Tacoma - Hilltop/Central HEADLINES
More than two decades after a teenage gangster was felled by a bullet to the head popularly believed to be the first gang member killed in Tacoma the man suspected of pulling the trigger will answer for the death.
Clad in white marble, Tacoma’s newest medical edifice — the new Franciscan Medical Building at St. Joseph Medical Center — could easily be mistaken for a sleek corporate office.
Hilltop neighbors urged the Tacoma City Council at its meeting Tuesday to help prevent a rumored halfway house for sex offenders from moving into South Grant Street.
Temperatures are running high in the Hilltop as rumors of a new halfway house for sex offenders run rampant.
The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved selling Tacomas Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. branch library to a local medical company for $700,000 but not without some reservations.
The way Chanté Weston shares, you’d think she’d been born into good fortune. Her giving spirit has earned her Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound’s Youth of the Year honors, a $3,500 scholarship and the chance to advance to further rounds of competition. The award, like every other bit of goodness in Chanté’s life, was hard won.
It's late Friday afternoon and the urban neighborhood is just beginning to buzz.
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