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South King transport discussions next week

Local officials and community leaders from South King County will meet with the Washington State Transportation Commission on Tuesday, which will include discussions on transportation effects on the local economy.

July 2017

Transportation agencies receive gov't funds for projects

Transportation agencies around and near the South Sound are among beneficiaries to approximately $230 million in newly awarded state and federal grants.

July 2017

MultiCare to open new Indigo Urgent Care in Lake Stevens

MultiCare Health System is adding to its Indigo Urgent Care Clinic line with the opening of a new facility in Lake Stevens.

July 2017

AWB quick to criticize Legislature after budget talks crumble

With state lawmakers adjourning their third special session of 2017 without a vote on the two-year capital budget, business groups have voiced their frustration over the holdup.

July 2017

Pierce County investor honored by national group

McKenna investor Chris Kirsop, president of BetterInvesting’s Puget Sound chapter, has been recognized by the national nonprofit group with its Gretchen Hurt Leadership award.

July 2017

Work under way on new MultiCare/Franciscan psychiatric hospital

Demolition is under way at MultiCare Allenmore Hospital’s Building A to make way for the new behavioral health hospital partnership between Tacoma’s two leading health systems.

July 2017

SPSCC nursing program takes steps toward accreditation

The Nursing Program at South Puget Sound Community College has officially been granted initial candidacy status from the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation.

July 2017

Heritage adds new banking team in Portland

Heritage Bank is expanding its commercial banking operation in Portland, Ore.

July 2017

Census testing brings temp jobs to Pierce County

The next Census isn’t until 2020, but the U.S. Census Bureau is already preparing for it — and that means temporary jobs locally in the meantime.

July 2017

Congratulations to New Tacoma Awards winners

Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber has announced its New Tacoma Awards, which recognize businesses, organizations and individuals who make “outstanding contributions” to downtown Tacoma.

July 2017
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