Archive of: Tacoma

Title Issue

South Sound’ Super Lawyers’ named

The annual list of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars is out today from a legal-focused magazine. It includes 127 private practice attorneys in Tacoma, three in Gig Harbor, one in Puyallup.

June 2014

Tacoma truck testing touted

City of Tacoma is citing a successful three-month pilot program to help increase commercial vehicle safety. It inspected more than 80 vehicles and found a total of 33 violations, though 70 vehicles did pass.

June 2014

T-C-C in the labor ‘spotlight’

An on-going labor union negotiation between Tacoma Community College and unionized exempt staff members is the headline article in a labor-published online blog today.

June 2014

Local chiropractor’s license suspended

A Pierce County chiropractor’s license has been immediately suspended by state health officials after alleged sexual misconduct with a patient. Dale Clark has 20 days to respond to the charges and request a hearing.

June 2014

DASH Center readies for final show

DASH Center for the Arts has announces that the upcoming year-ed recital will mark the close of an 11-year effort to bring arts education and participation to youth living in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood.

June 2014

TRCVB bringing planners to Tacoma

Thirteen business planners from major national companies will soon be coming to Tacoma, thanks to an invitation from the Tacoma Regional Convention + Visitor Bureau.

June 2014

June 13 is DTE Tacoma opening date

Contemporary clothing and jewelry brand Do The Extraordinary has announced June 13 as the official grand opening of its new storefront location in downtown Tacoma.

June 2014

Tacoma's Gilchrist named WSADA president

Gary Gilchrist of Gilchrist Auto Center in Tacoma has been named 2014-15 president of the Washington State Auto Dealers Association.

June 2014

Tacoma to have one of first new Alfa Romeo dealers

FIAT of Tacoma has been named one of the initial 86 dealers to be awarded Alfa Romeo franchises in the United States in Canada.

June 2014

Guilty on $1.8 million in tax refunds

Seeney Ristick, 33, of Tacoma, faces up to five years in prison after his guilty plea today in a scheme to file fraudulent personal income tax returns in his own name and the names of others, including relatives and friends.

June 2014
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