and Grill in Graham, a 15-year-old family-friendly restaurant with a classic Italian menu, has found a new home in Spanaway. For those who caught the social media announcement that the restaurant is closing for good, a follow-up post two weeks later (that you […]
A social media post from Bethel Schools. More than 220 students are being served by the Bethel School District’s newest facility.
A press release from Pierce County. Communities across the U.S. are significantly lowering healthcare costs, improving productivity, fostering economic development and enjoying a higher quality of life through the Blue Zones Project. Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier, leaders from MultiCare Health System and Virginia Mason Franciscan Health, and other local leaders are working with a […]
A press release from Office of Rep. Marilyn Strickland. Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland (WA-10) released the following statement after she secured $12.55 million for eight community projects to benefit the South Sound and its residents. Strickland’s local Community Project Funding (CPF) requests passed the House today as part of H.R. 4502, the appropriations minibus package. “I am grateful […]
A press release from Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. On July 21, we issued a toxic algae caution advisory for Spanaway Lake. You should avoid areas of the lake where you see algae because they can pose health concerns. You’ll see signs posted at the lake to let you know about the advisory. When you see […]
From Twitter: Engine 60, Pierce County Works, and a few citizens rescued 11 ducklings from a storm drain today in Spanaway. Great job, everyone! (See photos below).
Our Sunday morning breakfast gang drove from the North end of Tacoma to Spanaway for breakfast last week. The restaurant is Mary Mary’s Café at 16511 Pacific Ave S, Spanaway, WA 98387. They don’t have a website and they are not open past three in the afternoon . . . great place for breakfast or […]
Bridgeport Place welcomed 20 guests to the Spring 2010 AARP Driver Safety Class, which is an eight-hour course spanning two days’ time, and is geared toward drivers who are 50+. The class was taught by Merrie Sullivan, certified instructor, who is already scheduled to return again September 24 & 25 for another session. The Suburban […]