Published: 03/19/13 21:46:36
Pregnant women and new mothers may qualify for a Medela Breast Pump with no out-of-pocket costs, thanks to a change in insurance coverage requirements as part of the Affordable Care Act.
Published: 03/19/13 21:46:18
Thursday, March 21 Gig Harbor BoatShop
Published: 03/12/13 21:47:12
Heart disease is our nation’s No. 1 killer, according to the American Heart Association. About every 25 seconds, an American will have a coronary event, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About one every minute will die from one.
Published: 03/12/13 16:18:12
Tom East is the director of the Center for Ministry Development, an organization founded in New England in 1978 that moved its office to Gig Harbor in 2009. The center works with Catholic parishes and dioceses around the country and abroad to develop resources, training and service-learning programs for youth and family ministries.
Published: 03/07/13 11:14:34
The annual Splash! Art at the Museum reception and auction, coming up March 16, is one of the Harbor History Museum’s biggest fundraising events of the year. In the event’s fourth year, organizers hope to boost the evening’s profile as a chance both to help the museum and to get up close and personal with acclaimed artists and their work.
Published: 03/06/13 09:39:34
Tom Taylor of Fox Island has been involved with the YMCA since 1972, back when he was a member and a volunteer at the former club in a brick building on Market Street in Tacoma, long before the Y made its way to Gig Harbor.
Published: 03/05/13 21:48:10
Many people 40 and older have been tough on their knees, hips and other joints all their lives through activities such as jogging, playing tennis or racquetball. In a quest to stay active and reduce pain, an ever-growing number of people are turning to joint-replacement surgery.
Published: 03/05/13 08:49:54
The Gig Harbor Historic Waterfront Association is nearing the end of a major rebranding project after it enlisted the services of the consulting firm Arnett Muldrow & Associates and heard suggestions from dozens of community stakeholders at a three-day workshop earlier this month.
Published: 02/26/13 15:40:33
The Underwater Music Festival may return to Gig Harbor this summer, if financing and permitting issues that have hampered it in the past can be resolved. Sean Hensley, the owner of Setlist Music Solutions and the festivals organizer, said money was the reason the UMF didnt take place last summer. The festival, held on rafts in the water off Cutts Island, faced inquiries about its permits from Pierce County in 2011, its third year.
Published: 02/20/13 12:14:23
The Key Center Pierce County Library has been back open since Feb. 4 following 10 weeks of closure for renovations, but the library officially celebrated its reopening on Saturday, with an open house to show off the new space.
- Irvin shorn, perhaps reborn after bad news
- Huge tornado hits Oklahoma City suburb, kills 51
- Man, 47, in critical condition after motorcycle crash near Frederickson
- Confirmed: Josh Portis arrested for DUI; RB Christine Michael Signs
- Police end search for Susan Powell, implicate brother
- 304 Secrecy ignited firestorms over Benghazi, IRS
- 139 Aide: Obama learned about IRS from news accounts
- 106 He set out to disprove a faith, woo a girl now he loves both
- 67 Narrows tolls to rise; more hikes possible as debt and lack of traffic may push maximum amount over $6 prediction
- 55 Tacoma program uses housing to promote good parenting, self-sufficiency