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10 accused of local bank frauds

Seven banks and credit unions in the South Sound were hit for almost $1 million in fraudulent withdrawals, and 10 defendants were accused in federal court this week with committing those crimes.

February 2015

Tacoma City Council votes to begin Point Ruston annexation

In a 7-2 vote on Tuesday, the Tacoma City Council signaled that it is ready to talk about annexing Point Ruston so that the development can move forward.

February 2015

Tacoma mayor vows to fix city streets

At the 2015 State of the City Address on Feb. 25, Mayor Marilyn Strickland said she would put forward a ballot measure that would spend $50 million per year for ten years, for a total of $500 million.

February 2015

Pierce County residents die 6 years earlier

A community effort to improve health care conditions in Pierce County heard that, statistically, residents of King County will live six years longer than those who live just South of them.

February 2015

ILWU, PMA reach tentative agreement

After nine months of negotiations, the Pacific Maritime Association and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union finally announced a tentative labor agreement over the weekend.

February 2015

Sound Physicians signs lease for Umpqua Bank Building

Sound Physicians has signed an 11-year lease with the Umpqua Bank Building in the Central Business District in downtown Tacoma.

February 2015

Construction to start on New Tacoma Senior Apartments

Next week, Mercy Housing Northwest will be starting construction on phase two of its affordable housing community, New Tacoma Senior Apartments.

February 2015

Pierce County businesses recognized for storm water management

When it comes to storm water management, 14 Pierce County businesses and homeowner associations have stepped up to the plate.

February 2015

California taco chain to open three Tacoma locations

California-based Chronic Tacos has signed a multi-unit franchise agreement for three Tacoma area restaurants, with the opportunity for 12 additional locations in the state.

February 2015

Container volumes continue to fall at ports

The ports of Tacoma and Seattle continued to see container volumes fall in January, according to the latest monthly report.

February 2015
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