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The next meeting is scheduled for March 18.
The resort will soon see some construction to reduce traffic congestion, improve parking, and add new dining areas.
STIs are becoming more prevalent, so make sure you brush up on what you think you know.
The March 27 event will feature a catered dinner, a dessert dash, silent auction, fashion show and live music.
At the moment, the city only regulates bed and breakfasts, not Airbnb-like establishments.
Last minute amendment exempted ICE detainment facility.
“Like” explores why we can be so hooked to our phones, and explains how that’s no accident.
The program would target those at or below 80 percent of the federal poverty level.
The lake should be full by mid-April.
Daffodil Princesses will be visiting the local library Saturday, March 7.
Despite high level of attention on COVID-19, your risk remains low | Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department
The flu is much more dangerous, as there have been 12 deaths in Pierce County due to the illness.
A local vet has spent six years trying to secure this opportunity.
Disturbance at the Senior Center, an egging, and stolen doors.
The event is Feb. 23 at 3 p.m. at the Calvary Presbyterian Church.
Christopher Morgan and Gordon Crosby received the top honor early last month.
Never take pills not prescribed to you.
Here’s a recap of how the Plateau fared during last week’s downpour.
Preliminary results for the February 2020 special election are in.
King County Office of Law Enforcement Oversight’s findings rattle Sheriff’s Office, police union.
Applications open in February for housing vouchers