It’s Staff Appreciation Month at Peoples Retirement Community!

It’s a well known fact that the staff at Peoples Retirement Community is the best in Washington, and all this month we’re going to celebrate that fact with special days and event to recognize their exceptional dedication and all the hard work they perform for the residents of our community. 374 more words

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Why Walk Tacoma?

“Cities are an immense laboratory of trial and error, failure and success, in city building and city design.”  Jane Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities… 356 more words


Campus Style

This past week, the sun was shining and spirits were high! To celebrate this change in weather, I tracked down Loggers who like to keep it fresh with their style. 63 more words


Marijuana Store Defying Pierce County Ban

PARKLAND, Wash. (AP) — A co-owner of a recreational marijuana store says it will open Saturday in Parkland despite a Pierce County ban on marijuana businesses. 123 more words


The Latest Building Project on the Foss Waterway


In 2008, Thea’s Landing was completed along the Foss Waterway in downtown Tacoma. The structure offers 188 apartments, 47 condo homes and 431 parking spaces. Thea’s Landing has close to 19,000 in commercial space and 343,600 square feet in total. 109 more words


Tacoma Reaps the Rewards of Community Gardening

Gated plots of green and well-tended boxes full of soil sidelining Pierce County’s city streets have been cropping up all over the place. Where you least expect to see them, South Sound residents and visitors are seeing the fruits of much labor ripen in community gardening spaces from Bonney Lake to Vashon Island. 1,323 more words


WA - Mentally disabled Gig Harbor-area teenager missing | Crime | The News Tribune

A mentally disabled Gig Harbor-area teenager is missing, the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday.

Tony James Lique, 18, went missing 2 p.m. Wednesday, last seen on Pierce Transit bus 100 headed from Purdy to Tacoma, possibly on his way to the Tacoma Dome.