Gig Harbor HEADLINES
The Gig Harbor Film Festival kicks off Thursday with its opening gala and a timely film for Washington state.
A Gig Harbor psychologist didn’t immediately fess up that a prostitute stole his laptop, which contained medical information about hundreds of state Department of Social and Health Services clients, an act that has led to his suspension, the state announced Monday.
A Gig Harbor psychologist didnt immediately fess up that a prostitute stole his laptop containing medical information about hundreds of Department of Social and Health Services clients, an act that has led to his suspension, the state announced today.
Gizmo the pug probably didnt know why she was at church Sunday, but with her tail furiously wagging, she sure was excited to be there.
Pierce Transit wants to continue running old-fashioned-looking trolley cars in Gig Harbor in future summers after a trial run that ended in late September proved popular and met the agency's ridership and revenue goals.
Fueled by money from outside the 26th District and out-of-state, the state legislative race between Jan Angel and Nathan Schlicher is on pace to set a record for spending. The winner, whoever it is, will bring a diverse background to the Senate. But their histories couldn't be much more different.
Laura Sorensen thought she was hunting pedophiles, starting a revolution and growing wings when she walked into the Peninsula Market in August 2012 and shot three people.
Voters in Gig Harbor and the Key Peninsula will decide on a $50 million school construction measure that supporters say is vital to relieve overcrowding in the growing 8,500-student Peninsula School District.
A Gig Harbor man believed to be the state’s leading downloader of child pornography said he’s struggled with the addiction for years and is grateful he doesn’t have to hide it anymore, according to court records.
Peninsula School District will host community forum meetings where Superintendent Chuck Cuzzetto will present information about next month’s capital projects levy.
Jayce Randall taught his 9-year-old nephew Donovan Best how to play baseball and badminton, but he drove drunk one night in March and killed the boy.
A Gig Harbor man believed to be the states leading downloader of child pornography told investigators hes struggled with the addiction for years and is grateful not to hide it anymore, according to court records.
Kids have probably been bullying each other since prehistoric days. But cave children didn’t have text messaging, social media and the World Wide Web to harass each other. Those technologies have added new dimensions — and dangers — to growing up in the 21st century.
A Gig Harbor man accused of being the states leading downloader of child pornography was arrested this morning, according to the Washington State Patrol.
The weather has lost its authority over vendors and customers as the Gig Harbor Farmers Market prepares to open an indoor location from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturdays. The market will open this weekend at the former Peninsula Gardens building, 5503 Wollochet Drive NW.
Janice Bryants day starts earlier than most peoples she wakes up at 4 a.m., fixes a cup of tea and then its off to the shed where Kaukiki Farms all-terrain vehicle is kept.
A 71-year-old woman has been charged with vehicular homicide in connection with a May 25 crash near Gig Harbor that killed a motorcyclist.
Weather won’t be a factor for vendors as the Gig Harbor Farmers’ Market prepares to open an indoor location from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays. The market will open Oct. 5 at the former Peninsula Gardens building, 5503 Wollochet Drive.
A man fell off the Tacoma Narrows Bridge on Friday, Washington State Patrol Trooper Guy Gill said.
Some of state Senate candidate Jan Angels biggest campaign contributors recently received a letter from a local Republican offering them a way for you to give more than the state maximum donation.
The Washington State Patrol is looking for witnesses to a hit-and-run collision that hurt a man Tuesday night in Gig Harbor
A dilapidated ferry dock on the north side of Fox Island dating back to Puget Sound’s historic Mosquito Fleet is being removed as part of a state cleanup.
Ammar Mannaa spent more than 20 years steadily building business at Mediterranean Palace, his tiny restaurant stand in Freighthouse Square near the Tacoma Dome. In less than a year, hes expanded his business not once, but twice. His latest venture, Gig Harbors Ikonos, is an acquisition, rather than a build-from-scratch restaurant like Ammars Mediterranean Grill, which he opened in December near the Dome.
The cross town rivalry between the Gig Harbor Tides and the Peninsula High school Seahawks brought thousands of fans to Roy Anderson Field Friday night for the annual football game.
Jayce Randall faces more than six years in prison when he's sentenced next month for vehicular homicide.
Citizens crammed City Hall during the first Gig Harbor City Council meeting since July, a result of controversy over proposed zoning changes in the downtown business and waterfront commercial districts.
From sailboat masts to historic net sheds, the picturesque setting of Gig Harbor’s waterfront is paramount to the vitality of downtown. But if the City Council approves new height regulations Monday, many residents are worried that setting could be diminished.
One month after graduating from Peninsula High School, 18-year-old Megan Blunk made a spur-of-the-moment decision and hopped on the back of a motorcycle driven by “my best friend’s boyfriend’s friend.”
Peninsula Light Co. believes a power outage affecting 24,000 residences in the Key Peninsula and Gig Harbor areas Thursday night may have been caused by lightening hitting a transmission light, spokesman Jonathan White said.
Drunken driving arrests in Pierce County were down from last year over the Labor Day weekend, according to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission.
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