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Four South Sound hospitals named 'Most Wired'

Hospitals & Health Networks' annual Most Wired Survey gave top marks to MultiCare Health System, Madigan Army Medical Center, Mason General Hospital and St. Elizabeth Hospital.

July 2015

40 Under Forty: A nurse and a business exec ‘caring’ for others

Two doctoral studies students are members of 2015 "40 Under Forty" class. Public health advocate and nurse Jamilia Sherls and experienced business security manager Judd Johnson each are making significant impacts on their community.

July 2015

Council to consider minimum wage proposal

According to the proposed ballot measure, which will be considered by the Tacoma City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday evening, the minimum wage would raise to $12 by Jan. 2018.

July 2015

Legislature passes transportation package

Today, the House of Representatives passed the 16-year, $16.2 billion statewide transportation package, which includes $1.85 billion for the Puget Sound Gateway and the completion of SR 167.

July 2015

A design to serve & solving homelessness

Today's honorees from "40 Under Forty" Class of 2015 are both passionate about serving their communities. One works daily to place homeless persons into permanent housing and the other uses her creative design talents on behalf of many nonprofit agencies.

July 2015

Two businesses extend stay at Port of Tacoma

The Port of Tacoma Commission authorized a pair of lease agreements that will ensure the stay of Eco Building Products and SAFE Boats International.

July 2015

‘Passionate for kids’ ... and community

A former nationally board-certified English teacher who remains passionate about the welfare of children and a fourth-generation insurance agent about to take the helm of a 119-year-old family agency are today's featured "40 Under Forty" honorees.

July 2015

Tacoma Link expansion open house next week

Next Wednesday, July 15, from 4:30 to 7 p.m., Sound Transit will hold an open house on the potential Tacoma Link expansion at the Tacoma Evergreen State College (1210 Sixth Avenue).

July 2015

UWT gets funding for one last building renovation

The 2015-2016 capital budget includes $16 million to fund the renovation of the Tacoma Paper and Stationery building.

July 2015

City council could look at keeping Click!

Tacoma Public Utilities Boardmember Bryan Flint presented an alternative option: having the city go all in and competing with local Internet service providers.

July 2015
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