Archive of: Lakewood

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Homes market moving to ‘balance’

Slightly larger inventory of homes for sale is prompting some frustrated shoppers to look back into the housing market, according to brokers familiar with July data.

August 2016

40: Teaching in school, on the water

A school teacher who adds public policy engagement to help students in her classroom and an environmental advocate who helps youth grow with connection to the sea are today's 40 Under Forty honorees.

August 2016

10,000 more Tacoma-Lakewood jobs now

Tacoma-Lakewood and the surrounding county marketplace gained more than 10,000 payroll jobs in the year ended June 2016, according to new data released today.

August 2016

More to get internet, for less

An expanded program from the federal government and Comcast will offer high-speed internet access to more low-income families in the South Sound and around the country.

July 2016
40 Under Forty for 2016 announced

40 Under Forty for 2016 announced

For the 14th year, 40 remarkable young achievers are be recognized by Business Examiner Media. Here are the members of Class of 2016 revealed for the first time.

July 2016

Another report on hot Pierce housing

Lots more buyers than sellers is the second quarter residential market, according to new data from a leading brokerage. And growing numbers of move-over buyers from King County are showing up.

July 2016

Western State Hospital announces assertive hiring plan

Citing a “chronic staffing shortage,” Western State Hospital in Lakewood has announced a plan to hire nearly 200 people by mid-November.

July 2016

Umpqua names future leader

A CEO succession plan for Umpqua Bank was announced today, with high profile Ray Davis stepping down at the end of 2016.

June 2016

Growth by the numbers

Yes, there are quite a few more residents in the Puget Sound region nowadays, and that's because there were 241,000 new jobs created in the five from 2010 to 2015.

June 2016

Chamber, EDB, Tacoma port go to court

Local economic boosters in Tacoma are challenging in court two proposed ballot measures that seek to require a public vote before major new users of public water supplies can be hooked up. The ideas are unconstitutional, the challengers argue.

June 2016
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