Last year's all-class Gig Harbor Union High School reunion turned out to be the final one.
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Hundreds of craft beer fans enjoyed warm weather and selections from 18 Northwest breweries on Saturday as the Uptown Gig Harbor Shopping Center welcomed a crowd for the second annual Gig Harbor Beer Festival.
The Gig Harbor community has again stepped forward to help Jordyn Coleman-Valona, who suffers from rare disease. Many people gathered for a Mother's Day 5K Trail Race on Saturday for Jordyn's Journey at Sehmel Homestead Park.
The Gig Harbor City Council held a public hearing and first reading Monday night of an interim ordinance that related to the adoption of land use and zoning regulations to allow food trucks within city limits on a one-year temporary basis.
Gig Harbor Fire Department crews rushed to the scene of a fully involved house fire May 7 in the 1700 block of Firgrove Place NW.
Adrizzly day did not dampen the spirits of some 60 Discovery Elementary School kindergartners, who spent a whole day at the Gentle Giant Meadows Ranch on the Key Peninsula a few weeks ago.
The annual Chocolate Sunday auction to benefit community outreach programs at McColley Hall at Key Peninsula Lutheran Church will be held at noon June 2. A light lunch will be served during the live and silent auction.
A walk in support of the Food Backpacks 4 Kids program will be held Saturday at Sehmel Homestead Park, 10123 78th Ave. NW. Registration will start at 9 a.m., and the walk will begin at 10 a.m.
A free presentation called “The Power of Plants and Portions” will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Agnus Dei Lutheran Church, 10511 Peacock Hill Ave. NW in Gig Harbor.
Incumbent Peninsula Light Co. board members Jeff Bucholz, Spence Nordfors and Signo Uddenberg were each re-elected to serve three-year terms. The results were certified during company’s annual meeting on May 6.
The Gig Harbor City Council on Monday night held a public hearing and first reading of an interim ordinance relating to the adoption of land use and zoning regulations to allow food trucks within city limits on a one-year temporary basis.
Troy Jackson-Lizardo was originally planning to run his first marathon later this year in commemoration of some positive changes he's made in his life. That will still be the impetus for his participation in next month's Seattle Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, but it turns out the Gig Harbor man will be running for something much more important: helping to raise money for a sick relative.
A little more than a week prior to an upcoming no-confidence vote by Pierce Transit's union for drivers, mechanics and other workers, agency CEO Lynne Griffith addressed the Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce-sponsored Public Affairs Forum on Thursday.
Tacoma attorney Casey Arbenz has announced his candidacy for the No. 3 Position on the Gig Harbor City Council currently held by Derek Young. Young, who is serving his fourth term on the council since he was first elected in 1997 at age 21, has said he does not plan to seek re-election.
Longtime Gig Harbor City Council member Steve Ekberg will look to keep his seat on the seven-member body as he plans to run for re-election this fall.
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