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On Dec. 23 the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office charged Michael Andrew Hart, 43, with three counts of felony stalking, four counts of felony violation of a protection order, felony cyberstalking, felony harassment and six counts of disseminating private images.
The tangled web of trouble in Black Diamond appeared to tighten at the Thursday special meeting.
Read here how the HOT lanes work, what pass is right for you
Sewer and water rates increase
Major budget amendments introduced to the public, city attorney and staff after public hearings close
Installation of a new traffic light on state Route 410 could less than a month away.
A resident of Grand Fir Drive interrupted a vehicle prowl at 1:39 a.m. Dec. 10.
Enumclaw, White River, Sumner and Carbonado school districts will see construction in coming months
The cost of building in Enumclaw will jump during the coming year, as the city has worked toward bumping its fees for connecting to both the water and sewer systems.
Enumclaw utility rates will be creeping upward early in 2017, with a 9 percent hike in trash collection leading the way.
A Dec. 3 traffic stop resulted in a motorist arrested for driving under the influence. The driver was taken to the police station for booking. The stop was made at 9:52 p.m. on Roosevelt Avenue.
Deputies are still trying to identify the subject who shot five bullets into the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department station in Bonney Lake.
The Bonney Lake City Council continues to consider what the first phase of the Allan Yorke Park makeover should be.
Enumclaw firefighters will conduct their annual Santa Run through the streets of Enumclaw next week.
Members of the Enumclaw City Council took one final opportunity Nov. 28 to massage a spending plan for the coming year, tweaking a few budgetary items and confirming others.
Three hundred million people watch London’s New Year’s Parade every year.
Staff at the Buckley Senior Center are looking to identify at least 17 recipients for their Santa Giving project.
Sixteen members of the King County Sheriff’s Office have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Daily reports included two thefts – one being an automobile – and a complaint about reckless driving on state Route 410. Also, police heard of two animal complaints, both from Rainier Street, and made a handful of traffic stops.
Oakpointe lawsuit alleges 135 counts of Open Public Meeting Act violations, asks court to hold council members Pat Pepper, Erika Morgan and Brian Weber personally liable for $67,500.
IMPAIRED DRIVER: A traffic stop at 9:43 p.m. Nov. 27 at Hamilton…
Pierce County News for the week of Dec. 1, 2016 County Council…
After two years of composing, songwriting and recording, the Sierra Lauren released her first extended play, “True North,” over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Jade Greens Golf Course – the nine-hole course that lies between Auburn and Black Diamond – closed last weekend.
The Bonney Lake City Council is ready to put the finishing touches on its 2017-2018 biennial budget. The council held its final public hearing on the budget on the Nov. 22 meeting.
Local branches of the Pierce County Library System will be cranking up the holiday spirit with a variety of programs.
One thing in the budget that will not be approved is the implementation of a stormwater utility. The move was favored by city administration but rejected by members of the Enumclaw City Council.
Officers were alerted to two males who stole some fountain soda on Nov. 8. Officers found one of the males sitting at a nearby picnic table. The male volunteered that he had a warrant out for his arrest.
Green River College was recently awarded an $85,773 grant from the Environmental Protective Agency to train students and create environmental outreach materials about the Soos Creek watershed.
When Enumclaw resident Ellie Schmidt received an invitation to compete in the National American Miss pageant, her mother Angie thought it would be a great way to boost her daughter’s self esteem. It was her first ever pageant, but Ellie placed well enough (second runner-up in Queens Court and first runner-up in Talent) to attend Nationals, which took place in Disneyland last weekend.
Independent and concurrent investigations have been completed regarding the police shooting of Marcos Perea, 41, that resulted in his death.
Concept plans for Lake Tapps, Downtown, Midtown and Eastown areas were presented to City Council Nov. 15.
When it comes to trash collection, the city of Buckley is transitioning toward a modern, automated system.
Budget season is a busy time for many cities, but the Black Diamond City Council is skirting right along the edge of some deadlines due to some scheduling conflicts that left the Nov. 17 meeting without a quorum.
The Bonney Lake DECA program is stepping up to put on it’s biggest event ever.
Cheryl Hanson, the executive director of the Black Diamond Community Center, had some bad news for the City Council.
The city of Buckley is close to adopting a 2017 budget that appears healthy, primarily due to a rebounding economy that has revenues outpacing expenditures.
As part of each year’s municipal budget, the Enumclaw City Council provides financial relief for agencies that do good work for the community.
An Enumclaw man has been convicted for his role in the “Net Nanny” undercover operation that played out through the latter part of 2015.
East Pierce Fire and Rescue is once again reaching out to help kids in need.
Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office has charged Terry Wayne Shepard with one count of rape in the second degree.
Pierce County News for the week of November 11, 2016
Phil Fortunato winning in 31st District, Pam Poach trails Carolyn Edmond in Pierce County Council race
Updated Nov. 11 at 3:45 p.m. The first election results from the…
While looking at a vacant residence on Porter Street Oct. 22, someone noticed drug paraphernalia near the front porch. Police located two needles, which were disposed of properly, and confirmed that the residence was secure.
Editor’s note: This article has been updated with the correct address for…
Lake Tapps is expected to stay at approximately 541 to 542 feet through mid to late January.
Sumner and Bonney Lake residents should be prepared for sewer rate increases…
On Wednesday a jury found William Alvarez Calo, 30, guilty of first degree murder.
Police were told the afternoon of Oct. 24 of a suspicious person sitting in a vehicle at Wynalda Drive and Farrelly Street. When police attempted to make contact, the man fled on foot and could not be located.
A Griffin Avenue resident watched Oct. 26 as someone took a bicycle from a neighboring property. He notified police, who soon located the suspect and the stolen bike. The suspect was taken into custody and booked for theft.