University Place HEADLINES
Curtis High School’s Navy JROTC teacher, Lt. Col. L. David Smith, recently was awarded the Navy JROTC Area 13 Citizenship Development Teacher of the Year Award for 2012-13.
Four years ago, the University Place City Council created a mechanism for collecting $20 on annual car tab renewals to pay for road maintenance, but it never authorized that the money be collected.
Law enforcement in Pierce County will be increasing DUI patrols through the holiday season.
A University Place teenager died after he lost control of the car he was driving in icy conditions just before 8 a.m. Sunday in Tacoma, the State Patrol said Monday.
Local developer and property owner Brian McGuire is steadfast the city must give him the high-density commercial zoning he wants, or hell mine his University Place land.
Defendant Kasey Curulla, 18, tells investigators he has "urges" he has trouble controlling.
A seemingly inconspicuous corner at Chambers Lane and Chambers Creek Road will get a visual upgrade later this month.
A Curtis High School student could face charges for allegedly trying to lure a younger boy into a nearby wooded area by offering him money, according to the Pierce County Sheriffs Department.
Whole Foods Market is coming to University Place Town Center with a projected opening date of March 2015, according to company representatives. It will be the national grocers first location in Pierce County and the first Whole Foods built between Seattle and Vancouver, Wash.
Microsoft's Software and Services Academy lets soldiers leaving the military spend four months learning new programs and guarantees them work once they finish.
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