Tacoma - Downtown/Foss HEADLINES
With more than 2,000 separate pieces of art that fascinate tourists and residents alike, the Chihuly Bridge of Glass in downtown Tacoma needs maintenance that doesn’t come cheap.
The Foss Waterway Seaport and Theas Park were bustling with pirates and port-enthusiasts Saturday and Sunday for the 20th annual Maritime Fest.
Scott Jablon worked as a lawyer, so he often saw people at their worst. Yet he maintained a faith in humanity that friends and family said was inspirational.
A long-delayed hotel planned for the west side of downtown Tacomas Thea Foss Waterway is moving rapidly toward groundbreaking, the hotels architect said Monday.
The City of Tacoma is hosting an open house Wednesday, July 11, about the Stadium Way construction project.
Hell’s Kitchen, a hard-rocking Tacoma nightclub that has hosted a mix of local and national acts for a decade, is closing Saturday.
The Childrens Museum of Tacoma plans to offer its first preschool classes this fall.
One of Tacoma’s successful examples of historic renovation is now controlled by a Seattle investment group that slipped the property right out of a nasty business dispute.
The tiny downtown park at Pacific Avenue and South 21st Street was little noticed by its owner before it spent four months as a campsite for the local Occupy Wall Street offshoot.
People at the Occupy Tacoma encampment continued packing up Sunday per its eviction notice, but authorities did not arrive to shoo them off the property.
A half-million-dollar grant has launched the City of Tacoma toward pre-approving up to 30 million square feet of new development in south downtown.
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