GW: News HEADLINES
State Rep. Jan Angel did not hide her disdain Thursday morning for the fact the state Legislature had just started its second special session the day before in an ongoing attempt to produce an operating budget.
Deputy Pierce County prosecutor Bryce Nelson was appointed Thursday afternoon to Position No. 5 on the Board of Fire Commissioners of Pierce County Fire District 5.
For the first time, electric vehicles will have a place to charge in Gig Harbor. The installation of four ChargePoint Network stations at the Uptown Gig Harbor Shopping Center last week marked an important step in the spread of electric cars around the Puget Sound, Charge Northwest CEO Jim Blaisdell said.
Roadhouse on the Hill in Key Center, 9016 154th Ave. Court KPN, will host a spaghetti feed benefit dinner at 5 p.m. June 29 for one of the restaurant’s waitresses.
Pacific Coast General, LLC, will work on Hunt Street Northwest between Skansie Avenue and 51st Avenue Northwest for construction of a sanitary sewer main and a storm sewer main.
The second of five planned study sessions regarding the Tacoma Narrows Airport master plan update was held Thursday at Cottesmore of Life Care in Gig Harbor.
Drivers in certain parts of Gig Harbor can be forgiven for being a little frustrated at times, given the road closures and detours necessitated by the city's Donkey Creek project.
John Chadwell, Harbor Hill's general manager who has worked on the development for almost 20 years, said it's been a "watershed" year for the planned community in Gig Harbor North off Borgen Boulevard.
The Gig Harbor BoatShop will introduce educational and corporate team-building programs aboard the longboat “Porpoise” this summer.
The Rush Companies’ home building division, Rush Residential, has announced the development of Bellesara, a 10-acre residential community just west of the Wollochet Drive exit in Gig Harbor.
Gig Harbor firefighters responded to a house fire in the 7200 block of 54th Avenue Northwest about 6 p.m. Thursday.
The Lakebay Marina, quiet for decades, was uproariously welcomed to its rebirth as a resort last month.
Daniel Smoots of Gig Harbor has been named to the Seaver College Dean’s List for the spring 2013 semester.
Kelli Johnson of Gig Harbor has earned a bachelor of science degree in biological sciences from the University of Northorn Colorado honors program.
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